Tag Archives: St. Thérèse of Lisieux

Mighty St. Thérèse, victim of “fake news” and the cruelty of libs

I am a great fan of St. Joan of Arc, a saint also for our day.  Also, I am indebted to St. Thérèse for help with my vocation in the dark days of my US seminary nightmare.  She was instrumental … Continue reading

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How many Little Flowers does it take to make a bouquet?

Here’s something both Catholic and cute for a change. In the Diocese of Lincoln, where it is still okay to be a faithful Catholic openly, there is a school where, on the Feast of St. Therese, the girls dress as … Continue reading

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A special saintly chasuble

I picked this up from the blog Gem of the Ocean. Did you know that the Little Flower, St. Therese of Lisieux, made a chasuble?  I didn’t. The abovementioned blog says: The chasuble garment itself was made from an old dress … Continue reading

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12 July: Blessed Louis and Marie-Azélie Martin and Breast Cancer

Our frequent interlocutrix and commentatrix here, “Supertradmum”, has a nice reminder on her own blog, Etheldredasplace, about two of our family of Blesseds whom you may not be aware of or know to acknowledge today, their feast. Sometimes those blesseds … Continue reading

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