“Fewer Saints could be more different than Therese of Lisieux and Benedict of Nursia. One was a teenage girl in nineteenth century France; the other the sixth century founder of Western monasticism. Benedict lived to a ripe old age and was honored by popes and monarchs; Therese died young in the obscurity of her provincial convent. Despite their differences, the lives and writings of Benedict and Therese complement one another beautifully. Benedict is like a grandfather in the family of the faith, while Therese is a little child. He represents the wisdom of age; she stands for the wisdom of innocence.” – From the book: Saint Benedict and Saint Therese – The Little Rule and the Little Way by Fr. Dwight Longenecker
In this incredible course, learn how these two extraordinarily different Saints join forces through their writings, lives, and prayers to enrich the whole Church and each one of us, if we will but open up our hearts to them!