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The Spirituality of St. Therese of Lisieux - Part 9 of 11 - Her Imitation of Christ
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Archbishop Fulton Sheen
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  (MP3 DOWNLOAD FORMAT) Our Lord transferred onto Himself our sufferings: physical, mental, and moral (or guilt). St Therese desired to be a Victim for the sins of the world, as our Lord Himself did to save the souls of others. To offer oneself as a victim to Divine Love is not to offer oneself to sweetness and to consolation but to every bitterness, for love lives only by sacrifice; and the more a soul wills to be surrendered to love, the more must she must surrendered to sacrifice. This is one of 11 talks given on St. Therese the Little Flower by the great Bishop Sheen in Ireland at a Carmelite monastery in 1973, on the occasion of the Centenary of her birth. Hear the beloved Archbishop as he speaks on the spirituality of Saint Therese of Lisieux, who was called the greatest saint of the century.


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