Saint Thérèse of Lisieux is known as a saint, mystic, Doctor of the Church and is one of the most venerated saints of the Church. Her simple, yet remarkably profound Little Way is a wonderful devotion for all Christians.
Now, take the wisdom and holiness of Saint Thérèse wherever you go. In 30 Days with Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, Thomas J. Craughwell packs the wisdom of Saint Thérèse and the scriptures into a 30-day devotional.
Supplemented by meditations and prayers for each day, 30 Days with Saint Thérèse of Lisieux is the perfect way to begin following her Little Way.
About the Author
Thomas J. Craughwell is author of more than two dozen books. Among them are Saints Behaving Badly (Doubleday, 2006), Saints Preserved: An Encyclopedia of Relics (Image, 2011), and Stealing Lincoln's Body(Harvard University Press, 2007), which was adapted into a History Channel documentary. His articles have appeared inThe Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Inside the Vatican,and Our Sunday Visitor. A popular speaker, Craughwell has lectured for Catholic Courses, and has appeared on EWTN, CNN, and Ave Maria radio to discuss saints, the canonization process, and Catholic history. He writes out of his home in Bethel, Connecticut.
Item No: 2151 (Grouped)
Publisher: Saint Benedict Press, LLC
Publication Date: 2012
Binding: Paperbound and eBook
Beautiful prayers for today's hectic life Review by Romayne McNicholas
Perfect--short but beautiful prayers for the hectic life we all lead. Saint Therese has blessed us with her words of wisdom. (Posted on 11/14/2013)
Saint Terese Review by sharon harper
Saint Terese is truly doing good in Heaven for us. She is a great role model. I would recommend this book, it is a beautiful little book. (Posted on 9/24/2013)
30 Days with the Doctor Review by James G. Bruen Jr.
My wife and I have tried Mr. Craughwell's three new "30 Days with ..." books. In 30 Days with Saint Therese, Craughwell offers a daily quotation from the Little Flower (St. Therese), augmented by scripture, a meditation, and a prayer. The daily quotations from the Little Flower's writings are well chosen, and one can't do better than this Doctor of the Church when it comes to spiritual insight. But that's also Craughwell's problem: His meditations and prayers pale in comparison to the quotations from her, and sometimes don't seem well tied to the particular quotation. Each daily offering is brief: all of the components for the day fit onto two pages, and the entire book may be used over the course of a month. (Posted on 3/29/2013)
30 Days with Saint Therese Review by Sandra A. Fakhar "Sandy"
I will read anything about our Carmelite Saints. I am a third order Carmelite, belonging to a community in Southern California. Saint Therese happens to be our Patron Saint, so our community has a very special relationship with her. I was a little disappointed in this book however.The introduction is informative, but the daily reading, meditations and prayer could have been divided into morning and evening extending one theme throughout the day. (Posted on 11/14/2012)