Posted by: catholicrelics | October 5, 2009

New video clips on the St Therese relics tour

This is something of a bulk upload of links to videos on our streams that focus on the visit of the relics of St Therese – a bit like a St Therese mini film festival! So, here we go:

A Carmelite Sister on Therese

Sr Therese of Jesus Carmelite

Sister Marie Therese of Jesus talks about Therese’s message of ‘simplicity and love’.

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Testimony of graces

Fr Stephen Watson

Fr Stephen Watson from Sunderland shares some of the graces he’d witnessed being received during the visit of the relics of St Therese of Lisieux to Newcastle.

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St Andrew’s Church, Newcastle – queuing to see St Therese

Queuing

Did you come to the see the relics of St Therese in Newcastle? You might see yourself in this footage of the people waiting in the queue…

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Radio coverage brings songwriter to Therese

songwriter

Kathy, a singer/songwriter from Scotland – originally New York – travelled down from north of the border on pilgrimage to see the relics of St Therese in Newcastle.

“St Theresa represents love and that’s really why I’m here. I feel I was called in a most unusual way”

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Bishop of Newcastle’s homily

Bishop Seamus Cunningham

The Rt Rev Seamus Cunningham Bishop of Newcastle preaches this homily on St Therese of Lisieux.

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Piper welcomes relics to Newcastle

bagpipes

Ever heard Amazing Grace played on the bagpipes? Now’s your chance. In this clip, you can hear a piper welcoming St Therese to Newcastle.

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Veneration of the relics – Newcastle

Veneration in Newcastle

The veneration of relics is found in many religions and is rooted in the natural human instinct to treat with reverence anything connected with those we love who have died.

In this short clip, we can see visitors to St Therese in Newcastle venerating her relics.

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Double joy for birthday Sister

Sr Teresa on her birthday

The joy of visiting York Minster on 1st October was two-fold for Sr Teresa as she was celebrating her birthday at the same time as visiting St Therese of Lisieux!

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Knights of St Columba consider casket carrying “once in a lifetime opportunity”

Knights of St Columba

It was the task of six members of the Knights of St Columba to carry the casket holding the relics of St Therese into Middlesbrough’s Catholic Cathedral. Grand Knight of St Columba for the area, Martin Allinson, shares what the experience meant to him.

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Visitors venerate the relics at Middlesbrough Cathedral

Veneration in Middlesbrough

Says it all really! Great musical backdrop too.

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Mum of four inspired by St Therese

Mum-of-four Becky

Mum of four, Becky, finds inspiration from Therese’s way of finding and serving God in the ordinariness of the everyday.

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Bishop of Middlesbrough on St Therese

Bishop Terry Drainey of Middlesbrough

Just before the relics of St Therese of Lisieux left Middlesbrough Diocese, Bishop Terry Drainey reflected on how the experience had been “like having an old friend come to visit who you’d always welcome to come back”.

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