John of the Cross


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John of the Cross

Saint. original name Juan de Yepis y Alvarez. 1542--91, Spanish Carmelite monk, poet, and mystic. He founded the Discalced Carmelites with Saint Teresa (1568). Feast day: Dec. 14
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John of the Cross Parish in Pembo, Makati City, will hold commemorative masses in his honor.
It was done by Saint John of the Cross himself after he had seen this vision of Christ during an ecstasy.
John of the Cross would not seem like the place for a beginner to start.
John of the Cross in his classic work, Dark Night of the Soul, begins in poetry.
John of the Cross was a 16th-century Spanish mystic and Carmelite priest.
Conveying the power of hands and touch, John of the Cross would capture this when he wrote: "0 soothing hand
A good example is Turner's use of Feeble, Shameless, and Prig, stereotypes based on Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics, to undergird an absorbing study of the annihilation of the possessive selfhood in John of the Cross (chap.
Saint John of the Cross soared into the sun in his dark night.
The theme is exile: Saint John of the Cross, one of the earliest victims of Torquemada's search for heretics (along with
She was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered to be a founder of the Discalced Carmelites along with John of the Cross.
Catholics honor today the memory of Saint John of the Cross (San Juan dela Cruz), a Doctor of the Universal Church and co-founder, with Saint Teresa of Avila, of the Discalced Carmelites.
John of the Cross (1642-1691), Doctor of Mystical Theology, also praises faith as a cure for stupidity, a requirement for liberty of spirit and a dazzling white garment that protects the soul from the evil one.