THERESE OF LISIEUX
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Book: Articles pour la Cause de la Servante de Dieu Theresa de L'Enfant-Jesus et de la Sainte-Face, Carmelite du Monastere de Lisieux, 1910.
A biography of Alice Mary Hopkins, a Tertiary of Carmel, who was devoted to the Baltimore Carmel for over fifty years. Includes her account of a vision she had of St. Therese.
Booklet: The Little Flower Calls Her Godmother to Heaven, the story of Marie Louise Josephine Martin, Sister Marie of the Sacred Heart who was the sister and godmother of Therese of Lisieux.
From the " Life of Sr. Teresa of the Infant Jesus. Chapter 12. Calvary...........Flight towards Heaven." Typescript, 26 pages.
Soeur Agnes de Jesus, Lisieux writes to all Prioresses re events concerning beatification and canonization of Therese (12/18/1925); including announcement of Pius XI. In french, printed.
Announcement of conferences on the real life of St Therese of Lisieux to be given by Fr Jacques, OSB.
Santissimi Domini Nostri PII Divina Providentia Papae XI, Litterae Decretales de Solemni Canonizatione Beatae Teresiae A Iesu Infante, Monialis Professae Ordinis Carmelitarium Excalceatorum Peracta in Basilica Vaticana, Die XVII Maii Anno Sancto M. DCCCC.XXV.
A copy of an article sent to the Catholic Review on Therese of Lisieux to commemorate the 100th anniversary of her birth. The article was published Sept 21, 1973.
The Promugation of the Decree of the Heroic Virtues of the Venerable Therese of the Child Jesus, August 14, 1921 including: The Ceremony at the Vatican, the Decretum and it's translation, The Address delivered by His Lordship Mgr. Lemonnier, and The Speech made by His Holiness Benedict XV. There are three copies of Benedict's Speech.
Serial Story About The Carmelite Order: Its Beginnings. The Holy Land, Europe and Maryland in four installments and concerning raising funds for the new Carmel. Typescript, 15 pages.
Booklet: Souvenir of the Golden Jubilee Year of the Death of St. Therese of the Child Jesus, 1847-1947 featuring, Saint Therese in American Carmels.