St. Elizabeth of the Trinity

Elizabeth started out as a strong-willed, stubborn child, but she had a great desire to enter the Carmelite monastery in Dijon, France. When she was twenty-one she became a Carmelite, and she found great joy in praying before Jesus in the tabernacle and thinking about the Blessed Trinity. She said that her name in heaven would be Laudem Gloriae, “Praise of Glory,” for she desired to praise God’s glory eternally in whatever way He desired.

Nov. 8

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