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Tag Archives: Suffering
The suffering of St. Therese
A short time after Therese’s first communion, her sister Marie told her, “I think God will spare you from having to suffer.” The irony is that Therese had already suffered more than some people do in a lifetime. Throughout her … Continue reading
Posted in Little Way Tagged Carmelite, Catholic, Story of A Soul, Suffering, Thérèse of Lisieux 21 Comments
Trusting God with your future
Last December, I began a quest to trust God more. It started with my reading The Way of Trust and Love by Jacques Philippe. You can read my original post on St. Therese’s trust here. (I know I link to … Continue reading
Posted in Virtue Tagged Carmelite, Catholic, Death, Immaculée Ilibagiza, St. Therese of Lisieux, Suffering, trust 12 Comments
Silent night, silent God
Silence can be beautiful at Christmas. Picture the quiet of a night with new-fallen snow, or the hush in which only the breathing of an infant can be heard. But silence, when unwanted, can also be painful. Silence can mean … Continue reading
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