The little way of St Thérèse of Lisieux – In her own words

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Booklet on St Thérèse of Lisieux. With colour pictures.
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    In 1897, hardly twenty-four year old, Thérèse Martin died of tuberculosis in her Normandy convent. From a large family, her mother died of breast cancer when Thérèse was only four. Her father, a master watchmaker, died after years in mental hospital. These writings show how it is that this young French Carmelite, in such a short life, has inspired millions. In 1995, the Church proclaimed her a Doctor of the Church – the only woman apart from St Catherine of Siena and Teresa of Avila. 

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