St. Thérèse. My little mother, queen, and saint My little mother, queen, and saintA little flower I found one dayThérèse, whose fragrance none can hideSweet, from above, where she abides My little mother, queen, and saintWhose petals hold the dew and rainOf grace from God that falls up thereThat makes its fields so pure and… Continue reading St. Thérèse. My little mother, queen, and saint
The purpose of darkness and trial is to live by faith making it meritorious. Darkness and suffering are gifts leading us to heaven and meriting us greater glory. No servant is greater than his master. Human nature’s law humbles us through its weakness, while God’s law of grace on the Cross sanctifies us through that… Continue reading Suffering
We had a lovely day at the Chapel of St. Joan of Arc on the campus of Marquette University in Milwaukee. It is always such a sacred privilege to visit the small church built during Joan’s lifetime and moved to America. There is an altar stone on the back wall which was kissed by our… Continue reading The Chapel of St. Joan of Arc
The Society of the Little Flower is offering a free St. Thérèse novena booklet to those who subscribe to the mailing list. A nice gift! https://www.littleflower.org/assets/1/6/st-therese-novena-opt.pdf
Today, I initiate the desire and goal to move to Toulouse, that we may spend the rest of our lives making pilgrimages through France, Spain, and Italy. We will also devote ourselves to the shrine of St. Mary Magdalene in Marseilles and to the Prince and Princess of Monaco. I have asked St. Philomena with… Continue reading Consecrated for New France or Old France?