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Less than twenty years before Teresa was born in 1515, Columbus opened up the Western Hemisphere to European colonization. Two years after she was born, Luther started the Protestant Reformation. Out of all of this change came Teresa pointing the way from outer turmoil to inner peace. Teresa's father was rigidly honest and pious, but he may have carried his strictness to extremes. Teresa's mother loved romance novels but because her husband ... Continue Reading

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  1. Marshmello
    4 years ago

    very nice. very nice.

  2. Fr. John
    4 years ago

    Teresa's life is really a simple which can be followed by the help of God

  3. kerri
    4 years ago

    St. Teresa is also my confirmation saint name it was also my grandmom's and great grandmom (which was also her real name:]) althought this was one of the reason y i choose st teresa as my saint, i also suffer from terrible mirane headaches frequently so i taught that she would be the most appropriate plus her live story was truly inspirational to me and many other women around the world! she sooo kool :)))))

  4. Claire
    4 years ago

    She perfom wonders! please join me as i pray to get a God fearing marriage and a good job....golry be to God

  5. Mel Land
    4 years ago

    Today is sept 29, 2010. My sweet wife Vicky and I(Mel) were married on this day. My wife died 8 years ago just short of our 40 wedding Anniversay. Our son Michael and Mandy, new daughter in law will be married on Oct 15, 2010 on St Teresa's feast day. Pray to God thru St Teresa to bless their marriage and life together. Vicky would be proud of her son and Mandy. I gave Mandy Vicky's wedding ring. Say a prayer to St Teresa for Mel who loves and misses Vicky so much that only tears can say how much that is until we meet again in heaven.

  6. alice
    4 years ago

    She has always been my favourite saint. She is such an inspiration to women everywhere...whatever their creed.

  7. Marie
    4 years ago

    St. Theresa is patron saint for headaches, I understand. Is she helpful with the mentally ill. A Catholic Healer asked me to pray to her for my mentally ill daughter.

  8. john oringinal
    4 years ago

    gd information im doing my homework gdd website

  9. Katie
    4 years ago

    I love St. Teresa! She is my Confirmation saint and inspires me every day!

  10. dzwonki
    4 years ago

    You certainly have some agreeable opinions and views. Your blog provides a fresh look at the subject.

  11. dieta
    4 years ago

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  12. gry online
    4 years ago

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  13. konta osobiste
    4 years ago

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  14. COOLI99
    4 years ago

    NICE:):):):):)

  15. Tammy
    4 years ago

    St, Teresa; Please gather with your brothers and sisters in heaven, those who lived at different times and were drawn to the Way, remind them of the poor state of the earth and implore there compassion on Gods people. Oh great Saint, ralley the kingdom to pray for mankind;

    Amen

  16. Jaski
    4 years ago

    I cant make any info out of this to my confirmation questions!

  17. cassandra
    4 years ago

    this my confirmation saint well its going to :D

  18. mira
    4 years ago

    used this for school, so helpful, REALLY interesting!!!!!!

  19. alyssa
    4 years ago

    she is the stuff she is very very cool now in days







    you rock

  20. PrincessWarrior
    4 years ago

    I picked her for my Confirmation last yr!!! :D Its Awesome!


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