Item description for My Sister Saint Therese by Genevieve Of Holy...
Overview A little classic that is like a sequel to Story of a Soul! Hundreds of brief conversations and anecdotes of St. Therese, plus her teachings, hidden virtues, amusing remarks and beautiful death - recorded by her sister Celine. Shows the "Little Way" in practice in daily life. A wonderful book of spiritual encouragement - providentially written!
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Studio: TAN Books and Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 4.38" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.47 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1997
Publisher Tan Books & Publishers
ISBN 0895555980 ISBN13 9780895555984
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More About Genevieve Of Holy
Celine Martin, also known as Sister Genevieve of the Holy Face, was born in 1869 at France as the seventh daughter of the Martin family. The sister of St. Therese of Lisieux, Celine made known her own call to the religious life just two months after her hand was sought in marriage. Father Pichon, her spiritual director, afterwards authorized her desire for a vow of virginity, and she became a Carmelite nun in 1894. She was instrumental in spreading her sister's message by various means, but also found time to write two books of her own: The Mother of the Little Flower and The Father of the Little Flower. Four years after celebrating her Diamond Jubilee, Sister Celine Martin died on February 25, 1959.
Reviews - What do customers think about My Sister St. Therese?
Valuable for its eyewitness testimony of Therese Sep 17, 1999
This 1957 translation of Sister Genevieve's memories of St. Therese by the Carmelite sisters of New York is valuable for what the older sister saw and heard of Therese. The tone is pious -- Therese is generally referred to as "the Saint"--a nd a fresh translation would be most valuable. Lovers of Therese will be very happy to learn more about her. If you are not already a lover, start with another book. Be on guard that you are reading Celine's interpretation, which is valid as an interpretation by the "sweet echo of her soul."
Great insight into this Doctor of the Church Dec 28, 1998
This book is an absolute "must read" for anyone interested in the spirituality of St. Therese. With the exceptions of "Story of a Soul" and the other writings of the Saint herself (the volumes of letters, poems, and prayers), this book offers the deepest insight into who Therese was and how she lived every moment of her life in complete love with her Lord. Highly recommended.