A Small House

When we consider Teresa’s good fruits we first think of all seventeen  foundations she made each one becoming “a star shining with great splendor”.  Gillian injects us into the world of Teresa and shows us that her obstacles and doubts are so similar to our own as we make our foundations.  Complaining won’t help: if we see things in decline we should strive to be the kind of edifice from which a new foundation can come.

Gillian Coxhead

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