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Revealing the Mystical; St. Teresa of Avila's Interior Castle

A Mystical Saint Talks

One tends to reminisce about our own spiritual experiences while reading the Interior Castle and which of the seven mansions described by St. 1,127 more words

Saints

Ten New Ways to Pray

The following post is by Amy Ekeh. Amy is a freelance writer from Milford, Connecticut, where she writes her blog amyekeh.com. She is a retreat director and instructor in the Archdiocese of Hartford’s Biblical School. 2,103 more words

Prayer

Reflection 1.18.17

In order to make advance in prayer… we must remember that the business of prayer does not consist in thinking much but in loving much.  Do therefore whatever may excite you most to love.  109 more words

Reflections

Saintly Inspirations

“Those who walked closest to Christ were those who had to bear the greatest trials.”

~ St. Teresa of Avila

Saints

"Laughter came from every brick" poem by St. Teresa of Avila

Just these two words He spoke

changed my life,
“Enjoy Me.”
What a burden I thought I was to carry –
a crucifix, as did He. 50 more words

Writing

The Way Of Nothing ...

Saint John of the Cross (Spanish: San Juan de la Cruz; 1542[1] – 14 December 1591) was a major figure of the Catholic… 280 more words

The Inner Struggle

Two Cloaks

“Christ has no hands on earth but yours.” -St. Teresa of Avila

During this season of Advent, I have been following Bishop Robert Barron’s Daily Advent Reflections. 215 more words