Prayers to St Thérèse
during COVID-19

St Thérèse Calendar 2022

Marian Calendar 2022

Carmelite Feast Days

Updates and Events




The Mission of St Thérèse 

About St Thérèse 

Words and Prayers


Saints Louis and Zélie

The Servant of God Sr Francoise-Thérèse (Léonie)


Further Information

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 promotes the understanding of the life and spirituality of St Thérèse






The late Patrick (Pat) Sweeney RIP

It is with sadness and a great sense of loss that we mark the death on 18 January 2022 of Pat Sweeney, Manager of the St Thérèse National Office Ireland based at Whitefriar Street Church Dublin.

Pat was an ardent devotee of St Thérèse of Lisieux. For several years until his death he worked tirelessly in promoting devotion to St Thérèse and in taking relics of St Thérèse and of her parents Saints Louis and Zélie Martin for prayer and veneration by individuals, parishes and communities throughout the length and breadth of the country.

He was recognised for his role with the late Fr J Linus Ryan O.Carm. in bringing major relics of St Thérèse from France to Ireland and engaging in an extensive itinerary with them in 2001, again in 2009 and more recently in 2018 on the occasion of the World Meeting of Families when he also brought major relics of Saints Louis and Zélie to Ireland.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis



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Relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux (left) and Saints Louis and Zélie Martin present during the Papal Mass celebrated by His Holiness Pope Francis
on 26 August 2018 in the Phoenix Park, Dublin
on the occasion of the World Meeting of Families Dublin 2018










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