Her eyes were “wide open, bright, alive, it is certain that there was an unrivaled beauty on Sister Elizabeth’s face that demonstrated that our sister had used all her substance for God,” said Sister Mary of the Trinity.
Conrad de Meester, O.C.D.
Rien moins que Dieu, Chap. 30
On Tuesday, 18 December 1906, Mother Germaine of Jesus, the prioress of the Carmel of Dijon, signed the circular letter that was sent to all of the Discalced Carmelite monasteries in France and beyond, telling the story of the life, death, and holiness of Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity.
de Meester, C 2017, Rien moins que Dieu : sainte Elisabeth de la Trinité, Presses de la Renaissance, Paris.