When she was nearly 40, Saint Teresa experienced profound changes within her own soul in contemplative prayer, and remarkable visions that seemed to come from God.
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“This King does not allow himself to be taken,” said St. Teresa, “except by one who surrenders wholly to him.”
COMMENTARY: In 1970, Pope Paul VI declared St. Catherine (Sept. 27) and St. Teresa (Oct. 3) doctors of the Church.
COMMENTARY: The 500th anniversary of the birth of St. Teresa of Avila invites a comparison between contemplative prayer and centering prayer.
The vice postulator of St. Thérèse’s parents’ canonization cause discusses the couple’s sanctity, the miracle attributed to them and their Oct. 18 canonization.