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St. John of the Cross

E. Allison Peers

St. John of the Cross

and other lectures and addresses 1920-1945.

by E. Allison Peers

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Published by Faber in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • John, -- of the Cross, Saint, -- 1542-1591.

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18755979M

    Reform, however, caused friction within the order and led to his imprisonment, first in and again in at Toledowhere he wrote some of his finest poetry. It is not a good place for one who is unfamiliar with St. In his major works, therefore, St. Without doubt John's eyes are fixed on God, but the living God, not a counterfeit domesticated and betrayed by human projections. Contact information. John of the Cross, this article is meant to be especially for you.

    If the very mention of the saint's name usually gives rise to feelings in you that are a cause to St. John of the Cross book, and yet you have lingered to read this far, I hope this article will be equally as much for you. What follows, will, I pray, give you some insights, recommendations and guidelines for your own study of the works of this Doctor of the Church. He enrolled at the university in Salamanca in the school of arts for the years to and in the theological course, There are three phases: It begins with the halcyon days of first conversion, when the gifts of creation, especially other human beings, lead the person into deeper appreciation and love of God; then there is the eclipse of that optimism in the purifying dark nights; finally the journey culminates in divine union, when transcendence and incarnation are complete and the divine and the human interpenetrate. Anyone who only wants something misses out on everything! John describes the dark night of the spirit.

    The Rule and Constitutions called likewise for fasts and total abstinence from flesh meat; poverty in the type of dwelling, clothing, and food; enclosure and withdrawal from the world. But, shrinking from the responsibilities of the priesthoodhe determined to join the Carthusians. He enrolled at the university in Salamanca in the school of arts for the years to and in the theological course, Thereupon the governor of the hospital of Medina took him into his service, and for seven years John divided his time between waiting on the poorest of the poorand frequenting a school established by the Jesuits. The soul will reap additional benefits from a successful journey through this dark night such as humility, delight in peace, and a deeper reverence for God.


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St. John of the Cross by E. Allison Peers Download PDF Ebook

A commentary of the type proposed, it seemed to me, must take this first level of meaning fundamentally rooted in theology, to the next and less apparent level of meaning radicated in epistemology; in other words, one that specifically emerges from an epistemological criticism of the first level.

In order that he familiarize himself further with details of the Reform by observing firsthand the daily routine of the nuns, it was decided that he accompany Madre Teresa to the new foundation in Valladolid as confessor and chaplain to the new community.

Fray John had long interviews with Madre Teresa to learn St. John of the Cross book the new form of life he had decided to take up. Just be the most selfish person you can think of and St. John of the Cross book will have an equal forgetfulness for everyone.

Every other representative of this tradition is either in some way defective or deficient in articulating what has come to be accepted as orthodox doctrine in mystical theology.

Much of this book is based on a poem called "The Stanzas of the Soul. I am not satisfied that I have done so to the extent required, and many readers St.

John of the Cross book no doubt concur with my assessment. It is the context that is not always clear. John of the Cross commemorating the th anniversary of his death, published in several languages.

In several places, St. Both seasoned and new readers of St. The "dark night" of St. Even the briefest historical survey of the great Western Christian Mystics offers, especially in the way of speculative mysticism, a wide variety of other and perhaps better known candidates.

In the process human values may appear to be left in the shadows, but that is a temporary side-effect. He is a master of the written word and communication with words, especially in a poetic sense. Collected Works of St. It is about "A more intense enkindling of another, better love love of one's heavenly Bridegroom John of the Cross, most unfortunately, is very easily distorted and misquoted, or even worse, quoted out of context.

I cannot get anything out of him. The emphasis is mine. The process of Beatification was begun inand results of the process were never published. I have, to the best of my ability, limited this proliferation of abstruse language applied to an already abstruse subject.

In the active night or purification of the spirit, a man must endeavor to purge his spiritual faculties through the theological virtues. Here lies one of the essential differences between St. He left the following works, which for the first time appeared at Barcelona in She used the words, but didn't use all the words.To John of the Cross and all his friends, both within the Orders of Carmel and far beyond.

The Western Christian mystical tradition, so beautifully renewed by Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross years ago, soon fell into crisis and a long, dark night from which it is still trying to recover.

The John of the Cross>, compiled from all his Spanish biographers and from other sources, by D. Lewis (London, ) is excellent; but what is most wanted now is a biography founded upon the depositions of witnesses in the process of beatification. Not until that work is done shall we have a true picture of the saint.

Fr. Gerado of St. John of the Cross, Ed., Obras del mistico Doctor San Juan de la Cruz, 3 vols., Toledo, III. THE SCENARIO AND THE MINOR WORKS. You should know and understand, at a minimum, that St. John of the Cross, as a child and youth, grew up in circumstances of extreme poverty.The Collected Works pdf St.

The Collected Works of St. John of the Cross

John of the Cross (includes The Ascent of Mount Carmel, The Dark Night, The Spiritual Canticle, The Living Flame of Love, Letters, and .Fr. Gerado of St. John of the Cross, Ed., Obras download pdf mistico Doctor San Juan de la Cruz, 3 vols., Toledo, III.

THE SCENARIO AND THE MINOR WORKS. You should know and understand, at a minimum, that St. John of the Cross, as a child and youth, grew up in circumstances of extreme poverty.Translation of poetry of 16th century Ebook Mystic, St.

John of the Cross. A revision of the edition published by Longwood Academic. Includes original poems on facing pages, scholarly notes, bibliography, and color illustrations.