Teresa of Avila
"Fr. Kavanaugh skillfully selects and arranges passages from Saint Teresa's writings, which tell both the story of her prayer and the content of her contemplation. These selections permit us to 'taste and see' God's self-revelation to a woman totally surrendered to God living theology, in other words.”
Kevin Culligan, O.C.D.
Institute of Carmelite Studies, Chicago, IL.
"Kieran Kavanaugh, who has given us such fine contemporary translations of Teresa, here focuses on the rich content of Teresa's contemplation, seen through a prism of many colors, from the darkness of the abyss to the bright light of the interior Sun.”
Author of Teresa of Avila: Mystical Writings
About the Author
Carmelite priest Kieran Kavanaugh has taught spiritual theology at The Catholic University of America and been a contributor to the Catholic Encyclopedia. The translator of the works of Teresa into English, he lived in Avila and traveled Spain, tracing Teresa's journey to the towns and cities of her foundations. He currently lives in Washington, D.C.
|Author||Kieran Kavanaugh, OCD (ed.)|
|Publication Date||Feb 28, 2003|