Wednesday, October 1, 2008

St. Therese feastday!! :-D

(video taken from Cy's blog last year)

Sorry this was posted soooo late. I would've made a video myself, but I haven't had the time lately. :-)
I remember the first time (I mean, second time :-P) I saw this movie... It was with some of my friends at the movie theater when it first came out. It was supposed to be just with friends, but the mothers insisted that they would go. We all went in with that 'okay... I wonder what this movie is kinda about' feeling, and came out with tears. (or, at least the moms did)
I have to say that my favorite parts were when St. Therese and her sisters really treated each other like good siblings. ;-) Like the many times when Celine cheered her up (in school) and gave up entering the convent sooner so that Therese wouldn't have to stay to take care of her father... and when Pauline helped her in (home)schooling her(!!). And when they all prayed for her when she was sick and the time when they all performed the play about St. Joan of Arc!
I really love the soundtrack of this movie! It really fits her. It was nice to know that it was composed by another nun named after St. Therese. Another interesting fact to know is that the actress (who played St. Therese...and I can't remember her name) became converted and took the name Faustina Therese. :-) Has anyone else out there seen it? :-)


Esther said...

Happy Feast Day CT!

Aunty E.

Anonymous said...

St. Thérèse, we love you...!
The movie doesn't look at all accurate, but it's nice, I guess :P

Thomas Mary James Gette said...

Seen the movie love it!

Soon I will be posting a blog on how Therese came into my life using the movie!

Saint Therese...we love you! Thank you!

Charity Therese said...

Thanks Aunty Esther, hope you had a great day. :-)

Anonymous~ Hope you had a great day too! The video that I posted above only includes some of the parts of the real movie called Therese

Thomas Mary James Gette~ Great! Can't wait for your post! :-)

Elena said...

I haven't seen the movie but I would love to see it.