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St. Therese~ The Little Flower

Even when alone be cheerful remembering always that you are always in sight of Angels. Therese of Lisieux

Rose Petal Coconut Cake -- For feast of St. Therese

Catholic Cuisine: Rose Cake and Punch for St. Therese

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St. Therese of Lisieux strewing rose petals in the path of the Blessed Sacrament in a eucharistic procession.....beautiful!

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Rose Petals from Heaven: Ode to the Saints

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"We must not be discouraged by our faults, for children fall frequently."~St. Therese (Photo taken three months before her death)

Saint Therese of Lisieux (right) and her sister Celine in 1881.

Photo 02 Saint Therese of Lisieux

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Jésus, mon seul Amour, au pied de ton Calvaire Que j'aime chaque soir à te jeter des fleurs En effeuillant pour toi la rose printanière Je voudrais essuyer tes pleurs Jeter des fleurs, c'est t'offrir en prémices Les plus légers soupirs, les plus grandes douleurs

St. Therese painted this for her sister Celine in 1892.

Blessed Thérèse of the Child Jesus in meditation in the monastery garden.

Saint Therese of Lisieux, starring in her play of Joan of Arc, January 21, 1895. Photo taken by her sister Celine (Sr. Genevieve).

St. Peter's List: 5 Quotes from St. Thérèse of Lisieux’s “The Story of a Soul”

The novices and their superiors. St. Therese is second from the left. In thew indow are mother Marie de Gonzague and Mother Agnes (Pauline Martin). Sr. Genevieve (Celine) is on the far right. 1895. Visit my board for more pictures of St. Therese and her family.

The statue of the Blessed Mother that smiled at St. Therese of Lisieux when she was sick. It is in the Buisonnet, her family home in Lisieux.

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PRAYER TO THE HOLY FACE BY SAINT THERESE DE LISIEUX: Jesus, Who in Thy bitter Passion, didst become the reproach of men and the Man of Sorrows, I venerate Thy Holy Face on which shone the beauty and gentleness of Divinity. In those disfigured features, I recognize Thine infinite Love, and I long to love Thee, and make Thee loved. May I behold Thy Glorious Face in Heaven. Amen.

SO powerful......Let us not waste our time! Let us save souls! Souls are falling into hell innumerable as the flakes of snow on a winter day. Jesus weeps! Instead of consoling Him we are brooding over our own sorrows.....St. Therese