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SHRINE OF ALENÇON (France):


The place where blessed Louis and Zelie Martin, parents of St. Therese, the little flower, spent their married life.

The birthplace of Saint Therese.

 


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To help you on your pilgrimage with Louis, Zélie and Thérèse, this site will give you all the practical information you need, as well as brief descriptions of the places where they lived and of the Basilica which is dedicated to them. Learn more…

 

On this site you can find out what the lives of Louis, Zélie and their daughter Thérèse teach us, and use them as models of saintliness. Learn more…

 

Each day you can pray with them, for your life as a married couple, your children or your family. This site will suggest aids to prayer. Learn more…

 

News from the sanctuary

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10

mai

2014

Pope Francis : "Married life is a tremendous path to sanctity", as Louis and Zelie Martin

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09

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2014

Pietro Schilirò’s Words on the Occasion of His Meeting with Pope Francis

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Pietro Schilirò is the child who was healed by God after the prayer of his parents and relatives to Blessed Louis and Zelie Martin. This healing has been officially recognized as a miracle, and it led to the beatification of the Martin spouses. 

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2013

Welcome to all the English-speaking community

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Dears netizens,

our website dedicated to the Blessed Louis and Zélie Martin and to their daughter St. Thérèse has received approximately 6 000 visitors from all over the world since June 21st, the day it was launched !

It provides a dynamic and vibrant link conveying the conjugal and family message that Louis and Zélie are proposing.

All contacts, research, prayer requests that are sent by the Internet users are a tool for promoting the Sanctuary far beyond our borders and they invite you to come to Alençon to experience a pilgrimage in the Martin family’s footsteps and discover the places where they lived and contemplate the example they set for us.

Today we are reaching a further stage as we are launching the English version of our website and I am pleased to welcome all the English-speaking users that will surf on the website more easily thanks to this version. I take this opportunity to warmly thank Victoria Goodsman and  Christin Elbournefor translations.

 

Welcome to all the English-speaking community that is going to join us through this website! May the discovery of Louis and Zélie’s life inspire you to consider that marriage and the family are good news and a way to holiness in everyday life.

I wish that everyone of you will enjoy visiting our website and following Louis and Zélie Martin. I assure you of my prayers and look forward to welcoming you in Alençon very soon!

 

Mgr Jacques Habert,

Evêque de Séez

 

 

Chers internautes,

 

Depuis le 21 juin, jour du lancement, notre site  dédié aux Bienheureux Louis et Zélie Martin et à leur fille Ste Thérèse,  a accueilli aux environs de 6000 visiteurs venus des 4 coins du monde !

 

C’est un lien  dynamique  et vivant autour du message conjugal et familial  que nous proposent Louis et Zélie !

 

Les contacts, les demandes et recherches,  les intentions de prière envoyées par  les internautes  font connaitre le Sanctuaire  bien au-delà de nos frontières et vous invitent à venir à Alençon pour vivre un temps de pèlerinage sur les pas de la famille Martin, découvrir les lieux où ils ont vécu et l’exemple qu’ils ont donné!

 

Aujourd’hui, nous franchissons une nouvelle étape en proposant la version en langue anglaise de notre site  et je suis heureux d’accueillir tous les anglophones qui « navigueront » plus facilement grâce à cette traduction!

J’en profite pour remercier chaleureusement Victoria Goodsman et Christin Elbourne pour leur travail  bénévole de traduction. 

 

Bienvenue à tous les anglophones qui vont nous rejoindre grâce au site ! Que la découverte de la vie de Louis et Zélie vous encourage à croire que le mariage et la famille sont  une bonne nouvelle et des chemins de sainteté au quotidien !

 

A chacun d’entre vous, je souhaite un bon « surf » sur les pas de Louis et Zélie Martin  et vous assure de ma  prière  en espérant vous accueillir prochainement à Alençon !

 

Mgr Jacques Habert,

Evêque de Séez

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