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It is because we think either of the past or of the future that we become discouraged.

St. Thérèse of Lisieux

 

Constance Fitzgerald, O.C.D.

Constance Fitzgerald, OCD is editor of The Carmelite Adventure, Journal of A Trip To America (1790) and author of Impasse and Dark Night and other studies on John of the Cross and Teresa of Avila.

Lectures by Constance Fitzgerald O.C.D


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Edith Stein: Contemplative Scholar

Constance Fitzgerald O.C.D.

St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Edith Stein, was a scholar and contemplative. The life of Edith Stein opens a window for us into this unusual marriage of disciplines. This presentation gives us a look through that window, not just for academic or historical purposes, but to discover whether it is a truth that contemplation and scholarship together can uniquely illicit and so to evaluate the importance of contemplative scholars to human thought and development.

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Thérèse: Mission Saigon and Beyond

Constance Fitzgerald O.C.D.

What is Thérèse’s mission now at the dawn of the 21st Century? Does she still have one? Does this young woman called the greatest saint of modern times have anything really significant to say to post modernity? Will her writings in fact remain spiritual classics like those of Teresa Jesus (Avila) and John of the Cross or does she belong to a passing epoch?

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Dark Passage to Prophecy

Constance Fitzgerald O.C.D.

This lecture explores transformation in love through the consequential and highly charged current connecting contemplation to three subjects that are interrelated: silence, hope, and prophecy.

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