St. Therese of Lisieux

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

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St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

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As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles encouraged the faithful in Asia to continue her mission for the entire continent.

In an interview with Radio Veritas, he pointed out that St. Therese dreamed of journeying Asia to spread the Christian faith and to proclaim God’s love to mankind.

“[K]ung humaba ang buhay niya ay gusto niya maging missionary dito sa Asia sapagkat nakita niya na kailangan ng Asia ang faith. So, we have to continue to fulfill her dreams. We are missionaries of St. Thérèse for the Asian people, especially. Sabi nga ni Pope Francis, ‘maybe not only in Asia but throughout the world’,” he said.

He also emphasized the virtues that people who are losing their faith in God can learn from her.

“St. Therese wants us to live ‘yung talagang kanyang little childhood—the way of love and confidence. Nagtitiwala tayo sa Diyos at alam nating mahal tayo ng Diyos. Many people do not know that kaya nga maraming taong hindi nila alam that God is real, at Siya’y talagang responsible sa ating buhay,” Archbishop Arguelles stressed.

Arguelles, also the Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinate of the Philippines (MOP), concelebrated the welcome Mass for the saint’s pilgrim relic on January 2 with the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Charles John Brown and the current Military Ordinary, Bishop Oscar Jaime Florencio at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Pasay City.

Her pilgrim relic’s visit this year with the theme “Lakbay Tayo, St. Therese! Kaalagad, Kaibigan, Ka-Misyon” will travel in 53 archdioceses around the country until April 23, 2023.

Marie Francoise-Therese Martin was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon, France and died of complications of tuberculosis at age 24 on September 30, 1897 in Lisieux, France.

She was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI and became the youngest Doctor of the Church through Pope John Paul’s Apostolic Letter entitled “Divini Amoris Scientia” (The Science of Divine Love) on October 19, 1997. (Lem Leal Santiago/Volunteer Writer/RCAM-AOC | photo from the Facebook Page of the 5th Visit of the Relics of St. Therese to the Philippines)

 

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles

As the pilgrim relic of Saint Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, visits the Philippines for the fifth time, Lipa Archbishop Emeritus Ramon Arguelles …

“Be St. Therese’s missionary of God’s love and confidence” – Bishop Arguelles Read More »

St. Therese of Lisieux

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)