A Little Book of Thérèse of Lisieux captures in simple format the very essence of the Little Flower. The quotations gathered here, from Thérèses own writings, sayings and prayers, provide a profound insight into the saints thinking, thus offering the reader food for thought and substance for prayerful reflection.
Don Mullan (born 1956) is an Irish humanitarian worker and media producer. He has headed one well-known Irish aid agency and worked for another, spoken widely, and was co-producer of a film about Bloody Sunday. He is also the author of is the author of Eyewitness Bloody Sunday (Wolfhound Press 1997), The Dublin and Monaghan Bombings (Wolfhound Press 2000) and A Gift of Roses - Memories of the visit to Ireland of the relics of St ThÃƒÂ©rÃƒÂ¨se (Wolfhound Press 2001).
Small but prayerful compilations from the works of two favourite saints, which would make small religious gifts at Christmas.
- The Irish Catholic
The material gathered gives great insight into the thinking and spirituality of Francis and Thérèse and provides much food for thought and prayer.
- The St Anthony Brief
Ideal for the busy person who seems to be always short of time; the books could easily be read and reflected on during the rush hour on a bus, in a car or on a train. Short quotations offer authentic nourishment for the spirit. The Columba Press are to be congratulated on this initiative.
Those unfamiliar with the words of these saints will find this format inspirational. Those unfamiliar with either saints or their words will be surprised by what these little volumes contain.
- The Furrow
These two little books give us the essence of the thinking of these saints and can be a great help to prayer.