Essays about: "Discalced Carmelites"

Found 2 essays containing the words Discalced Carmelites.

  1. 1. The Castle & The Keep : A Gender Study of the Lives and Written Works of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Religionshistoria

    Author : Ryan Jurison; [2018]
    Keywords : St. Teresa of Avila; St. John of the Cross; Gender Studies; Catholic Church; Counter Reformation; Discalced Carmelites; Spanish Mysticism; Doctors of the Church; Spanish Inquisition; mysticism; Alfred C. Kinsey; Judith Butler; Corporeal Realm; Ethereal Realm;

    Abstract : An examination of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross, applying modern theories of gender and sexuality to the textual analysis of a selection of primary written works and biographical works, in order to determine the roles that they play, not only in the case of these two saints of the Catholic Church, but also within the mystical tradition as a whole. . READ MORE

  2. 2. A Colombian Nun and the Love of God and Neighbour : The Spiritual Path of María de Jesús (1690s-1776)

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Missionsvetenskap

    Author : Helwi Margarita Cadavid Yani; [2016]
    Keywords : love; God; neighbor; charity; affective; Discalced Carmelites; Barefoot Carmelites; spirituality; convent; nun; white-veiled; Catholic; church; mission; mysticism; mystic; Eucharist; Communion; heart; blood; imagery; metaphor; Purgatory; salvation; soul; sacrament; vision; visions; ineffable; union; rhetoric; rhetoric of femininity; humility; spiritual journal; writings; path; María de Jesús; Teresa of Avila; Teresian presence; Colonial Spanish America; Colombia; New Granada.; kärlek; Gud; nästan; Caritas; affektivt språk; Oskodda karmeliter; Barfota karmeliter; andlighet; andlig; spiritualitet; spirituell; väg; kloster; nunna; katolsk; kyrka; mission; mystik; eukaristi; kommunion; hjärta; blod; bildspråk; metafor; Skärselden; Purgatorium; själ; sakrament; vision; visioner; obeskrivlig; förening; retorik; ödmjukhet; andlig dagbok; skrifter; María de Jesús; Teresa av Avila; kolonial; Amerika; Nya Granada.;

    Abstract : María de Jesús (1690s-1776) was a white-veiled Discalced Carmelite nun of the San José convent in Santa Fe de Bogotá, founded in 1606. She professed in the year 1714, and her spiritual journal was printed in a chronicle about the convent in the 1940s. READ MORE