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Leave it to God and do not doubt that He will console you.

St. Teresa Margaret Redi

 

Vilma Seelaus, O.C.D

Vilma Seelaus, O.C.D, is a nun of the Carmelite monastery in Barrington, Rhode Island, where she also serves as vocation directoress. A member of the Carmelite Forum, she has published many audio tapes on spirituality. She has also contributed articles to Spiritual Life, Review for Religious, Mystics Quarterly, Living Prayer, Anima, and The Way.

 

Lectures by Vilma Seelaus, O.C.D


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Thérèse: Child, Girl, Woman

Vilma Seelaus O.C.D.

Here we get a look at Therese from the overall theme of God and the Human Story. We’ll look at Therese as a child, girl, and woman. Like all works of art, and Therese is indeed God’s work of art, we need to look at many different perspectives to fully appreciate what is before us.

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Self-Emptying:
Philippians 2 and the Carmelite Tradition

Vilma Seelaus O.C.D.

While we continue to hold in our hearts the self-emptying of the Eternal Word in assuming our human nature, there are other interpretations that bring the concept of self-emptying closer to our personal experience that we might find meaning in them for our lives today.

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The Mystical Life of Jesus in Teresa and John

Vilma Seelaus O.C.D.

The lecturer tells us that mysticism is the full realization of our human potential, that we are all called to be mystics to discover the sacred. Biblical anthropology images the human as formed of earth and at the same time mysteriously shaped in the likeness of God. More than this, the very breath of God animates and sustains us in life. In beautiful symbolic language, scripture tells us that God, like a birthing mother, breathes divine life into the creature formed in the divine image from earthly clay to become as it were God’s counterpart on planet earth.

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Carmelite Mysticism as Theology

Vilma Seelaus O.C.D.

Our Carmelite mystics would each have something unique to offer in the exploration of Carmelite mysticism as theology. In this presentation, we learn that through a theology of presence and a theology of silence, John of the Cross constructs a mystical theology of the human person which, as it unfolds, gives deep meaning to the biblical understanding of the human person as created in the divine image and likeness. John’s writings take one ever deeper into the mystery of God.

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