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Oct 01 - Homily: St. Therese, a Little, Great Saint

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Fr. Joachim on the life of St Therese of Lisieux who became a great saint by doing small penances. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Therese of the Child Jesus - Mem - Form: OF Readings: Tuesday 26th Week of Ordinary Time 1st: zec 8:20-23 Resp: psa 87:1-3, 4-5, 6-7 Gsp: luk 9:51-56 To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=38684


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  1. Paul Djerassi
    6 months ago

    My words are not strong enough to praise Saint Therese,the things she has done for my sick friends are above words ,Saint Therese is a saint among saints ,we talk every day she is the Star in my sky ,I thank GOD for helping me to find her ,without her I would be lost ,I love her with all my heart ,Paul Djerassi Ireland.

  2. carol
    6 months ago

    happy feast day st Theresa you ae a very true saint and help many often thank you for helping us. Sorry I forgot you day. y cousins loved youand she died this june so haooy feast day from her

  3. Emmanuel Kasiya
    6 months ago

    Very grateful for the deep reflective homily from Fr. Joachim. I remain blessed by his words for St Therese. Agreat Saint for me and my family. Glory to God for honoring her and for all the great blessings we received thru her intercession. Happy Feast Day!

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