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Love Him intensely, as He deserves to be loved.

St. John of the Cross


Carmelite Authors 101 Series
(6 CD Set)

John of the Cross: Carmelite Authors 101 Series

Kevin Culligan O.C.D.

There was an intimate relationship between John’s development as a man of God and his poetry and prose that made him an author whose lyric poems are considered among the finest in all world literature and whose prose bought him to be considered one of the world’s greatest spiritual masters. He was a Carmelite author who was both patron of Spanish poets and a mystical Doctor of the Church.


Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity:
Carmelite Authors 101 Series

Daniel Chowning O.C.D.

Elizabeth of the Trinity was a woman seized by God’s presence, a God whom she experienced and referred to as the God of all love. In this lecture, we receive a brief overview of Elizabeth’s life, some insight into her spirituality, and some reflections on her prophetic mission for our time. What does she have to say to us in the 21st century?


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Br. Lawrence of the Resurrection:
Carmelite Authors 101 Series
The Practice of the Presence of God

Salvatore Sciurba O.C.D.

The holiest and most necessary practice in the spiritual life is that of the presence of God. It consists in taking delight in and becoming accustomed to His divine presence, speaking humbly and conversing lovingly with Him all of the time. In some ways, that simple statement from Brother Lawrence sums up his whole approach to the spiritual life.


St. Teresa of Avila: Carmelite Authors 101 Series

Kieran Kavanaugh O.C.D.

Saint Teresa of Jesus (Avila) was a great woman in the history of the entire church and a foremost author. This is part of a series of lectures that is devoted to Carmelite authors, particularly the most important authors of the Carmelite school.


St. Thérèse of Lisieux: Carmelite Authors 101 Series

Marc Foley O.C.D.

Carmelite Authors 101 is designed to present a basic introduction to the major writers of the Carmelite School of Spirituality. This presentation outlines the writings of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, affectionately known to millions as The Little Flower, and recently proclaimed Doctor of the Church for her spiritual writings.


St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross:
Carmelite Authors 101 Series

John Sullivan O.C.D.

A Saint, a martyr, a leader of the women’s movement in the Catholic Church – Edith Stein was also a jewess, and a respected philosopher; but most of all she was a Carmelite. She lived in a different time under very unusual circumstances, but we can all learn from her.