The Love That Keeps Us Sane
by Marc Foley
Wednesdays at 10:00am in the Parish House
This short volume offers a portrayal of St. Thérèse of Lisieux as a real person who experienced and dealt with all the vicissitudes and trials of the human condition.
What distinguished her, however, was her capacity to deal with the absurdities of daily life without losing perspective. Her great gift was the ability to see everything in the light of eternity, and it was this insight that helped her to keep all things their proper proportion.
In this volume, her gift is shared with readers who are encouraged to embrace her view as they attempt to keep sane amid the struggles of everyday living.
Join us Wednesdays at 10am in the Parish House living room for conversation, cookies, and coffee. (And join us for Mass and Morning Prayer at 9am in the Chapel, if you are able!) Everyone is welcome.