Posted by: catholicrelics | October 8, 2009

Night Vigil in Walsingham

Originally uploaded by Catholic Church (England and Wales).

“For me, prayer means a launching of the heart towards God, it means lifting-up one’s eyes quite simply,  to Heaven, a cry of grateful love from the crest of joy or the trough of despair.” St Therese of Lisieux

Night Vigil in Walsingham welcomed over a thousand pilgrims, and was guided through with reflections on Therese’s message and her significance to our lives today:

Therese’s Mission of Love in the Heart of the Church.

The Little Way of St Therese.

Therese on suffering – Prayers for the sick, the dying and all souls in purgatory.

Reflection on unique relationship of St Faustina and St Therese, intercession invoking God’s mercy and

Eucharistic healing.

Reflection on Therese’s Act of Offering to Merciful Love.

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