Item description for Thoughts of St. Therese: The Little Flower of Jesus Carmelite of the Monastery of Lisieux, 1873-1897 by St Therese of Lisieux & Therese of Lisieux...
Overview Includes Faith, Humility, Obedience, Holy Communion, Love of God, Love of Our Neighbor, Prayer, Suffering and much more. Shows her greatness of soul and that she was no Saint by accident. Beautiful and surprising! A book cherished by many.
Publishers Description 328 brief quotations from The Story of a Soul, Counsels and Reminiscences, and her letters, arranged under 20 different topics. Shows her greatness of soul and that she was no Saint by accident. Beautiful and surprising A book cherished by many. Impr. 192 pgs, PB
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Studio: Saint Benedict Press W/Tan Books and Publishe
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.99" Width: 4" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1992
Publisher Tan Books & Publishers
ISBN 0895553449 ISBN13 9780895553447
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More About St Therese of Lisieux & Therese of Lisieux
St. Therese of Lisieux, also known as "Therese of the Child Jesus" and "The Little Flower," was the last of nine children born to Louis and Zelie Martin, at France in 1873. She was often anxious and depressed in childhood, as she suffered the early death of her mother. After she converted interiorly and began to read Thomas a Kempis' "The Imitation of Christ," she joined 2 of her sisters in a discalced Carmelite convent as a nun at just 15 years old. After her oldest sister was elected prioress, Therese became a permanent novice to allay suspicions that her family was dominating the small community. She lived humbly, concealing her intense prayer life and countless sacrifices Therese is the author of her own popular autobiography entitled "The Story of a Soul," which she began writing in 1895, and she instituted a simple path to holiness now widely known as the "Little Way." She died of tuberculosis on September 30, 1897, at the age of 24 and was canonized only 28 years later, in 1925, by Pope Pius XI. She was later installed as the thirty-third Doctor of the Church by Pope John Paul II in 1997.
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Thoughts of St. Therese: The Little Flower of Jesus Carmelite of the Monastery of Lisieux, 1873-1897 Aug 5, 2005
If you are looking for inspiration in your daily life this book will deliver. St. Therese inspires within the reader the ability to tackle life's daily mishaps with grace and great reverence for our Lord Jesus Christ. It is through this book the reader will learn how to live the way St. Therese did through small acts of love and kindness that go unnoticed by man but not by God.
The Little flowers of Jesus..., by St. Therese of Lieseux Feb 16, 1999
Consiglio vivamente a tutti di leggere l'autobiografia di Santa Teresina, scritta per obbedienza, in cui si trova la picola via della perfezione.