The Crucible of Love: A Study of the Mysticism of St. Teresa of Jesus and St. John of the Cross
A primer of prayer and a portrait of the Christian as he might be: pilgrim, yes, but already united in contemplation with the God who is both the Beginning and End of the Christian's journey.
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The Two Carmelite Saints
The Christian Aim
The Divine Dispensation and the Human Response
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