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Reflections on St. Therese

Written by Fr. John Russell, O. Carm. and originally posted on http://www.littleflower.org/therese/reflections/a-woman-born-to-love/

A Woman Born to Love

In 1997 Carmelites and many others marked the centenary of the death of St. 528 more words

Little Flower

Excerpt: Introduction to The Smallest Spark

This work covers the life of Marie-Françoise- Thérèse Martin (a.k.a. Saint Thérèse of Lisieux or the Little Flower) from her teenaged years until her death at age twenty-four from tuberculosis, with some aftermath. 782 more words

Little Flower

Way of Love

What a comfort it is, this way of love! You may stumble on it, you may fail to correspond with grace given, but always love knows how to make the best of everything.
– St Therese of Lisieux

Heaven in England (Paris) - Part 6


Tricia and I left very early for Paris, France. It was on Monday, May 16th and we departed her home about 6:00 am and returned that night around midnight. 865 more words

Shrine of Saint Therese of Lisieux

“Love proves itself by deeds, so how am I to show my love? Great deeds are forbidden me. The
only way I can prove my love is by scattering flowers, and these flowers are every little sacrifice, … 43 more words

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Through French Eyes: The Counterrevolution

Through French Eyes: The Counterrevolution

This section will lay out what we propose will be very effective tactics for aiding the restoration of the Catholic Church, which is the Kingdom of God on earth, and for doing our small part in saving her from the hellish forces of Protestantism, Eastern New Age Paganism, and the mother of all anti-Church Satanic influences, Freemasonry, the latter of which seeks a blasphemous one world religion where all churches are seen simply as a melting pot of spirituality energizing the building of a utopian, anti-God, secular humanist, earthly City of Man and which, collectively, adores Man himself through his “self-actualization,” “self-awareness,” and, essentially, his “divine-self.” The tactics here are intended as specific antidotes to these anti-Church forces that spiritually poison the Church and are related to RoyaumeFrance’s three primary programs supporting our Mission and Vision, namely: 2,037 more words

Maid Of Orleans