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  1. St. Teresa of Avila

    St. Teresa of Avila

    Foreword by: Regina Marie Gorman, O.C.D. Introduction by: Kieran Kavanaugh, O.C.D.

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    Her Life in Letters

    Foreword by: Regina Marie Gorman, O.C.D.

    Introduction by: Kieran Kavanaugh, O.C.D.

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  2. Jerome Gratian

    Jerome Gratian

    Carlos Ros (Author) and John McGowan (Translator)

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    St Teresa of Avila's Friend

    Carlos Ros (Translated by John McGowan OCD)

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  3. PRAYING WITH ST TERESA: Through the Way of Perfection
  4. Peace in Prayer: Wisdom from Teresa of Avila
  5. St. Teresa of Avila

    St. Teresa of Avila

    Forbes, F A

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  6. LET NOTHING TROUBLE YOU

    LET NOTHING TROUBLE YOU

    McCaffrey, Eugene OCD

    £8.50

    28 March 2015 marks the fifth centenary of the birth of St Teresa of Avila. Let Nothing Trouble You explores her remarkable story and the influence of this charming, attractive, witty woman, who fits as easily into the twenty-first century as into the sixteenth. Teresa belongs to everyone. She openly shares her humanity with us and teaches us how to make our own dreams come true. Learn More
  7. The Inward Path to God - A Prayer Journey with St Teresa of Avila
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    his book explores Teresa of Avila's call to pray more deeply and more contemplatively for seekers today. Learn More
  8. Towards Mystical Union
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    This book is a modern commentary on the great Christian mystical text The Interior Castle, written by St Teresa of Avila in sixteenth century Spain. It seeks to encourage and assist modern pilgrims towards a more heart-centred, contemplative and intimate relationship with God through presenting and exploring the saint's own spiritual writings and guidance.

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  9. The Interior Castle

    The Interior Castle

    Teresa, Saint

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  10. The Life of St Teresa of Avila by Herself
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    Born in the Castilian town of Avila in 1515, Teresa entered the Carmelite convent of the Incarnation when she was twenty-one. Tormented by illness, doubts and self-recrimination, she gradually came to recognize the power of prayer and contemplation - her spiritual enlightenment was intensified by many visions and mystical experiences. Learn More

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