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Humility doesn’t consist in refusing a favor the King offers you, but in accepting such a favor ...and delighting in it.

St. Teresa of Avila

 

John Welch, O. Carm.

John Welch, O.Carm., editor of Carmel and Mary, is a Catholic priest of the Carmelite Order and currently serves as supervisor of the eastern region of the province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary. He holds the chair of Carmelite Studies at the Washington Theological Union and is past president of the Carmelite Institute. He is the author of numerous articles and books, including Spiritual Pilgrims: Carl Jung and Teresa of Avila (Paulist, 1982) and When Gods Die: An Introduction to John of the Cross (Paulist, 1990) both of which received National Catholic Book Awards. His most recent book is The Carmelite Way: An Ancient Path for Today’s Pilgrim (Paulist, 1996).

 

Lectures by John Welch, O. Carm.


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Founding Communities of Prayer:
Advice from Teresa of Avila

John Welch O.Carm

This lecture tells of Teresa’s freeing her nuns to be friends with one another and with God. Teresa gives us guidance on our communities of prayer and their purpose – conformity to God’s will. She based these ideals in reflection of the original Mt. Carmel hermits who reflected on scriptures, prayed earnestly and lived simply.

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Images Are Forever

John Welch O.Carm

In this talk, Life is Forever, we hear a discussion about the imagery of forever and how this fits into our everyday lives. To us, these may be images that capture our deepest desires, images which hold for us all of the yearnings which we cannot begin to articulate. We all seem to have our own images that really speak deeply to us that are not traditional, are not religious, but they capture what perhaps heaven really is meant to be for us.

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Falling into the Arms of God:
Perspectives on Aging and Dying

John Welch O.Carm

The title of this talk, Falling into the Arms of God, is from St. Thérèse, the Little Flower, who when she was dying said, “I’m falling into the arms of God.” But not all deaths are as peaceful as falling into the arms of God sounds. And, dying and aging aren’t the same thing. Aging kind of creeps up on us.

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