This is the name often given to 19th Century French Saint Thérèse de Lisieux, after whom Abergele’s beautiful Catholic church is named.
Built in Clwyd Avenue and opened in 1934, the architect was an Italian called Signor Dr. Giuseppe Rinvolucri. He also designed churches in places such as Ludlow and Amlwch and, according to my father, he lived for quite a while in a house just above Glan Conwy.
“The plan is of a Greek cross, with a dome and round apses.” – http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/922843
You can read a 1932 news story about the then new church in this web archive of The Tablet: “an impressive setting for the opening ceremonies on Thursday of last week. The procession from the temporary church to the new building was witnessed by a large crowd, and fully five hundred persons formed the congregation.”
This beautiful Church is one of Abergele’s gems.