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 4.30pm (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.

I would throw myself into the Arms of my Saviour.

I know that He loves the Prodigal Son.

I have heard His words to St Mary Magdalen, to the woman taken in adultery and to the woman of Samaria.

No-one could frighten me, for I know what to believe concerning His Mercy and His Love and I know that all that multitude of sins would disappear in an instant, even as a drop of water cast into a flaming furnace.

Jesus does not ask for great deeds, but only for gratitude and sell-surrender. He has need of our love. He has no need of our works. The same God, Who declares that He has no need to tell us if He be hungry, did not disdain to beg a little water from the Samaritan woman. When He said: “Give me to drink,” (Jn 4:7) He, the Creator of the Universe, asked for the love of His creature. He thirsted for love.

I cried out: “O Jesus, my Love, at last I have found my vocation. My vocation is love! Yes, I have found my place in the bosom of the Church and this place. O my God, Thou hast Thyself given to me: in the heart of the Church, my Mother, I will be LOVE! Thus I shall be all things: thus will my dream be realized…”

I am but a weak and helpless child, yet it is my very weakness which makes me dare to offer myself, O Jesus, as victim to Thy Love. To love Thee, Jesus, is now my only desire. Great deeds are not for me; I cannot preach the Gospel or shed my blood. No matter! I, a little child, stay close to the throne and love Thee for all who are in the strife.