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St. Therese of Lisieux, doctor of the Church, simple French girl that died at 24

Saint Theresa of The Little Flower (St Therese lisieux) This is the saint whose childhood inspired me and I wanted to grow up and become just like her.

Thérèse Martin (5 ans) qui deviendra sainte Thérèse de l'Enfant Jésus et de la Sainte Face, mieux connue comme Ste. Thérèse de Lisieux

Saint Therese of Lisieux

Sister Marie Celine | ... THEIR LIVES; L-R IN EACH LINE IS: MARIE, PAULINE, LEONIE, AND CELINE

Celine, Therese's closest sister who also entered Carmel. She was courted by a young man, but Therese prayed she would reject his advances

These are St. Therese's blood sisters:  three were Carmelites with her in the Lisieux Carmel and one was a Visitation nun in Caen. Above:  top left to bottom right:  Marie (Sr. Marie), Pauline (Mot...

St. Therese and Her Sisters

Saint Thérèse's sisters - Marie (Sr Marie of the Sacred Heart), Pauline (Mother Agnes of Jesus), Leonie (Sr Francoise-Therese of Visitation Sisters), Celine (Sr Genevieve of the Holy Face)

St. Therese, the Little Flower teaches us much about small acts of kindness.

The Story of a Soul (Illustrated): St Therese of Lisieuxbr /The Story of a Soul: The br /Autobiography of St Therese of Lisieuxbr /With Additional Writings and Sayings of St Theresebr /Plus many illustrations

Santa Zélia Martin

Zelie at age in after the deaths of her two baby sons. She was originally photographed alone; an image of Marie-Joseph-Louis Martin - was added to this photograph later.

Pauline Martin, later mother Agnes of Jesus. She was Therese's second "mother," the first of the sisters to enter Carmel. Notice the resemblance to St. Therese.

A Family Album (Pauline Martin, later mother Agnes of Jesus. She was Therese's second "mother," the first of the sisters to enter Carmel.

It is questionable as to why the fingers on her shoulder were left in this picture, but there appears to be many corrupted versions of this picture being circulated by very unscrupulous/devious minded persons. But it is a reminder of the hateful world the earth has become, and that Jesus Christ is humankinds only hope for salvation! No one can approach the Father in heaven, but through Him! [John 6:44,65]

St. Faustina’s Prayer for the Present Moment

The novice St. Therese, about age 16. Tall, blond, and quite hardy.

33 Days With St. Therese of the Child Jesus: Day November Excerpts from the book “I believe in love” by Father Jean C.

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