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Fr. Benedict Groeschel, CFR, Spiritual Passages
A Theresian classic that profoundly and beautifully reveals God s deep personal love for each of us and correspondingly awakens in us a burning love for Him. If you want to grow in love of God, this book is a must.
Fr. George W. Rutler, author, A Crisis of Saints
With felicity and wisdom, this retreat introduces St. Thérèse free of sentimentalism and obscurantism.
Fr. Kenneth Baker, S.J., Homiletic and Pastoral Review
Whoever reads this book attentively and prayerfully will grow in the love of God and even desire to be a saint.
Fr. Kilian Healy, O.Carm., Awakening Your Soul to the Presence of God
Devotees of St. Thérèse will be delighted with this book, but there is something in it for all who seek holiness, the perfection of love.
Thomas Howard, Splendor in the Ordinary
Fr. d Elbée s retreat, based on St. Thérèse s little way, draws us into the immensity of that little way. Sophia Institute Press has done us all a great service in bringing this work back into print.
Most Rev. Fabian Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln
May this personal retreat based on the teachings of the little nun of Lisieux be for those who use it an occasion of grace not only to enlighten their minds, but to elevate their souls to approach the sublime destiny that the little way shows to all.
It is an excellent guide to a deeper love of Jesus through the "little way" of St. Therese.Published 9 days ago by Kathi Richey
LOVE this book!! It is so applicable and understandable---and SO real!! I have read it no fewer than 7 times--I get something new each time.Published 1 month ago by OraJavaMater
Beautiful introduction or refresher on the way of Saint Therese.Published 1 month ago by E. D'Angelo
A beautiful and inspiring book about the love that God has for each one of His
An excellent book that a group I belong to is using for a 10+ week retreat. Highly recommend for individuals or groups.Published 4 months ago by Carol's Collections
I have read many books on the teaching of St Therese, but this is the one I always end up coming back to. Clear, simple, profound. Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Whetzel