“October 1 is the feast of St. Therese, Carmelite nun and Doctor of the Church. Here are five things you may not have known about this beloved saint.” – Connie Rossini
“We have a perfect Author writing our story. That means that every detail is carefully chosen to advance his plot. He does not fill pages just to fill pages, and He wastes nothing.” – Claire Dwyer
One of the most beloved and powerful of modern saints, St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face, is a wonderfully attractive
St. Thérèse made it look easy–but her fortitude was born out of a million unseen movements of love, Claire Dwyer reflects.
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell recounts the story of Cardinal Burke’s recovery and the power of prayer and trust in God.
St. Thérèse of Lisieux Pt. 2 with Dylan Jedlovec on Saints and Sages Podcast. Join us on this newest episode!
Join Jordan Burke and Kristin Priola on Saints and Sages Podcast as we talk about St. Thérèse of Lisieux: The Little Flower!
What is more damaging to holiness: falling or failing to rise up and try again? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy.”
Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen explores how far we are required to go in loving our neighbor.
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity could have led a life of worldly accomplishment. But she embraced obscurity and humility. Claire Dwyer continues her series today.