Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Filial Confidence of St. Therese

┬áSt. Therese wrote to one of the missionary priests one day that, “Since it has been given to me too, to understand the love of the Heart of Jesus, I own that it has chased all fear from mine! The … Continue reading

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‘Little Therese’ Becomes St. Therese of Lisieux

‘Little Therese’ officially became St. Therese of Lisieux 87 years ago today on May 17, 1925. Pope Pius XI canonized Therese that day in front of 50,000 people in St. Peter’s Basilica with another half million people standing outside in … Continue reading

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The Ravishing Smile

Sorry that I have not written for the past week. I have been quite busy with a writing project that has been very jealous of my time. Well, I’m back now so let us continue learning about Therese. May 13th … Continue reading

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The First Kiss of Jesus

This is the time of the year when many Catholic children make their First Communion. Children now typically make their First Communion at around age 7 or 8, but in France in the latter half of the Nineteenth Century when … Continue reading

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We Have A Winner!

Thank you to everyone who participated in St. Therese Quiz #1 this past weekend. The correct response to the question was SNOW and the first correct response came from someone in Eagleville, PA. The book “St. Benedict and St. Therese … Continue reading

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St. Therese Quiz #1

Hello, Everyone! Well, I wanted to try something new today. Today will be Quiz #1 on St. Therese and the first respondent with the correct answer will win a book on St. Therese with a value of around $10.00. Please … Continue reading

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That Horticulturist is an Impostor!

Can you believe that it’s May already? Spring is in full swing here in Eastern PA and the flowers are blooming everywhere. I’m sure that most of you who have even a casual knowledge of St. Therese realize how much … Continue reading

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