Item description for John of the Cross: Doctor of Light and Love (The Crossroad Spiritual Legacy Series) by Kieran Kavanaugh...
Overview New in the Spiritual Legacy Series, this accessible book, written by today's foremost translator and interpreter, introduces readers to the life, works, and spiritual insights of one of the great mystics.
Publishers Description St. John of the Cross is one of the greatest mystics of the West. He lived in the 16th century in Spain, was monk, reformer, and best known for "Dark Night of the Soul" and his deep friendship with St. Teresa of Avila. St. John is considered one of the most important poets of the Spanish language.
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Studio: Crossroad Classic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher Crossroad Classic
Series Spiritual Legacy
ISBN 0824525159 ISBN13 9780824525156
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More About Kieran Kavanaugh
Carmelite priest Kieran Kavanaugh lives in Washington, D.C. He has taught spiritual theology at The Catholic University of America and been a contributor to the Catholic Encyclopedia. The translator of the works of Teresa into English, he lived in Avila and traveled Spain, tracing TeresaAs journey to the towns and cities of her foundations.
Kieran Kavanaugh was born in 1928.
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Reviews - What do customers think about John of the Cross: Doctor of Light and Love (The Crossroad Spiritual Legacy Series)?
Simplifies Daunting Material Jun 4, 2001
St John of the Cross was Teresa of Avila's spiritual advisor. Her mystical writings always were difficult for me to understand so I was leery of John of the Cross's work figuring that he was even less accessible. However, Kavanaugh presents his work clearly and with good references to understandable concepts. This book has been enlightening to the point that I find it hard to put down ... and that is much more than I expected. This is a wonderful opportunity to understand the work of an intellectual master who nevertheless was firmly grounded in the realities of daily life and understood the average person's struggles.