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St. Thérèse of Lisieux

 

St. Thérèse of Lisieux

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Empathy: Key to St. Thérèse’s Little Way

John Sullivan O.C.D.

A restatement of the heart of Saint Thérèse’s message, her so called Little Way, and indications of some instances where the Little Way operated practically during her life.

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St. Thérèse: God’s Merciful Love

Daniel Chowning O.C.D.

The spirituality of Saint Thérèse is indeed a very rich one. She has much to say to us about the importance of confidence, patience, acts of love, surrender, and perseverance in the midst of spiritual darkness. There are many fine studies that analyze the different aspects of her personality and doctrine, yet the foundation of all of Thérèse’s spirituality rests on her experience and contemplation of God, the God of Jesus Christ, a God of love, but especially the God of mercy. We learn how this experience of God as Merciful Love is the key to her entire doctrine.

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The Revolution of Thérèse

Kieran Kavanaugh O.C.D.

This talk has a brief review of St. Thérèse of Lisieux’s early religious and spiritual experiences leading up to her call to Carmel and to her mission from God.  There are some facts about the history and spirit of Carmel in France as a background for understanding the spiritual environment Thérèse found when she entered the Carmel of Lisieux, and Thérèse’s response to this particular environment along with her response to Teresa of Jesus (Avila) and John of the Cross, her holy parents.

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St. Thérèse: Her Life and Spirituality

Kieran Kavanaugh O.C.D.

This talk tells us about the phenomenon of St. Thérèse of Lisieux after her death, and contains a brief sketch of her spiritual life and experience up to the time in which she entered the Carmel. There’s a discussion of some of the thought patterns influencing the spiritual thinking in the French Carmel and in the Catholic Church in Thérèse’s time where we learn of Thérèse’s new discoveries about the mystery of the redemption or participation in the redemption and our vocation to holiness.

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The Little Way

Kieran Kavanaugh O.C.D.

St. Thérèse was known for her Little Way.  Here, we learn about the term “way,” what led to Thérèse’s discovery of her Little Way, and the actual meaning of her term the “Little Way.”

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St. Thérèse: Her Influence on Contemporary
Theology and Spirituality

Denis Read O.C.D.

This is a discussion about the influence of St. Thérèse of Lisieux on contemporary theology and spirituality. Although she left us scarcely more than a little book, a few letters, and a few last words, the more attention that we give to the Little Flower, the broader are the horizons that open up revealing her true influence on popular devotions and practices, on theologians, and on emerging theologies of lay spirituality.

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St. Thérèse: Doctor of the Church

Keith Egan T.O.Carm

In this lecture, we speculate about Thérèse’s role as a teacher in the church and explore whether Thérèse Martin, someone who’s doctrine may have special significance for the Church of the next century, has special wisdom about God to share with the Church ever in need of transforming wisdom.

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St. Thérèse of Lisieux:
Your Personal History as a Narrative of Hope

Margaret Dorgan D.C.M.

Christianity is all about remembering. Memory is precious to us as Christians and as human beings. Memory gives us the capacity to retain what has taken place in our own lives and to empathize with other lives no matter how long ago they made their earthly journey. Your personal history can be a narrative of hope.

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This Child: Words of St. Thérèse of Lisieux,
With Reflections/Prayers/Chant/Song

Multiple Speakers

She rejoiced in light. She rejoiced in darkness. She rejoiced in innocence. “The chalice is full, full to the brim,” she said. “The blackness of night is in my soul.” She said, “I sing only of what I want to believe.” Various speakers give us insight to the words of St. Thérèsa of Lisieux with inspiring reflections, prayers, chants, and songs. In this multi-voiced presentation, the words of St. Thérèse are joined with brief reflections to display the full reach of her bold and accessible spirituality.

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The Discovery of Merciful Love

Keith Egan T.O.Carm

In Thérèse’s discovery of Merciful Love, she found a very Orthodox Christian way of understanding of how God is present to us – we use the term grace to describe that. The lecturer presents a review of some of the major times in the development of grace in our theology and shows the context within which Thérèse intuitively or instinctively was finding her own way of understanding how God relates to us.

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St. Thérèse and Priesthood

Mary Frohlich R.S.C.J.

Thérèse of Lisieux passionately desired to be an ordained priest. Some are disturbed by the fact that she, a woman, wanted to be a priest at all. Others are often discomforted by the highly exalted spirituality of the priesthood and the Eucharist that motivated her in that desire. By disturbing us in these ways, our latest Doctor of the Church is inviting all of us, wherever we start from, to risk a new exploration of what priesthood and Eucharist are really intended to mean in the Church of Jesus Christ. Only thus will we be able to live the Eucharistic unity and transformation that Christ longs for in his Church.

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Thérèse: Mission Saigon and Beyond

Constance Fitzgerald O.C.D.

What is Thérèse’s mission now at the dawn of the 21st Century? Does she still have one? Does this young woman called the greatest saint of modern times have anything really significant to say to post modernity? Will her writings in fact remain spiritual classics like those of Teresa Jesus (Avila) and John of the Cross or does she belong to a passing epoch?

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Thérèse: Child, Girl, Woman

Vilma Seelaus O.C.D.

Here we get a look at Therese from the overall theme of God and the Human Story. We’ll look at Therese as a child, girl, and woman. Like all works of art, and Therese is indeed God’s work of art, we need to look at many different perspectives to fully appreciate what is before us.

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Reflections on the Doctorate of St. Thérèse

Steven Payne O.C.D.

As we remember, in the late 1990’s, the idea of Thérèse as Doctor of the Church led people to remember her not just for her example but also for her teaching, of her little way of confidence in God’s merciful love, of her message that we can become saints by doing ordinary things with extraordinary love, or however they chose to express it.

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Story of a Soul: A New Arrangement of the Texts

Kieran Kavanaugh O.C.D.

How did Thérèse’s The Story of a Soul come about? This book is by a young woman who had spent 15 years in the comparative safety of a devout catholic household and the remaining 9 years in the quiet atmosphere of a cloistered community of some 20 Carmelite nuns at Lisieux, Normandy. What prompted this young, inexperienced girl to write the story of her soul, a story that has had a spiritual impact on all types of people and been translated into all languages in all nations from simple unlearned people to the highly educated and learned. Recent publications have revealed some precise information regarding her writings.

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Dark Fire: The Prayer of St. Thérèse

Daniel Chowning O.C.D.

Retitled by the author to “Sleeping Jesus, Sleeping Thérèse: Saint Thérèse - a Contemplative Soul,” this lecture examines Thérèse’s years of struggle with sleep during prayer. Her honesty about this dilemma provides a precious insight into her contemplative experience as an enclosed Carmelite nun. Upon closer examination, we discover the purity of her love and profound confidence in God in all of her slumbering prayer.

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The Desire for God and the Discovery of the Little Way

Kieran Kavanaugh O.C.D.

When Thérèse was an impressionable schoolgirl, she read about the lives of French heroines, especially Joan of Arc and got excited. The moment was ripe for a grace she considered one of the greatest in her life. She began to feel that she was born for glory and to question herself about how she would reach this glory. Not only did God inspire her with a desire for glory, but that he also gave her a special understanding that her glory would not be evident to others and that it would consist in her becoming a saint.

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St. Thérèse of Lisieux: Carmelite Authors 101 Series

Marc Foley O.C.D.

Carmelite Authors 101 is designed to present a basic introduction to the major writers of the Carmelite School of Spirituality. This presentation outlines the writings of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, affectionately known to millions as The Little Flower, and recently proclaimed Doctor of the Church for her spiritual writings.

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"A Surge of the Heart" – Thérèse of Lisieux on Prayer

Steven Payne, O.C.D.

Fr. Steven describes St Thérèse’s simple yet profound definition of prayer that the Church takes up in the catechism. Thérèse being frustrated by many forms of prayers does not insist upon any particular prayer, but emphasizes the essential quality of love in prayer. Thérèse tells us that prayer is not about saying many words, but about a relationship with the person of Christ. Fr. Steven guides us through Thérèse’s discovery of prayer.

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