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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 218

Size: 14 x 0.9 x 21 cm

Publisher: apel Island

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St Therese

The Little Flower St Therese of Lisieux The Irish Connection

by Colm Keane & Una O'Hagan

$16.75

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No.1 bestseller Colm Keane and former RTÉ newsreader Una O’Hagan.

St. Thérèse’s suffering as a nun, the bullying she experienced at school, and details of her tragic death from tuberculosis aged 24 are revealed in this groundbreaking book. You will read about her many miracles, including cures from cancer, arthritis and infertility.

The Little Flower’s blueprint for a good and fulfilling life – her “little way” – is explained. Everybody is important, she said. Every little deed matters. Her philosophy is as relevant today as it ever was. This powerful and inspiring book gives you an intimate insight to one of Ireland’s favourite saints whose relics created a national sensation during their visit in 2001.

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