For the feast day of her prioress in 1902, St. Elizabeth of the Trinity wrote: "Infinite Being! Depth unsoundable! Delighted, lost in Your Divinity — O Trinity, God thrice-immutable, We see Yourself in Your own clarity."
We recall the anniversary of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity's Confirmation on 8 June 1891 in the Church of Notre-Dame of Dijon, with eyewitness testimony provided by her biographer, Father Conrad de Meester, O.C.D.
At the foot of your Cross, Beloved… Jesus, my crucified Love I just told you again to take My heart without ever giving it back to me...
We learn about the great physical suffering of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity in the final three weeks of her life as she lost her senses of taste and smell and experienced acute inflammation.
We can say without exaggeration that few young girls have loved her Lord Jesus. In order to find her Beloved, she walked through the very heart of the desert...
On the 7th and 8th of November, she kept almost constant silence, but you could still hear: "I am going to Light, to Love, to Life!"
Read the story of how St. Elizabeth of the Trinity was originally destined to enter the Carmel of Paray-le-Monial
This practice of the presence of God is the holiest, the surest, the easiest, and the most efficacious form of prayer
I, Sister Mary Elizabeth of the Trinity, make my profession, and I promise chastity, poverty and obedience to God
We sense in her the Fire of the Spirit
I saw my child so recollected, so earnest