St. Therese of the Child Jesus

“I feel that my mission is about to begin, my mission to make God loved as I love Him, to teach souls my little way. It is the way of spiritual childhood, the way of trust and absolute surrender.” -Words spoken by St. Therese on July 17, 1897

Donate Our mission is to teach Catholics and all people of good will how to love God and make Him loved through the Little Way of St. Therese of the Child Jesus. The goal of this work is to teach people St. Therese’s simple and direct way to live with greater serenity and contentment today, and more importantly, how to glorify God more wholeheartedly and get to heaven. This ministry is run solely by dedicated volunteers & our aim is to offer an excellent resource on the life and teachings of St. Therese. If you are able to help us through a donation of any amount to continue doing this important work, we greatly appreciate your support. Please be assured of our daily prayers for each one of you. May God richly bless you.

Paul Fisher, director

Paul Fisher launched his website in July 2011. He did this after reading countless works by and about St. Therese of Lisieux over the past 20 years. He has studied “A Story of A Soul” alone over 40 times during that time. His natural enthusiasm on the topic led to numerous speaking engagements since 2010.


Paul Fisher converted to Catholicism from the Reformed Tradition in 1991. He graduated from


Rutgers University in 1993 with a BA in History/Philosophy and graduated with an MA in Counseling from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 1997. There he met his wife, Maria, and they’ve been married since 1998.


Paul has worked extensively in the counseling field for over 10 years working with autistic and special needs children, addicted populations, and with underprivileged populations.


The purpose of this work is to teach and spread the message of St. Therese. Paul currently resides in Pennsylvania, USA with his wife, Maria. In addition, Paul enjoys traveling and is an avid sports fan with a particular interest in soccer, baseball, and tennis.


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Disclosure: All the writings and recommended resources of this website are in line with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.