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Saint Teresa of Avila
time making the decision. On the other hand being a nun didn't seem like much fun. Later she would say, "Prayer is an act of love, words are not needed. When her former convent voted her in as prioress, the leader of the Carmelite order excommunicated the nuns. When someone felt depressed, her advice was that she go some place where she could see the sky and take a walk. Beatified : April 24, 1614, Rome by Pope Paul. Nuns would arrange their veils attractively and wear jewelry. Among the 150 nuns living there, the observance of cloister designed to protect and strengthen the spirit and practice of prayerbecame so lax that it actually lost its very purpose. Even if sickness distracts from thoughts, all that is needed is the will to love. Jerome, Teresa resolved to enter a religious life. When Jesus told her, "Teresa, that's how I treat my friends" Teresa responded, "No wonder you have so few friends." But since Christ has so few friends, she felt they should be good ones.
Teresa was born in 1515, Columbus opened up the Western Hemisphere.
Teresa of vila : Saint Teresa of Avila, Spanish nun, one of the great mystics, reformers, and religious women of the Roman Catholic Church.
If you have God you will want for nothing. She also became conscious of her own natural impotence in confronting sin and the necessity of absolute subjection to God. After this incident she led a fairly ordinary life, though she was convinced that she was a horrible sinner. But those obstacles were easy compared to what she face from her brothers and sisters in religious life. The title is Latin for "Doctor of the Church" but is distinct from the papal honor of Doctor of the Church, which is always conferred posthumously and was finally bestowed upon her by Pope Paul VI on 27 September 1970, 5 along with Saint Catherine. Joseph's (San Jos), at first excited a scandal among the citizens and authorities of vila, and the little house with its chapel was in peril of suppression; but powerful patrons, including the bishop himself, as well as the impression of well-secured subsistence and prosperity, turned. In total, seventeen convents, all but one founded by her, and as many men's cloisters were due to her reform activity of twenty years. The second, Devotion of Peace, is where human will is surrendered to God. At first she hated it but eventually she began to enjoy it - partly because of her growing love for God, and partly because the convent was a lot less strict than her father. But Teresa got more involved in flattery, vanity and gossip than spiritual guidance.
Contemporary history cannot confirm that the Prague image was what she was thought to have owned. The devotion to the Child Jesus spread quickly in Spain, possibly due to her mystical visions. These violations of the solitude absolutely essential to progress in genuine contemplative prayer grieved Teresa to the extent that she longed to do something. To her, spiritual life was an attitude of love, not a rule. But her confessor, the Jesuit Saint Francis Borgia, reassured her of the divine inspiration of her thoughts. When she had a seizure, people were so sure she was dead that after she woke up four days later she learned they had dug a grave for her. The subject awakens from this in tears; it is the climax of mystical experience, producing a trance.