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Celine Martin (back left) took this photo on November 20, 1894. The others are Mother Agnes (Pauline), Mother Marie de Gonzague, Sr. Marie of the Sacred Heart (Marie), and St. Therese. See my St. Therese board for more.

Saint Therese-de-Lisieux with her biological sisters who all became nuns - 2 were Carmelites with her, and the eldest became Mother Superior.

St. Therese of Lisieux

Happy Memorial of St Thérèse of the Child Jesus – October 1 Although she was only fifteen, Theresa did not expect to be babied. “Obedience, prayer and sacrifice” were her program. She had a thirst to suffer for love of God. May Jesus make me a martyr.

Saint Therese

“I understand now that charity consists in bearing with the faults of others, in not being surprised at their weakness, in being edified by the smallest acts of virtue we see them practice.”– Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

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Saint Therese, on her First Communion Day, visiting her Pauline, on her clothing on Carmel.

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Today is the Feast of St. Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face

in the traditional calendar. I have a great devotion to St. Therese, I pray I could have her virtue and willing acceptance of suffering. I love you, LIttle Flower.

Louis & Zelie Martin (padres de Santa Teresita del Niño Jesús), canonizados el 18 de octubre de 2015, por el Papa Francisco.

Pope Francis plans to Canonize the Parents of St. Therese - Zelie and Louis Martin - Pope Francis plans to canonize St. Therese's parents at the family synod in October

Corsiera Sacchi Cavallina, S. Teresa di Lisieux, 1928, Bergamo

Therese the Little Flower Roses Angels Stationery created by ShowerOfRoses.