"O Jesus, who, in Thy cruel Passion didst become the 'reproach of men and the Man of Sorrows,' I worship Thy divine Face. Once it shone with the beauty and sweetness of the Divinity; but now, for my sake, it is become as 'the face of a leper.' Yet, in that disfigured Countenance, I recognize Thy infinite love, and I am consumed with the desire of making Thee loved by all mankind. The tears that …More
"O Jesus, who, in Thy cruel Passion didst become the 'reproach of men and the Man of Sorrows,' I worship Thy divine Face. Once it shone with the beauty and sweetness of the Divinity; but now, for my sake, it is become as 'the face of a leper.' Yet, in that disfigured Countenance, I recognize Thy infinite love, and I am consumed with the desire of making Thee loved by all mankind. The tears that flowed so abundantly from Thy Eyes are to me as precious pearls that I delight to gather, that with their worth I may ransom the souls of poor sinners. O Jesus, whose Face is the sole beauty that ravishes my heart, I may not see here below the sweetness of Thy glance, nor feel the ineffable tenderness of Thy kiss, I bow to Thy Will—but I pray Thee to imprint in me Thy divine likeness, and I implore Thee so to inflame me with Thy love, that it may quickly consume me, and that I may soon reach the vision of Thy glorious Face in heaven. Amen.”
"Eternal Father, since Thou hast given me for my inheritance the Adorable Face of Thy Divine Son, I offer that face to Thee and I beg Thee, in exchange for this coin of infinite value, to forget the ingratitude of souls dedicated to Thee and to pardon all poor sinners." - St. Therese of Lisieux
1 Devotion to the Holy Face
2 Prayers of St. Therese to the Holy Face of Jesus
3 See also Chapter 12 p. 230, pdf p. 250 in the Life of Sister Mary St. Peter Carmelite of Tours

Devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus - Boston Carmel

Saint Therese was introduced to the devotion by Sister Agnes of Jesus. She studied it in a personal way, using the texts of Isaiah (see below). She did …
John A Cassani
A wonderful devotion to the humanity of Our Lord. As an aside, my Mom lived in a house on the grounds of the Boston Carmel until she was 6. The Carmel was, essentially, the parish church for my grandmother’s family, and I think this is the reason that the family maintained the Faith better than most others. They were doing God’s work.