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L'Histoire d'une Âme This Book, First Published In In A Highly Edited Version, Quickly Became A Modern Spiritual Classic, Read By Millions And Translated Into Over Fifty Five Languages John Clarke S Acclaimed Translation, First Published In , Is Now Accepted As The Standard Throughout The English Speaking World



10 thoughts on “L'Histoire d'une Âme

  1. says:

    I can t remember the first time I read this but I think it was in high school Dear St Th r se was my Confirmation saint so I wanted to read her autobiography I remember being blown away by her simple and yet


  2. says:

    Well this book has been such an emotional experience for me I guess I have now come full circle from my early childhood version of God magical nice fatherly fellow who granted wishes and protection from evil to m


  3. says:

    I have always heard of her and didn t know what to make of her I read quotes here and there and didn t catch my attention much Since I have begun reading her autobiography, I have been completely absorbed and taken b


  4. says:

    St Theresa of the Child Jesus _ ..


  5. says:

    I am torn in my reaction to this book With all of our knowledge of psychiatric illnesses today, we would probably medicate Therese and send her to therapy due to her hallucinations, visions and, at least from the tone of Man


  6. says:

    A fascinating book written by St Therese herself Not for everyone but a most interesting book.


  7. says:

    A sweet story I didn t like the book as well as I thought I would, though I think I just can t relate to someone as doted on as Therese was I kept thinking what a wuss she was and then feeling bad that I thought such a thing about s


  8. says:

    Reason for Reading Our church has been run by the Carmelites for over 100 years Our priests are Carmelites and we have a statutory of St Therese in the building I was much intrigued about her little way and after watching the recent 200


  9. says:

    Until reading this book, all I d ever known of St Th r se was roses I knew that she was associated with flowers, was known as the little flower and was often depicted with a crown or an armful of roses I d heard her great promises to send d


  10. says:

    Began reading this book a little begrudgingly as St Therese of Lisieux just never really appealed to me My opinion was that she was spoiled and had an easy life, so what would she have to offer me Well, this is one of my favorite books The firs


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About the Author: Thérèse de Lisieux

Saint Th r se de Lisieux or Saint Th r se of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, born Marie Fran oise Th r se Martin, was a French Carmelite nun She is also known as The Little Flower of Jesus She was canonized by the Roman Catholic Church May 17, 1925.She felt an early call to religious life, and overcoming various obstacles, in 1888 at the early age of 15, became a nun and joined two of her o