1 edition of Contemporary Carmelite women found in the catalog.
Contemporary Carmelite women
|Statement||Jane Khin Zaw ... [et al.].|
|Series||The Way supplement -- 1997/89, Way (London, England) -- no. 89.|
|Contributions||Khin Zaw, Jane.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
WITH MARY THE MOTHER OF JESUS (Acts 1,14) of us being children of Adam having Mary as Sister. 14 The title would seem to have three great advantages for contemporary Carmelite reflection. It catches the idea, which lies also in Patroness, of Mary’s tender care and of easy and intimate relationships between Carmelites and the Mother of God. The love which Jesus showed for all people prompts us Christians as followers of The Way to try to love others as he did, to become other living, as our Rule of Saint Albert puts it, ‘in allegiance to Jesus Christ’, we Carmelites must engage in the same sort of service our Master was: bringing good news, freedom to the poor, release to captives, the blind, and the oppressed.
The Carmelite Way of Prayer The Carmelite Way of Prayer. Sanny Bruijns the first thing that comes to the mind is the prayer life of Carmelite men and women of the past and the present. in his book about Carmelite prayer, has an interesting part that shows that there are big similarities between contemporary contemplative forms of. The most notable figures are Cardinal Newman, a convert, one of the leading prose writers of his time and also a substantial poet, and the priest-poet Gerard Manley Hopkins, also a convert, although most the latter's works were only published many years after his death. In the early 20th century, G. K. Chesterton, a convert, and Hilaire Belloc.
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Amabili (died ). The Calced Carmelites, too, have furnished excellent works on different branches of mystical theology. Foundations of women. The Carmelite nuns established by St. Teresa spread with marvellous.Fr. Kevin is a friar of the British Province, and was elected Bursar General of the Order in He is an expert in the spirituality of the Carmelite Order in the Middle Ages, particularly the writings of the medieval English Provincial Thomas Netter.