"Therese of Lisieux: Doctor of the Church. A Study of the Cause, Process, and Proclamation of October 19, 1997," a master's thesis by Mary-Ellen Malolepszy in the department of theological studies of Concordia University in Montreal, is now available online. Among other themes, the author examines the history of the cause for Therese as a doctor of the Church in detail, with some comments about the role attributed to American Catholic dignitiaries; explores the issue of gender in relationship to Therese's doctorate; and explores the implications of Therese's doctorate. This paper contains details about the cause of Therese's doctorate that, to my knowledge, have not been available online before now. Enjoy it.
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.