These 120 readings excerpted from the writings of St. Therese of Lisieux will help you get to know first hand the pure, simple girl whom Pope Pius X called "the greatest saint of modern times."
Tares in the Field of the Lord: Why it's necessary that scandals beset the Church – and how it brings about a stronger harvest.
The Mustard Seed: Why it gave hope to the early Church and prefigures her glorious future.
The Yeast: How God speaks in a gentle and inward voice which melts the soul, and how you could be drowning Him out.
The Hidden Treasure: Are you responding properly to the unique gifts Christ has given you?
The Net: Many will be sifted out. How to be sure you're among the souls He keeps.
The Unmerciful Servant: Not only must you forgive, you must convert the offender. Are you a channel for God's grace?
Laborers in the Vineyard: Are you letting selfishness and pride get in the way of the salvation of your neighbor's soul?
The Two Sons: The dangers of agnosticism. Are you guilty? You may be astonished at the answer.
The Marriage of the King's Son: Why frequent reception of the sacraments is necessary for dwelling at the wedding feast.
The Ten Virgins: There's a difference between watching and being prepared for Christ's return. Are you ready?
The Ten Talents: God has given you a special gift. Do you know what it is, and how you should use it?
The Two Debtors: How to know if you are going "through the motions" without Christ's love.
The Good Samaritan: Do you know the most overlooked element of this parable? It may surprise you.
The Rich Fool: Our capacity for self-deception is limitless. Learn the only way to be truly know yourself.
The Barren Fig Tree: Time is running out, and we have one last chance to cultivate virtue. Will you bear fruit in time?
The Great Supper: There's room for all in the heavenly banquet, but not all will find room. Are you making excuses that lead you into isolation?
The Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin: Do you judge others, or do you receive them as Christ did? Why your approach to lost sheep could cost you your soul.
The Prodigal Son: Learn how this famous parable explains why God created mankind and chose to give Himself to us.
The Unjust Steward: The world is filled with evildoers. Are you mirroring the light of Christ?
The Rich Man and Lazarus: Learn the evils of self-sufficiency, and the dangers of taking gifts for granted.
The Unjust Judge: Why you must persevere in prayer despite your continued sins.
The Pharisee and the Publican: Why even though you may not commit great sins, your failure to put faith into action could ruin your soul.