Thérèse, often called "The Little Flower," was an intelligent and loving child, but she experienced deep suffering and anxiety. In 1886, Jesus answered Thérèse's struggle for peace. "I felt, in a word, charity enter my heart, the need to forget myself to make others happy," she described. Thérèse soon became a Carmelite nun but died at 24, promising to "send down a shower of roses" from Heaven.
+ St. Thérèse of Lisieux is the patron saint of loss of parents, missions, youth, florists, and France + measures approximately 1.25 x 0.75 inches
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