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St. Theresa - St. Therese of Lisieux

About St. Therese of the Child Jesus

Saint Therese was born in Alencon, France on January 2, 1873.  She had eight brothers and sister.  Four of them died while still babies and four of her other siblings, including herself entered religious life.

Saint Therese’s parents gave her the foundation to a life devoted to Jesus Christ and Catholicism.  Saint Therese entered the Carmelite Order of Lisieux when she was only fifteen years old.

Saint Therese suffered from tuberculosis for much of her life.  She never complained but offered all the pain she endured to Jesus and for the salvation of the world.  Saint Therese said, "I know of one means only by which to attain perfection: Love! Let us love since our heart is made for nothing else.   I wish to give all to Jesus, since He makes me understand that He alone is perfect happiness."

Saint Therese died on September 30, 1897 from her long standing suffering of tuberculosis.  Before she died, she looked upon the Cross of Jesus and said, “O, I love Him.  My God I love You.”

St. Therese Medal
Saint Therese of the Child Jesus was the author of many prayers and poems that are still recited by Catholics today.  Many Catholics wear a Saint Therese medal or a Saint Therese charm as a reminder to offer all their sufferings up to Jesus and to give true devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus.
Prayer by Saint Therese of the Child Jesus to the Holy Face of Jesus 

O Jesus, who in Thy bitter Passion didst become "the most abject of men, a man of sorrows", I venerate Thy Sacred Face whereon there once did shine the beauty and sweetness of the Godhead; but now it has become for me as if it were the face of a leper! Nevertheless, under those disfigured features, I recognize Thy infinite Love and I am consumed with the desire to love Theeand make Thee loved by all men.

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

The tears which well up abundantly in Thy sacred eyes appear to me as so many precious pearls that I love to gather up, in order to purchase the souls of poor sinners by means of their infinite value.  O Jesus, whose adorable face ravishes my heart, I implore Thee to fix deep within me Thy divine image and to set me on fire with Thy Love, that I may be found worthy to come to the contemplation of Thy glorious Face in Heaven.    Amen. 

About Saint Theresa of Lisieux

Saint Theresa is known by many titles:

  • Teresa of the Infant Jesus
  • The Little Flower of Jesus
  • The Little Flower
  • Francoise-Marie Therese Martin
  • Therese of the Child Jesus

Saint Theresa was born on January 2, 1873 in Alcon, France.  She died from tuberculosis on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

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Saint Theresa Cured of Childhood Illness

When Saint Theresa was eight years old, she was suffering from illness.  A statue of the Blessed Virgin smiled at Saint Theresa and she was cured.

Vision of the Child Jesus

When Saint Theresa was fourteen years old, the Baby Jesus appeared to her.  At that time, Saint Theresa realized that she wanted to devote her life to Jesus.  She tried to enter the convent but was told she was too young.

Saint Theresa went on a pilgrimage to Rome when she was fifteen and met Pope Leo XIII.  He gave her permission to enter the Carmelite Order.  She took her final vows on September 8, 1890 when she was seventeen years old.

Saint Theresa Wrote Her Memoirs

The prioress of the convent instructed Saint Theresa to write her memoirs.  She was twenty-two when she began writing History of a Soul.  In the book, Saint Theresa explained how she found God and lived a holy life.  She called this way to finding God, The Little Way.

Saint Theresa the Little Flower Canonized

There are many miracles attributed to Saint Theresa of Lisieux.  Pope John Paul II named her a Doctor of the Church in 1997.  She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI.

Saint Theresa the Little Flower Remembered

Saint Theresa is remembered for her childlike love of Jesus Christ and her words of love and holiness.  Many Catholics today wear a Saint Theresa medal or a Saint Theresa charm as a reminder to them to live a life in Christ, asking no more than His love for them.

Saint Theresa Quotes

St Theresa Medal Necklace
  • "Yes, when a soul has allowed herself to be captivated by the inebriating fragrance of Thy perfumes, she could not run alone, all the souls whom she loves are drawn after her; this is a natural consequence of her attractions towards Thee." 
  • "For me to love you, Jesus, as you love me, I would have to borrow your own love and then only would I be at rest."
  • "Jesus, help me to simplify my life by learning what you want me to be - and becoming that person."




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