Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-192).
|LC Classifications||BX4700.T5 N45 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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These are stanzas taken from Thérèse of Lisieux’s long poem, “Living on Love,” which she composed in , two years before her death. Consider: Follow Therese’s model and write two stanzas which both begin "Living on Love". For the first stanza consider how you might have written it at an earlier age. Today, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, whose feast day is Oct. 1, is one of the most well-known and beloved saints. Her writings, turned into the autobiography “The Story of a Soul,” have inspired thousands with her “little way” philosophy. St. Therese believed that the people of her time lived in too great fear of Gods judgment. The fear was stifling and did not allow people to experience the freedom of the children of God. St. Therese knew from her life that God is merciful love; many scripture passages in . Living the Mystery of Merciful Love: 30 Days with Thérèse of Lisieux is the latest in the Navigating the Interior Life series, which brings the wisdom of the saints into the hands of today's readers. In this presentation of intimate letters from St. Thérèse of Lisieux to her sisters and close friends, authors Anthony Lilles and Dan Burke lay out the Little Flower's program for complete Reviews: 8.
Her philosophy became known as the “Little Way.” In the new book, Living the Mystery of Divine Love: 30 Days with Thérèse of Lisieux, authors Anthony Lilles and Dan Burke reveal St. St. Thérèse of Lisieux is the originator of the Little Way, a method of living one's baptismal vocation in the ordinariness of everyday life. It is not about being perfect, or living in fear of God, but rather, the Little Way is living relationship with God with the trust of a child, whether 8 or 80 years old. The Little Way of St. Thérèse of Lisieux offers a powerful, yet simple way of achieving union with God. Who is St. Thérèse of Lisieux? St. Thérèse of Lisieux was a French Carmelite nun who died in at the young age of 24 from tuberculosis. She remained cloistered in her convent for her whole time as a nun. She lived a simple, hidden Author: Trevor Jin. In fact, she once said, “It is love alone that counts.” Therese of Lisieux, called, “The Little Flower” Her name is Therese of Lisieux. She was born in and died in , which means she only lived to be 24 years old. Yet she was canonized in She is “St. Therese.” Pope Pius XI made her the “star of his pontificate.”.