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Chicago resident Marcia Whitney-Schenck portrays several historical Catholics including Saint ThŽrse of Lisieux (1873-1897), pictured in costume at St. John Cantius Parish on Friday, August 9th. The French Saint became a Carmelite nun at the early age of 15, died of tuberculosis at 24 and was canonized in 1925 by Pope Pius XI. Nicknamed " The Little Flower of Jesus", she is perhaps best known for The History of a Soul, her published diary. © 2013 Brian J. Morowczynski ViaPhotos

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Chicago resident Marcia Whitney-Schenck portrays several historical Catholics including Saint ThŽrse of Lisieux (1873-1897), pictured in costume at St. John Cantius Parish on Friday, August 9th. The French Saint became a Carmelite nun at the early age of 15, died of tuberculosis at 24 and was canonized in 1925 by Pope Pius XI. Nicknamed " The Little Flower of Jesus", she is perhaps best known for The History of a Soul, her published diary. © 2013 Brian J. Morowczynski ViaPhotos<br />
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For use in a single edition of Catholic New World Publications, Archdiocese of Chicago. Further use and/or distribution may be negotiated separately. <br />
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Contact ViaPhotos at 708-602-0449 or email brian@viaphotos.com.