Happy Ste Therese's Day!
Today (in the Traditional Calendar) is the Feast of Ste Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, OCD, sometimes known as the "Little Flower". As all Carmelites must stick together, even we of the Carmelites of the Ancient Observance give glory and praise to God for His glorification of this Daughter of the Reformed Observance. May all of my readers have a blessed Feast Day and may the Prayers of Ste Therese bring many souls to Christ!
From Recta Ratio (posted on 1 October, her Feast in the New Calendar).
From the Catholic Encyclopædia, written before her Beatification, but with a note at the end.
Her entry from Wikipedia, with some excellent links!
From Tradition in Action, by my friend, Dr Marian Therese Horvat (Happy Nameday, Marian!)
And last, but not least, links to The Story of a Soul, her autobiography, at the Gutenberg Project and her poems at Calvin College (hey, they may be heretics but the appreciate good French Literature!).