calced


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calced

(kælst)
adj
wearing shoes
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Adj.1.calced - used of certain religious orders who wear shoes
discalceate, discalced, unshod - (used of certain religious orders) barefoot or wearing only sandals; "discalced friars"
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The text includes multiple descriptions of John being led from his cell into the Carmelite refectory for his meals, where the Calced Carmelites are required to beat him.
John was kidnapped (kidnapped!) by the Calced Carmelites, who didn't like his involvement with the reforming Discalced Carmelites, only to be cast aside in the end by the reformers for being too moderate.
Curiously enough, with respect to the poet-saint's Jonah-like descent into the darkness of Andalucia, we can even situate Philip II somewhere up north near the light of the great Mother of the Discalced Carmelites; this is because none other than Saint Teresa herself had written to the King on San Juan's behalf, urging that he intercede and free her favorite confessor from his imprisonment by his Calced enemies at Toledo.
In 1585 Pedro de Padilla (1540?-1600?) published his Jardin espiritual, a collection of religious poems, probably on the occasion of his joining the order of the Calced Carmelites in Madrid.