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A visit to the basilica, the house where Saint Theresa lived and the carmel in Lisieux. The visit must be done by car because the places are far from each other.
The visit presents different places of Saint Therese's life in the city of Lisieux and the basilica that was dedicated to her after her death.
This young girl was born into a very pious family, entered the orders at the age of fifteen and died at twenty-four. On the day of her funeral, surrounded only by her family, a nun said: "There was nothing to say about her; she was very kind and very self-effacing, she was never noticed, I would never have suspected her holiness. It was her writings that made her famous a little later. Miracles and healings would then occur at her tomb, which would lead to her canonization.
\But above all, I feel that my mission is about to begin, my mission to make people love the good God as I love Him, to give my little way to souls. If the good Lord grants my wishes, my Heaven will be spent on earth until the end of the world. Yes, I want to spend my Heaven doing good on earth" (CJ 17.7)