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Overview Therese of Lisieux, who lived and died in anonymity, is one of the best known and beloved saints of our age. Her spiritual autobiography, Story of a Soul, translated into nearly sixty languages, has nourished countless people with a message that is accessible to everyone. St. Pius X called her "the greatest saint of modern times" and Pope John Paul II declared her a Doctor of the Universal Church. Therese taught that sanctity is within everyone's grasp. However, her happiness was not devoid of pain and conflict. Precisely in this fact does her life mirror our own. She can teach us how to find God in the mundane events of daily life.
Publishers Description Therese of Lisieux, who lived and died in anonymity, is one of the best known and beloved saints of our age. Her spiritual autobiography, Story of a Soul, translated into nearly sixty languages, has nourished countless people with a message that is accessible to everyone. St. Pius X called her the greatest saint of modern times and Pope John Paul II named her co-patroness of France and the missions and declared her a Doctor of the Universal Church.Therese taught that sanctity is within everyones grasp. However, her happiness was not devoid of pain and conflict. Precisely in this fact does her life mirror our own. She can teach us how to find God in the mundane events of daily life.
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Studio: New City Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.68" Width: 4.8" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Oct 10, 2006
Publisher NEW CITY PRESS
Series 99 Words To Live By
ISBN 156548245X ISBN13 9781565482456
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More About Marc Foley
A Carmelite priest currently living in Chicago, Fr. Foley is the author of The Love that Keeps Us Sane Living the Little Way of Therese of Lisieux.
Marc Foley currently resides in the state of Illinois. Marc Foley was born in 1949.
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Beloved Saint Lived in Anonymity Nov 3, 2006
This latest entry in the "99 Words to Live By" series is, like its predecessors, filled with inspiring words for daily reflection. The value-added colorful cover and ribbon marker make this an ideal gift. Introducing the quotations, Editor Marc Foley, O.C.D., presents a brief biography of Thérèse, who was born in 1873, lived and died in obscurity, yet "is one of the most well-known and beloved saints of our age." She approached God in the manner of an innocent child, prized simplicity, and considered love a choice rather than a feeling. Those who follow her path will be heartened by her struggles to become more attentive in prayer and overcome aggravations arising from community life.
She admitted, with shame, that she had such meager success at meditating on the mysteries of the rosary she became desolate. However, she recovered somewhat with the realization that "the Queen of heaven, since she is my Mother, must see my good will and she is satisfied with it." Thérèse tried to extend the same kind of patience she attributed to Mary to the other sisters. "A sister who is suffering from migraine or is troubled internally," she said, "does more when she does half of what is required of her than another who does it all but is sound in mind and body." Two other favorite quotations Foley offers to help us deal with our shortcomings: "Charity consists in bearing with those who are unbearable" and "... God allows some souls to remain imperfect because it would be to their spiritual detriment to believe they are virtuous."