way of perfection, and conceptions of divine love. by Teresa of Avila

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Published by E. Dunigan and brother in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Perfection -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church,
  • God -- Worship and love

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Other titlesConceptions of divine love.
StatementBy Saint Teresa. Translated from the Spanish by the Rev. John Dalton.
ContributionsDalton, John, 1814-1874, tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX2179.T3 E5 1852
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 274 p.
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6428356M
LC Control Number41039790
OCLC/WorldCa6541765

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The Way of Perfection is a practical guide to prayer setting forth the Saint's counsels and directives for the attainment of spiritual perfection. Through the entire work there runs the author's desire to teach a deep and lasting love of prayer beginning with a treatment of the three essentials of the prayer-filled life -- fraternal love.

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Since Teresa’s other writings, both her Life and the Interior Castle, were not available to her nuns, her confessor Fray Domingo Bañez commanded her to write yet another book which would guide the nuns in prayer.

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It is understandable, then, that we ­question the usefulness of the traditional language of the divine attributes. The notion of divine perfection, for instance, insists on God’s infinity and eternity.

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More and more today, Teresa's instructions speak to all those interested in prayer, providing them with basic guidelines for praying and showing how to avoid potential pitfalls.

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CHAP. IIITHE PERFECTION OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE #   The dictation of Jesus shows us the quiet way to sanctity through devotion to daily duty.

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