More than a simple autobiography, The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus contains St. Teresa of Ávila’s thoughts on illness, prayer, the perfect Love of God, hope and faith, commentary on visions, life at the Order, meditations on the soul, and more. Benedict Zimmerman provides an in-depth introduction, as well as summaries and notes for each chapter.
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This volume is also part of the Post-Reformation Catholic Thought and Piety collection.
St. Teresa of Ávila was a founder of the Discalced Carmelites along with St. John of the Cross. She wrote several books and was a prominent Roman Catholic saint and theologian. She spent her life in Spain and died in 1582.