From sr Genevieve (Celine) to sr Francoise-Therese (Leonie) - March 27, 1940

From sr Genevieve (Celine) to sr Francoise-Therese (Leonie) - March 27, 1940

J. + M.

P.C.                                                                              Carmel of Lisieux 27th March 1940

Dear little sister,

We received your dear little letter and the one from your dearest Mother. Our Mother has asked me to tell her that she is going to see to the poor unstable person from Bayeux, and that she need not worry about it anymore. She thanks her kindly for her letters.

As for Marie of the S. Heart’s letters, we’ll make copies of them, but alas, dear little Sr Marie of the Incarnation has gone back to the clinic. She is going to have her gallbladder removed. We were counting on her to do the copying. If we think we’ll have to keep them for a long time, we’ll send them back to you and ask you for them again at a later date.

I’ve just been sent an Easter egg. Open it, see what’s inside! Our Mother says that you’ll like it. Make what use of it you like. (It represented Thérèse and Céline. It will become Léonie and . . .)

I send you lots of love and kisses.

Sr Geneviève of the Holy Face u.c.n.