Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Summary of "Story of a Soul" by St. Thérèse of Lisieux

On October 3rd in the Traditional Catholic Calendar, we celebrate the Feast of St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus.  Also known as the Saint of the Little Flower as well as the greatest saint of modern times, St. Thérèse of Lisieux died at a young age in a monastery but lived her short life with great love. She was born on January 2, 1873, to a watchmaker and a lace maker. Her mother, the lacemaker, died when Thérèse was only 4 years old. Both of her parents have been declared Venerable by the Church.

St. Thérèse became a Carmelite nun at age 15. She described her simple path to sanctification and spirituality as "The Little Way". At 7pm on Thursday, September 30, 1897, St. Thérèse died of tuberculosis.

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Considered to be one of the most widely read writings of a saint, "A Story of a Soul" is an essential Catholic book that should be understood by all Catholics!

She is the patron saint of France, missionaries, florists, and the concerns of children to name a few. She has been called the greatest saint of modern times. There are nearly a countless number of people claiming her intercession in their lives including Mother Angelica, founder of EWTN. Countless numbers of miracles have been attributed to her. After all, Thérèse said that she wished to spend her entire time in Heaven by doing good on earth.

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Image of the Incorruptible Body of St. Thérèse of Lisieux

Prayer for Her Intercession:

Dear Little Flower of Lisieux, how wonderful was the short life you led. Though cloistered, you went far and wide through fervent prayers and great sufferings. You obtained from God untold helps and graces for his evangelists. Help all missionaries in their work and teach all of us to spread Christianity in our own neighborhoods and family circles. Amen.

O Little Flower of Jesus, ever consoling troubled souls with heavenly graces, in your unfailing intercession I place my trust. From the Heart of Our Blessed Savior petition these blessing of which I stand in greatest need (mention here). Shower upon me your promised roses of virtue and grace, dear Saint Therese, so that swiftly advancing in sanctity and in perfect love of neighbor, I may someday receive the crown of eternal life. Amen.

O Lord, Who has said: Unless you become as little children you shall not enter into the Kingdom of heaven: grant unto us, we beseech Thee, so to follow in humility and simplicity of heart the footsteps of Saint Teresa, the Virgin, that we may obtain everlasting rewards: Who livest and reignest.


del_button December 8, 2012 at 4:35 PM
Anonymous said...

Oh Holy child of Christ, please be with me, in all I am having to do. Please help me to be like you, and follow Christ. Please let be my teacher on what is expected of me, in this life, and the next. Help me to be more like a little child. Help me to be simple.I ask this in Jesus' name. AMEN

del_button January 4, 2018 at 8:06 PM
Otto said...

She is NOT incorrupt. That is a wax figure. At her exhumation nothing was found except crumbling bones.

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