The monastery has undergone many modifications since its creation following the hurricane of glory of Thérèse (enlargement of the chapel, construction of the chapel of the shrine, installation of memories of Thérèse in special places, development of the reception for the pilgrims, etc.), following the Second Vatican Council (transformation of the chapel to allow the new form of mass and concelebrations).
In 2002, after an in-depth community reflection, it was decided to create a new building to allow living spaces adapted to the contemporary world: new cells and new community places (oratory, kitchen, refectory, community hall).
The workshops have been moved to the historic part, which thus remains an integral part of the life of the community. The archives of Saint Thérèse have been moved and are now accessible to researchers at the entrance to the monastery and can be managed by a lay archivist.