Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
Feast Day: October 1
Patron Saint of: Florists, missionaries, pilots, priests
The youngest daughter of Sts. Zélie and Louis Martin, Thérèse became a cloistered Carmelite nun in Lisieux, France, at age fifteen. She struggled painfully yet quietly with tuberculosis until her death at age twenty-four. Her “little way” of making small, quiet sacrifices with love reminds us that sainthood is achievable each time we allow God to draw us out of ourselves.
These are quite laborious to make, but come out so beautifully. We loved them so much and knew not everyone would be up for the task so we made them for you!