The apostolic process does not complete the ordinary process, it repeats it: same judges, same testimonies, same witnesses. Well almost, because eight of the witnesses of the first trial died. The war prevented hearing two key witnesses, the Scottish Thomas Nimmo Taylor and the Italian bishop of Nardò; it obliges to make the audition of the Prémontré Madelaine in her Belgian exile. Few new witnesses, only one who knew Thérèse, the priest who received his last confession. The testimonies change a little, because the interrogation has changed. It is more specific on the virtues, because, six or seven years apart, memories came back, points were deepened, as evidenced by the serious preparatory documentation of the Carmelites. The present has also changed: in 1911, the Carmel had identified 50 ex-votos; there are 460 in 1917. The war passed by there. Mother Agnès submits two new documents. One concerns the "Way of Spiritual Childhood", an exposition read at the trial on the way in which she understood the doctrine of her sister (text written in fact by Sr. Isabelle of the Sacred Heart). The other is entitled: “In what milieu Sister Thérèse of the Child Jesus sanctified herself in the Carmel of Lisieux. This is a charge against the former prioress, Marie de Gonzague. The aim was no doubt to dramatize the life of his sister in the Carmel, like the Last interviews had done for his death. But Mother Agnès did not realize that she was bringing here a document which, never quoted but always used, was going to feed a dark legend which would develop as a counterpoint to Teresian hagiography.  Claude Langlois historian