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Published by Newman Press in Westminister, Md .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementTranslated and edited by E. Allison Peers, from the critical ed. of P. Silverio de Santa Teresa.
LC ClassificationsBX4700.T4 A31 1950
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (xii, 1006 p.)
Number of Pages1006
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6112018M
LC Control Number52008915

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  Pope John Paul II holds hands with Mother Teresa in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta in a photo. A book of letters written by Mother Teresa of Calcutta reveals for the first time that she. Jesus said to be "Wise as serpents and innocent as doves" and this really applies to St. Teresa of Avila As she was spreading new foundations of monasteries for both men and women of the Carmelite reform that resulted in the Discalced Carmelites she really gave what Jesus said meaning. These foundation ran into plenty of obstacles from day one from both the laity, the clergy, and the episcopate/5(2). Saint Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesús, was a prominent Spanish mystic, Carmelite nun, and writer of the Counter Reformation. She was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered to be, along with John of the Cross, a founder of the Discalced Carmelites/5. I trust this first volume of Saint Teresa's " Letters," now presented to the public, will be read with that profit, interest, and delight which they are so eminently calculated to produce. If volumes filled with the " Life and Correspondence 99 of states- men, poets, philosophers, travellers, military men, &c, be now so universally sought after.

  Compiled and presented by Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C., who knew Mother Teresa for twenty years and is the postulator for her cause for sainthood and director of the Mother Teresa Center, Mother Teresa brings together letters she wrote to her spiritual advisors over decades. A moving chronicle of her spiritual journey—including moments Cited by: Get this from a library! The letters of Saint Teresa of Jesus. [Teresa, of Avila Saint; E Allison Peers; Silverio, of St. Teresa].   Saint Teresa of Jesus of the Andes (Juanita Fernandez Solar) left behind her diary and one hundred and sixty four letters to her family and friends when she passed away at age nineteen. The Writings of Saint Teresa of Jesus of the Andes, a Carmelite nun, is an abridgement of her writings and contain excerpts of her best s: 2.   Letters of Saint Therese of Lisieux, Volume I () St. Therese's letters, a translation of the critical edition of her correspondence, are an unclaimed treasure. In Story of a Soul Therese writes "I find myself at a period in my life when I can cast a glance on the past," but in her letters we accompany her day by day.