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The first centenary of the death of St Therese Lisieux was celebrated on 30 September 1977. Since her death she has become one of the best known and best loved of modern saints and has had a profound influence on the spirituality of the twentieth century. The pages of this booklet were originally written as separate leaflets published throughout the centenary year. They draw on Thereses own autobiography The Story of a Soul and bring together the main elements of her little way - prayer, gospel simplicity, hope, mercy and trust. The book contains ample quotations. from her writings especially from her poems and her prayers. The culmination of the celebration of the centenary year was the declaration of St Therese as Doctor of the Church. She now stands with the `giants of faith, proclaiming her eternal message of love.

Heart of love - Eugene McCaffrey

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Title
Heart of love - Saint Thrse of Lisieux
Author
Eugene McCaffrey
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Veritas Publications
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20051231

The first centenary of the death of St Therese Lisieux was celebrated on 30 September 1977. Since her death she has become one of the best known and best loved of modern saints and has had a profound influence on the spirituality of the twentieth century. The pages of this booklet were originally written as separate leaflets published throughout the centenary year. They draw on Thereses own autobiography The Story of a Soul and bring together the main elements of her little way - prayer, gospel simplicity, hope, mercy and trust. The book contains ample quotations. from her writings especially from her poems and her prayers. The culmination of the celebration of the centenary year was the declaration of St Therese as Doctor of the Church. She now stands with the `giants of faith, proclaiming her eternal message of love.

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Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
Ireland
Number of Pages
80

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