On Saint Valentine’s Day, let us remember that love is not just about heartfelt cards – it is about loving others as like Christ did, seeing past all of their flaws. St. Therese, Help us to imitate God’s love today.
To celebrate this occasion, St. Therese wrote this poem after having a conversation she had with her sister, Marie. This has become one of Therese’s most popular poems.
You returned to Your realm of light, and still remain hidden here to nourish us, in our vale of tears, with Holy Communion. – St. Therese of Lisieux
I am certain that even if I had on my conscience every imaginable crime, I should lose nothing of my confidence; rather I would hurry, with a heart broken with sorrow, to throw myself into the Arms of my Jesus. St. Therese of Lisieux “St. Therese makes clear that love for God centers on developing […]
Without leaving the shelter of your arms or even turning my head, I will distribute your treasures to the souls who come to me asking for food. – St. Therese of Lisieux
The Creator of the universe awaits the prayer of one poor little person to save a multitude of others, redeemed like her at the price of His Blood. – St. Therese
Your love has gone before since I was a child. It has grown with my growth. – St. Therese of Lisieux