Carolina Catholic chats with Quinn and Brooks Robinson about their sister, Rosie, The Little Flower of Nashville

For our second show in March, Tara Lewis and I chat with Quinn and Brooks Robinson, brothers of Rosemary Thérèse, "Rosie," who at age 17 was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Despite this, she played sports and went to school offering it all up for the good of others. After her death at age 19 in 2021, her parents read her prayer journal. In it, she wrote only nine days after her cancer diagnosis, “I want to save souls including my own.” Her story is recalled in the book, The Little Flower of Nashville.

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