(1846-1878) by Catherine St-Pierre. The extraordinary life of a privileged soul, the "Little Arab," who founded the Carmelite convent in Bethlehem and died there at the age of thirty-two. A soul of singular grace and virtue, she distinguished herself with her humility, obedience and charity. The life of this Carmelite missionary nun was a long martyrdom of love. It constitutes one of the most extraordinary mystical adventures in the history of the Church. 176 pages, many illustrations.