Due to the extent of the spread of COVID-19, and in line with government and church directives, the pilgrimage of the relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux and her parents Sts Louis and Zélie Martin has been suspended. Regrettably there will no longer be any opportunity for individual or public veneration. The relics will repose under the care of the Carmelite Sisters pending their return to Lisieux. Live streaming of the relics is available at the links below.

Access live streaming of the Relics from Melbourne. Click here!

Upcoming events:

  • Monday 6 April, 5.30 pm to 7 pm: Evening Prayer and brief talk by Sr Paula
  • Tuesday 7 April, 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm: Evening Prayer

11.30am Mass - Saturday 4 April, Carmelite Monastery

Mass from the Carmelite Monastery in the presence of the Relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux and her parents Sts Louis and Zélie Martin.

About the Pilgrimage

Here you can find a documentary on St Thérèse, insight from Fr Brian Lucas, plus some testimonials and information from the communities the Relics have visited so far.

Support mission programs that are inspired by St Thérèse

Thérèse’s self-proclaimed ‘little way’ of showing God's love through modest altruism has inspired others to follow her example. She found her mission in showing love to all those around her.

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St Thérèse inspires a life of legacy

St Thérèse teaches us that God is everywhere—in every situation and person—and in the ordinary, simple details of life. She shows us that we can love God in simple acts of kindness and love for others. Learn more about leaving a lasting legacy and being a part of mission in the world.

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Pilgrimage Resources for Schools and Parishes

Here find a range of useful tools and resources to be used individually or by parishes and schools to learn more about St Therese and her parents.

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