The spirituality and message of St Thérèse of Lisieux became known to millions through the publication of her autobiography Story of a Soul a year after her death. Here we hope you will find some insight to the intensity of her love for God, her prayerfulness and knowledge of Scripture and the simplicity of her life.
This site is maintained by the St Thérèse National Office, Dublin, Ireland to promote the understanding of the life and spirituality of St Thérèse
Tweets from Pope Francis
Let us build our lives of faith on the rock who is Christ.
Jesus intercedes for us each day. Let us pray: Lord, have mercy on me; intercede for me!
There is no sin that God cannot pardon. All we need to do is ask for forgiveness.
Lord, grant us the grace to know we are sinners.
During Lent, let us find cncrete ways to overcome our indifference.
The Lord is always there waiting to give us his love: it is an amazing thing, one which never ceases to surprise us!
We cannot trust in our own strength but only in Jesus and in his mercy.
The Lord always forgives us and walks at our side. We have to let him do that.
Mary, Queen of Heaven, help us to transform the world according to God's plan.
Saint John Paul II, pray for us and especially for our youth.
May each family rediscover family prayer, which helps to bring about mutual understanding and forgiveness.
The Church, by her nature, is missionary. She exists so that every man and woman may encounter Jesus.