The letters of great people are the best revelation of their personality. The Letters of Saint Teresa are sometimes answers to questions asked of the her, some offer a few words of counsel or spiritual exhortation, many are doctrinal, many are strictly ecclesiastical, some are historical and biographical—all provide insight into the mind of this much loved and studied saint. Volume three covers 1577–1580 AD.
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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.