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mystical doctrine of St. John of the Cross

John of the Cross

mystical doctrine of St. John of the Cross

by John of the Cross

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Published by Sheed & Ward in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mysticism -- Catholic church.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMystical doctrine of Saint John of the Cross., Mystical doctrine.
    Statementan abridgement made by C.H., with an introduction by R.H.J. Steuart.
    ContributionsC. H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV5080 .J75 1946
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 176 p. ;
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18924698M

      Endless Transforming Love: An interpretation of the mystical doctrine of St John of the Cross according to the soul's affective relation and dynamic structures (Vacare Deo) by Andres Rafael Luevano. Click here for the lowest price! Paperback, , Pages: The Mystical Tradition and St. John of the Cross Confluence, Divergence, and Coherence F rom the outset, as it must be clear by now, it will not be our purpose, nor does it lie within the scope of this book to seek parallels between the doctrine of St. John of the Cross and the many mystics who preceded him within the tradition to which he.

    "SAINT JOHN of THE CROSS" by Dr. D. W. Ekstrand. The life of St. John of the Cross. Printable pdf Version of this Study Saint John of the Cross () is probably the most distinguished of all the Christian mystics. He was born Juan de Yepez in Fontiveros, near Avila in Spain the youngest child of two poor silk weavers, Gonzalode Yepez.   Apart from the introduction by Fr. Stuart, The Mystical Doctrine of St. John of the Cross consists wholly of passages from St. John's own writings. It sets out in continuous and convenient form all the essential points in his John of the Cross Released on: Aug

    John supported her belief that the order should return to its life of prayer. But many Carmelites felt threatened by this reform, and some members of John's own order kidnapped him. He was locked in a cell six feet by ten feet and beaten three times a week by the monks. [p] The Mystical Doctrine of St. John of the an abridgement of his works as translated into English by David Lewis and revised by Dom Benedict Zimmerman, an introduction by R. H. J. Steuart, S.J. (Sheed & Ward.) 5s. net The description above indicates the .


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The Mystical Doctrine of St. John of the Cross (Paperback or Softback) St John of the Cross, John Of the Cross Published by Continnuum-3pl 12/1/ (). Apart from the introduction by Fr Steuart, The Mystical Doctrine of St John of the Cross consists wholly of passages from St John's own writings.

It sets out in continous and convenient form all the essential points in his teachings. St John of the Cross was born near Avila in and dies at Ubeda in Pages: Apart from the introduction by Fr Steuart, The Mystical Doctrine of St John of the Cross consists wholly of passages from St John's own sets out in continous and convenient form all the essential points in his teachings.

St John of the Cross was born near Avila mystical doctrine of St. John of the Cross book and dies at Ubeda in /5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: John of the Cross, Saint, Mystical doctrine of St. John of the Cross. London: Sheed and Ward,   Apart from the introduction by Fr Steuart, The Mystical Doctrine of St John of the Cross consists wholly of passages from St John's own writings.

It sets out in continous and convenient form all the essential points in his teachings. St John of the Cross was born near Avila in and dies at Ubeda in. Get this from a library. The mystical doctrine of St.

John of the Cross. [John of the Cross, Saint; R H J Steuart]. Apart from the introduction by Fr Steuart, The Mystical Doctrine of St John of the Cross consists wholly of passages from St John's own writings.

It sets out in continous and convenient form all the essential points in his teachings. St John of the Cross was born near Avila in and dies at Ubeda in 2/5(1). The mystical doctrine of St.

John of the Cross by John of the Cross; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Catholic Church, Mysticism.

Apart from the introduction by Fr Steuart, The Mystical Doctrine of St John of the Cross consists wholly of passages from St John's own writings. It sets out in continous and convenient form all the essential points in his teachings. St John of the Cross was born near Avila in and dies at Ubeda in A Carmelite friar he was an enthusiastic supporter of St Teresa's campaign to restore.

Buy Mystical Doctrine of St. John of the Cross by Steuart, R.H.J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).

St John of the Cross are refreshing and emphasize the need to re­ evaluate the Sanjuanist mystical doctrine of the "dark night of the soul." Let me first point Sanjuanist influence on Thomas Merton.

In my research I discovered that Merton's passionate love for St John of the Cross resulted in mixed feelings. As Peter France put it, "the. This revised edition of The Collected Works of St. John of the Cross was produced to mark the fourth centenary of the death of St.

John of the Cross ( ). The result is an English translation of his writings that preserves the authentic meaning of the great mystic's writings, presents them as clearly as possible, and at the same time gives the reader the doctrinal and historical /5().

St John of the Cross. Pope Benedict XVI. Who gives man wings. At the General Audience on Wednesday, 16 February [], in the Paul VI Audience Hall, the Holy Father commented on St John of the Cross (), a Discalced Carmelite friar and priest and a Doctor of the Church.

The Mystical Journey to Divine Union: Spiritual Wisdom from Saint John of the Cross. Read online using Table of Contents below or purchase in eBook or paperback format.

John of the Cross (Spanish: Juan de la Cruz; – 14 December ), Carmelite friar and priest of converso origin, is a major figure of the Spanish Counter-Reformation, a mystic and Roman Catholic is one of thirty-six Doctors of the Church. John of the Cross is known especially for his writings.

He was mentored by and corresponded with the older Carmelite, Teresa of ied: 25 January by Pope Clement X. The poem of St. John of the Cross, in 8 stanzas of 5 lines each, narrates the journey of the soul to mystical union with journey is called "The Dark Night" in part because darkness represents the fact that the destination, God, is unknowable, as in the 14th century, mystical classic The Cloud of Unknowing, which, like St.

John's poem, derives from the works of Pseudo-Dionysius the. John of the Cross, Spanish San Juan de la Cruz, original name Juan de Yepes y Álvarez, (born JFontiveros, Spain—died DecemUbeda; canonized ; feast day December 14), one of the greatest Christian mystics and Spanish poets, doctor of the church, reformer of Spanish monasticism, and cofounder of the contemplative order of Discalced Carmelites.

Founder (with St. Teresa) of the Discalced Carmelites, doctor of mystic theology, b. at Hontoveros, Old Castile, 24 June, ; d. at Ubeda, Andalusia, 14 Dec., John de Yepes, youngest child of Gonzalo de Yepes and Catherine Alvarez, poor silk weavers of Toledo, knew from his earliest years the hardships of life.

The father, originally of a good family but disinherited on account of his. As the school of mystical writers within the Discalced Carmelite Reform gradually grew -- a school which took St. John of the Cross as its leader and is one of the most illustrious in the history of mystical theology -- it began to share in the same persecution as had befallen its founder.

1 St John's own commentary on 'The spiritual canticle', The AMystical Doctrine of St john of the Cross, ed. Steuart (London, Sheed & Ward, I), p. I49, hereinafter referred to as Mystical Doctrine. Here and elsewhere I have consulted the Spanish version of St John's writings: Viday Obras de San Juan.

It has been seen in some of the Fathers the doctrine that as the soul approaches God, it is plunged into the Divine Darkness where God dwells. This appears to bear some similarity to the doctrine of the Dark Night of the soul that is central to the mystical theology of St.

John of the Cross. Opinions vary on how closely these two doctrines: the Patristic doctrine of the Divine Darkness and the Author: Andrew Louth.Posted in Uncategorized and tagged a summary of the spirituality of Saint John of the Cross, asceticism and mystical theology in Saint John of the Cross, Memory is to be emptied and forgotten and replaced by hope, MORTIFICATION OF THE SENSES (Lower Faculties), mystical theology, overview and summary of The Dark Night of St.

John of the Cross.In this sense the "spousal symbol" is the crown of all the mystical teachings of St. John of the Cross. Conclusion As the entire spiritual teachings of St. John of the Cross can be explained by two key (Spanish) words Todo y Nada [All and Nothing], so also his whole mysticism can be explained, as we have already seen, through two symbols: Night.