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Miracle of Saint Therésè

Author: André HaguetH André LegrandPaul de Saint-AndréFrance DescautJean DebucourtAll authors
Publisher: Fort Collins, CO : Distributed by Ignatius Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A reverent rendition of the story of a young girl who became an inspiration to the French people. At age 14 she was denied permission by her father to be allowed to enter the convent of Lisieux. Therese then publicly petitioned Pope Leo III for his acceptance, and with his blessing she joined the order of the Carmelites. Tragically, she died of tuberculosis at age 24. However, her spiritual passion did not go  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographical films
Feature films
Drama
Named Person: Thérèse, de Lisieux Saint; Thérèse, de Lisieux Saint
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: André Haguet; H André Legrand; Paul de Saint-André; France Descaut; Jean Debucourt; Valentine Tessier; Suzanne Flon; Paris-Studios-Cinema.; Ellis Films Inc.; Ignatius Press.
ISBN: 9781586172374 1586172379
OCLC Number: 182761087
Language Note: English and Spanish audio tracks; originally in French.
Notes: DVD release of the 1996 Ivy Classics Video videocassette release of the 1959 motion picture.
Credits: Music conducted by Maurice-Paul Guillot.
Cast: France Descaut, Jean Debucourt, Valentine Tessier, Suzanne Flon.
Description: 1 videodisc (92 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 1/2 in.
Details: DVD; NTSC, region 1.
Other Titles: Teresa di Lisieux.
Miracle of St. Therese
Responsibility: Ellis Films ; Paris Studios Cinema ; scenario by H. Andre Legrand and André Haguet ; produced by Paul de Saint-Andre ; directed by André Haguet.

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A reverent rendition of the story of a young girl who became an inspiration to the French people. At age 14 she was denied permission by her father to be allowed to enter the convent of Lisieux. Therese then publicly petitioned Pope Leo III for his acceptance, and with his blessing she joined the order of the Carmelites. Tragically, she died of tuberculosis at age 24. However, her spiritual passion did not go unrecognized, and in 1925 she was canonized as the second patron saint of France (the first being Joan of Arc).

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