This paper by Paul Houston Blankenship received First Place at the 2013 Vilma Seelaus Prize competition. Please click here to view.
“You need to climb the elevator of love, not the rough stairway of fear.” These words could have been written by any rock star today; Bono, Bruce Springsteen or even Lady Gaga. Instead our little Thérèse coined the phrase “elevator of love” over 100 years ago. Her suggestion was given to Fr. Maurice Bellière, the [...]
From Time to Time with Thérèse, by Judy Long, ocd “Jesus was sleeping as usual in my little boat; ah I see very well how rarely souls allow Him to sleep peacefully with in them.” Our Therese writes these words at the beginning The Story of A Soul, Chapter 7. She is speaking of the [...]