The Guardian: Thousands wait at Portsmouth cathedral to see remains of St Thérèse
The Catholic Herald: The greatest saint of modern times
Thérèse of Lisieux portal
The Daily Telegraph: Relics of Carmelite nun St Thérèse on tour
St Thérèse of Liseux: who was she?
The relics and bones that bring us closer to God
BBC News: Saint’s remains arrive for tour
Reuters: Saint’s relics heading for Wormwood Scrubs
The Independent: Why are the relics of St Thérèse such a holy hit?
ZENIT: Military Man to Organize Thérèse of Lisieux Tour
Andrew, Have you ever seen the lovely French film “Therese”, directed by Alain Cavalier?
I did many years ago, & the delicate memory of it remains. Thanks for this interesting news.
I haven’t seen it; I’ll have to see if I can find it on dvd.
Yes, but why isn’t she coming North of the Border?
You wanted devolution: Now you paddle your own canoe!
Yes, it’s availble on dvd.
Aye, but devolution ain’t federalism… and the issue of the Scottish and English Bishops not always talking to each other was around before 1999!! ;-P
If you think the present day is cosmopolitan, just remember that an Austrian Catholic Jew was once a governor in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
1:40pm 30 Sep 2016
50 years ago it was the third poorest country in Africa; today it is the sixth richest. Botswana & hereditary power… twitter.com/i/web/status/78183…
12:33pm 30 Sep 2016
“Where we may have failed we take the blame. Where we succeeded we thank God.” — Pres. Ian Khama today #BotswanaAt50 pic.twitter.com/Mp5wxdzTYQ
9:31am 30 Sep 2016
Today Botswana, the best-run state in Africa, celebrates fifty years since assuming the mantle of sovereignty. #BotswanaAt50
9:29am 30 Sep 2016