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  • 1364334Q174880Teresa of ÁvilaTeresa of ÁvilaTeresa of ÁvilaTeresa of Avila dsc01644.jpg15151582Saint Teresa of Ávila; also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, born
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  • St. Teresa of Avila by Benedict Zimmerman 107137Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 14 St. Teresa of AvilaBenedict Zimmerman Teresa Sanchez
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  • _Father"Father Edgar" is cited as the author of a hymn to St. Teresa of Ávila in Catholic Hymns. "St. Teresa" in Catholic Hymns, 1853. Works by
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  • see Saint Teresa. Versions of Saint Teresa by Father Edgar 2002451Versions of Saint TeresaFather Edgar Versions of Saint Teresa include: "Saint
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  • Hymn of St. Francis Xavier by Anonymous, tr. Edward Caswall 2014465Catholic Hymns — Hymn of St. Francis XavierHenry Formby1860 55. Hymn of St.
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  • Lawrence of Brindisi (1959), and in 1970 Paul VI added St. Teresa of Avila and St. Catherine of Siena. John Paul II added St. Thérèse of Lisieux in
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  • Teresa of Ávila, who was pursuing her epic work of restoring the pristine, stricter observance of the Carmelite rule. John and two other members of the
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  • Theresa, St THERESA, ST (1515-1582), or Teresa de Cepeda, Spanish nun, was born at Avila, in Old Castile, on the 28th of March 151 5, and was educated in an
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  • (1943) Spain in Eclipse (1943) Complete Works St. Teresa of Avila (1946-51, 5 volumes) A Critical Anthology of Spanish Verse (1948) Redbrick University, part
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  • The Book of Common Prayer  (2007)  The Episcopal Church The Calendar of the Church Year 1852022The Book of Common Prayer — The Calendar of the Church
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  • their ways. Athelny spoke of the mystical writers of Spain, of Teresa de Avila, San Juan de la Cruz, Fray Luis de Leon; in all of them was that passion for
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  • with a fortune of six thousand ducats presented herself at the gates of the poverty-stricken convent in Seville, Teresa, then in Avila, was consumed with
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  • Blois), Benedictlne Abbot of Liessies (b. near Liège, 1506; d. at Liessies, 1566): "Opera" (Ingolstadt, 1631). St. Teresa (b. at Avila, 1515; d. at Aba de Tormes
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  • surroundings, in Saint Teresa of Avila just as in any Moravian brother of Herrnhut." Sainte-Beuve has here only the more eminent instances of regeneration in
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  • mount the children of Elijah prophet led by Albert bishop and by Teresa of Avila, calced and other: and friars, brown and grey, sons of poor Francis, capuchins
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  • mount the children of Elijah prophet led by Albert bishop and by Teresa of Avila, calced and other : and friars brown and grey, sons of poor Francis, capuchins
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  • Britannica, Volume 3 Ávila (city) 2833661911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Ávila (city) ÁVILA (anc. Abula or Avela), the capital of the province
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  • fellow-Jesuit, Francis Xavier; Teresa of Avila, who both as a mystic and a re- formatrice was a woman of genius; her fellow religious, John of the Cross, who is the
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  • had Avila as their home, among them St. Teresa and John of Avila, the "Apostle of Andalusia". It was once one of the most flourishing cities of Spain
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  • mount the children of Elijah prophet led by Albert bishop and by Teresa of Avila, calced and other : and friars brown and grey, sons of poor Francis, capuchins
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