A Letter to Emérentienne Therrien Roy from Achille Therrien – 1916
Was Fr. Pierre-Célestin, aka, Achille Therrien, a saint? He inspired Therese Roy in life and liberated her through his death. The letter to Emérentienne Therrien Roy from Achille Therrien, written in May 1916 was a sketch for what was to follow.
Translated text of letter from Achille Therrien, boarder at the Petit Seminaire de Quebec, to his sister, Emérentienne Therrien, of Thetford Mines, Province of Québec, Canada dated 2 May 1916. Translated by Pierre Bédard.
I remember well when an old beggar named “Bonhomme Vallé” baptized you “Mademoiselle la Tanante.” It would please me to call you that today, if the black angel of death had not come . . . Continue reading →
Very proud to announce the publishing of my third book which just went live on amazon.com – Amabilis of Sainte Croix, a Québecois woman’s memoires spanning the experiences of four generations from the late 19th to the mid 20th century in rural Québec province. Amabilis’s point . . . Continue reading →