If things fall apart at the human level of the Church, we actually need St. Therese of Lisieux more than any other modern saint.  Was St. Therese just the “cute” saint of French rhetoric,  or was she the secret weapon of light God gave us to face the dark warnings of Fatima?  We consider her post-humous intercession in an exorcism that happened in 1928 in Iowa and consider how confidence in the goodness of God is the virtue between the vices of Pelagianism and Quietism.  As St. Augustine wrote, “God provides the wind; man must raise the sail.”