Teresa of Avila

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Noun1.Teresa of Avila - Spanish mystic and religious reformer; author of religious classics and a Christian saint (1515-1582)
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Most of us mortals are not mystics like Francis of Assisi, Theresa of Avila, John of the Cross or Angela Merici, who had direct experiences of God.
Theresa of Avila, for example," and insisted "despite the inaccuracies, that we actually take this sort of thing seriously.
Theresa of Avila (Avila), in which she ends her essay on her Avila visit with the words of the saint-solo Dios basta (God alone suffices).
Theresa of Avila said: "Christ has no body now on earth but ours.
For example, the incongruity of having an Anglican priestess in Roman collar give a teaching on Saint Theresa of Avila some time ago.
Theresa of Avila (who became a patron of Spain) did not have a clear presence, but the Spanish Jesuits of St.
There are so many local saints and holy men and women who inspire Catholics (and Anglicans in many cases) - think of St Augustin of Hippo, St Francis of Assisi, St Theresa of Avila, St Patrick, the Gospel Saints.
Another gravity-defying saint was Theresa of Avila, born in 1515.
The first deals with "Creating Sacred Space" in harmony with the Order's origins and especially with the reforms of the 16th century's Theresa of Avila.