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Founded in the late 12th century, the Carmelite Order has produced some of the greatest saints and spiritual leaders in Christianity. Three Carmelites have been honored as Doctors of the Church—St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, and St. Thérèse of Lisieux—and their spirituality has guided the faithful through the ages. Now, you can discover how Carmelite prayer can enrich your relationshi…

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Despite her lack of formal education, Teresa of Avila became an inspirational mystic, an influential reformer, and the first female Doctor of the Church. Today, her spiritual works are widely acclaimed as timeless masterpieces. Now, guided by Carmelite spirituality expert Dr. Keith Egan, you will explore St. Teresa’s most beloved work, The Interior Castle. As you move through the “dwelling places”…

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St. John of the Cross is one of the most inspiring figures in the history of Christianity: a saint of profound faith, a compelling mystic, and an immensely gifted poet. Now, you can explore his life, teachings, writings, and reflections with a leading Carmelite expert. John of the Cross is perhaps the most famous of the incredibly faithful group of Christians known as mystics. A gentle and compass…

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Great Saint Teresa, the Spanish Carmelite of the sixteenth century, captured the imagination of those seeking God in her own time and beyond. It’s no surprise that she was quickly canonized and, in 1970, became the first woman Doctor of the Church. Teresa of Jesus, as she was known, was a stunning storyteller whose profound books share her innermost struggles to grow in prayer and contemplation. N…

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When Thérèse Martin died not yet twenty five-years old in the small town of Lisieux, no one could have predicted that the Catholic Church would honor her as a saint and Doctor of the Church. Having lived a modest, secluded life, Thérèse thought of herself merely as a “grain of sand” and called herself the Little Flower. Despite her obscurity during her lifetime, however, her posthumously published…

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