The Archives of the Carmel of Lisieux invite you to the preview of their long-awaited Web site, which was launched today. This magnificent site, the fruit of years of work, opens to you the doors of the Archives so that you can discover the treasures they contain, to know everything about Thérèse. To begin to delve into its treasures, please visit
Please note that the opening of the English site, scheduled for March 19, 2012, has been postponed due to the serious illness of the Web designer. But 2,000 photos are already on the site: photos of Thérèse's family and the places they lived, the Carmelite community, the works of art by the Martin sisters and St. Thérèse, and the works of art she loved. The site is a marvel of detail and authenticity.
The site has not yet been migrated to its permanent server, so the connection might be slow, or a page might be unavailable. The French site will become fully functional at the beginning of next week. Please return regularly. As documents are translated into English, more jewels will be added.
We congratulate and thank the Carmel of Lisieux and all the partners who worked with the Archives to accomplish this historic achievement, which makes the treasures of the Archives available to the world. We thank God that the archives have been digitized, and we ask God's blessing on those who contributed to the accomplishment. Please pray that through this Web site, God may draw souls along the "way of confidence and love" Thérèsewalked in the earthly milieu now visible to all of us.
Saints Louis and Zélie Martin, the Parents of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
The lives of Saints Louis and Zelie Martin, the parents of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux; their spirituality; the life of their family; their beatification in 2008 and canonization in 2015; what we can learn from them today. Articles, homilies, conferences, photo galleries. A unique photo show to celebrate the visit of their relics to Ireland in 2018.