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Dijon. She is twenty-six years old. She died truly consumed with love for Christ, after months of physical and moral suffering. Born in Bourges in 1880, First Prize in piano at thirteen, this young artist is also an incomparable friend to her family.
She entered the Carmel of Dijon on August 2, 1901 and flourished there in the silence of contemplation, radiating with the happiness of a total forgetfulness of self. After a spiritual night, she made her religious profession in 1903, then wrote on November 21, 1904 her prayer "My God, Trinity whom I adore", which has since been celebrated throughout the Christian world. John Paul II beatified her on November 25, 1984. "The structure of his spiritual universe, the content and style of his theological thinking are of unfailing density and consistency" (Mans Urs von Balthasar).
The palette (the spiritual doctrine is broad, of a rare richness and of great topicality. She is "a sure guide" (John Paul II) to learn to live in intimate communion with God at the heart of modern daily life. It is an example of a love that brings deep and lasting happiness. In contemporary interfaith dialogue, she is an extraordinary witness to the Trinity, and this great biography will allow the reader to discover the very heart of this endearing, sensitive and close personality.
A powerful prophet of the Presence of God in every human being, Elizabeth invites the pilgrims of the Absolute to open themselves madly "to the Light, to Love, to Life".
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