Monday, February 19, 2007

Thérèse, Thérèse, and Thérèse

posted by Porthos

Athos and Aramis have been exchanging views off-blog about spiritual directors and such resources. Alas, isolated expat that I am, I cannot contribute much there. With spiritual direction, I just have to take what I can get. One of the things that I can get, though, is archived audios from EWTN. The three series below on Thérèse are excellent. Now, I'm slowly doing the third one, "Letters of Therese." The accompanying blurbs are from the archive listings.

Saint for the Third Millenium: St. Thérèse of Lisieux
"In this series, Fr. Charles P. Connor presents the life, spiritual direction and relevance of St. Therese of Lisieux for today’s Catholic and for the Church in all generations. He teaches us about the seemingly inexhaustible riches of what St. Therese of the Child Jesus offers the world and why she said: “The whole world will come to love me.”

The Little Flower
"This series hosted by Fr. Jacques Daley, O.S.B. teaches us about one of the most popular saints of the Church, Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Flower. Saint Thérèse is a beautiful example of how we are all called to be saints."

Letters of St. Thérèse
"The letters of St. Thérèse reflect her very human struggle to live out the vocation of love to which God called her. With great warmth and sensitivity, host Fr. Jacques Daley delves into these epistles of spiritual direction, spiritual teaching, and spiritual friendship."

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