Roman Catholic Church:

We are in St Joseph’s Church (El Saladillo), near Camposol and Mazarrón Country Club urbanizations (exit 17, RM3 motorway).

Schedule of Masses:

Saturday: Mass at 4:30 PM (in English).

Schedule of Confessions:  Saturday from 3.15pm-4.20pm. (Also on request).

The Autobiography of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (The Little Flower), a Carmelite sister.

It has ever been my desire to become a Saint, but I have always felt, in comparing myself with the Saints, that I am as far removed from them as the grain of sand is remote from the mountain whose summit is lost in the clouds. Instead of being discouraged, I concluded that God would not inspire desires which could not be realized and that I may aspire to sanctity in spite of my littleness. For me to become great is impossible. I must bear with myself and my many imperfections, but I will seek out a means of getting to Heaven by a little way—very short and very straight; a little way that is wholly new.

Well, I mean to try and find a lift by which I may be raised unto God, for I am too tiny to climb the steep stairway of perfection. I have sought to find in Holy Scripture some suggestion as to what this lift might be, which I so much desired, and I read these words:

“Whosoever is a little one, let him come to Me.” (Proverbs 9:4).

Then I drew near to God, feeling sure that I had discovered what I sought, but wishing to know further what He would do to the little one, I continued my search and this is what I found:

“You shall be carried at the breasts and upon the knees; as one whom the mother caresses, so will I comfort you.” (cf. Isaiah 66:12-13).

Never have I been consoled by words more tender and sweet.

Your Arms, then, O Jesus, are the lift which must raise me up even unto Heaven.