Saint Therese of Lisieux: A Model for Our Times #2020

Saint Therese of Lisieux: A Model for Our Times By Wyatt North Saint Therese of Lisieux A Model for Our Times St Therese of Lisieux is one of the most popular saints in modern times What makes her life so outstanding and such an inspiration to so many people She had no sustained spiritual visions u
  • Title: Saint Therese of Lisieux: A Model for Our Times
  • Author: Wyatt North
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  • Saint Therese of Lisieux: A Model for Our Times By Wyatt North St Therese of Lisieux 1873 1897 is one of the most popular saints in modern times What makes her life so outstanding and such an inspiration to so many people She had no sustained spiritual visions, unlike St Bernadette of Soubirous before her or the three children of F tima after her She had no stigmata, was not a martyr, was not a teacher during her lifetime, andSt Therese of Lisieux 1873 1897 is one of the most popular saints in modern times What makes her life so outstanding and such an inspiration to so many people She had no sustained spiritual visions, unlike St Bernadette of Soubirous before her or the three children of F tima after her She had no stigmata, was not a martyr, was not a teacher during her lifetime, and did not start a religious order Her life was sealed off, as it were, from the rest of the world in a cloistered convent How did she become so well beloved around the world
    Saint Therese of Lisieux: A Model for Our Times By Wyatt North Thrse of Lisieux Saint Therese, The Little Flower Society of the Little St Thrse of Lisieux Roman Catholic nun Britannica Apr , St Thrse of Lisieux, canonized May , feast day October , Carmelite nun whose service to her Roman Catholic order, although outwardly unremarkable, was later recognized for its exemplary spiritual accomplishments She was named Saint Therese Senior Communities Twin Cities Senior Saint Therese provides quality care and purpose filled, exciting senior living options in dynamic Twin Cities communities Learn . St Therese of Lisieux Saints Angels Catholic Online Therese of Lisieux is one of the patron saints of the missions, not because she ever went anywhere, but because of her special love of the missions, and the prayers and letters she gave in support of missionaries This is reminder to all of us who feel we can do nothing, that it is the little things that keep God s kingdom growing. St Therese s Life Story Society of the Little Flower US The Story of a Soul
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    1. A short and sweet little biography of one of my patron saints, which I have always greatly admired for her simplicity and accessibility Her Little Way is so easy to emulate if you really work at it, and her life of her utter devotion really shows that you don t need to be anybody big or great to become a saint Really inspiring, and a breeze to get through


    2. Saint Therese of Lisieux is a fascinating subject for a book however, this telling of her story is pretty boring.


    3. Honestly, I don t know how or why I ended up with this book on my Kindle app, but I know I ordered it I think I was thinking of a challenge on GR but for the life of me I don t know what challenge But I decided to read it today since it was pretty short and see if I could figure out why I got it and what challenge it was for, but I didn t Oh well, it s read now.I thought it was very interesting how Saint Therese of Lisieux at such a young age since she was a very little girl she wanted to give h [...]


    4. Follow the way through The Little Flower St Therese has always been my favorite patron saint as long as I can remember My mother, grandmother and great grandmother prayed to her daily It became common place for me to follow along This book is a wonderful compilation of The Little Flower s life in God s way She suffered and felt closer to God through her suffering Her parents were Godly people and raised little Therese with their love of God and prayer She was one of nine children born, only five [...]


    5. I snagged this one when it was free on Kindle, and I read it concurrently with A Story of a Soul Basically it is very similar in content, concise, and focusing on her spirituality with just a bit of background I d recommend it It also includes an excerpt from Pope Francis Pastor of Mercy.


    6. The woman is interesting but the book reads as if someone was giving an itinerary of her life It was very dry For such a short book it felt even shorter than it is In this case that wasn t a good thing, it just highlighted how little information was there The book lacks substance.


    7. A great story of faith and the love of God The author has done an excellent job of writing the story of Saint Therese Her love of God and desire to be his spouse is very well displayed in the authors writing Truly an inspirational life story.



    8. StiltexOddly stilted writing as if it is a substandard translation from another language The information seemed shallow, which is odd considering the subject matter.


    9. 2.5 stars It was good, just not quite what I hoped The author expected the reader to be familiar with the Little Way, and I am not unfortunately.


    10. I ve heard of Saint Therese of Lisieux, and decided to find out about her when I got an offer for a free Kindle download I still don t know much about her Little Way, but let s just say Therese was a pretty strange person I suppose today she d be on meds or in a facility Nonetheless, I am interested in learning about the Little Way Who s a bigger lunatic John Hagee Mike Huckabee, Pat Robertson, et al or Therese If given a choice I d hitch my wagon to Therese to make a connection with God.


    11. This is a pious, simply written account of Therese s life Each chapter ends with a brief paragraph highlighting the spiritual lessons and themes of the previous pages, providing a devotional guide I m not a Catholic, but found it an easy, accessible introduction to both The Little Flower and the significance she could have as a saint for a modern person However, if you re looking for historical or theological depth or complexity you ll want to find a different book.


    12. A good Lenten read, the book is a simple introduction to the life of the saint I was not very familiar with the life and writings of Saint Therese before, so it was quite an interesting read, moving at times Bite sized chapters enable to quickly get acquainted with the book s content even if you have only little time to spare, so it is perfect for busy people who want to deepen their faith It definitely encourages me to read about the saint.


    13. I have to ponder this would the world react to her today Some of her revelations which the author considers significant to her path to sainthood religious life would be considered mental illness selfish today yet her writings are acclaimed as so important as for her to be the only female Doctor of the Church


    14. A brief biography of St Therese of Lisieux The actual biography part of the book was pretty syrupy but after reading the concluding chapters I think that may be due to the taking the lead from Therese s own writings The last couple of chapters were very good with reflections upon Therese and her impact on the Church and its theology.


    15. This was interesting insofar as it answered questions about the saint, but I found it a little cloying in its clear religious stance I read it for the history, and as such I found it a useful little book, which explained the reason why Therese became a saint I respect the writer s stance, and he is obviously very much an advocate for this particular saint.


    16. I thought I was reading a biography of St Therese of Liseaux, but mostly each chapter ended up w a preachy, simplistic little moral related to that portion of Therese s life She was unusually spiritually mature at a very young age I just wish I had found her autobiography, instead of this e book.


    17. I am glad I did not buy this book It gives little insight into Therese s little way, which is her main contribution to mystical knowledge And then when I see typos and dates like 1980 it becomes nothing than a poorly written term paper.


    18. InterestingHaving worked with the Carmelite sisters on several occasions, their devotion is unparalleled Had known some about Saint Therese, but now much better informed and understanding.


    19. Saint Therese of LisieuxAn interesting book regarding the life of Maria Francois Therese Martin Born January 2, 1873, was a sickly baby born to parents who were very loving and very religious She joined a convent at the age of 15, contacted TB and died on September 30, 1897.


    20. Overly simplistic for my taste As someone not familiar with her, it wasn t clear just what her method was And it didn t leave me wanting to find out , although I did appreciate the author championing her views An easy read but that was not what I was expecting or looking for.


    21. Short and succinct introductionTroubled by theology of sharing in Christ s suffering I don t believe that is what God wants for us or of us The book is an immersion in the immersion of a young person in the secluded life of a religious.


    22. I wasn t impressed with the writing style And the story seemed to leave a lot of holes I thought this would be of a biography than it was.


    23. SO inspiring St Therese of Lisieux led a life filled with passion for the Lord This book is a wonderful biography of her life I highly recommend it


    24. Simply writtenBut adequate for what I wanted, just a basic biography It did seem as if only good qualities were illustrated, when I m sure she had some bad ones too.


    25. Little FlowerGreat insight of a devout believer It was a little full of f as cats but had a wonderful message about trusting God s word.


    26. A saint for todayA concise and interesting book with practical implications for life on St Therese of Liseiux It makes good, inspiring reading.


    27. Poorly written with some poor editing Each chapter felt like a summary of another work No depth and no real purpose Don t waste your time.




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