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Free download ì Autobiography and Other Writings 106 Ana de San Bartolomé 1549–1626 a contemporary and close associate of St Teresa of Ávila typifies the curious blend of religious activism and spiritual forcefulness that characterized the first generation of Discalced or reformed Carmelites Known for their austerity and ethics their convents uickly spread throughout Spain and under Ana’s guidance also to France and.Free download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Ana de San Bartolomé
Free download ì Autobiography and Other Writings 106 He lives of women whose relationship to the divine endowed them with an authority at odds with the temporary powers of church and state Last translated into English in 1916 Ana’s writings give modern readers fascinating insights into the nature of monastic life during the highly charged religious and political climate of late sixteenth and early seventeenth century Spa.
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Free download ì Autobiography and Other Writings 106 The Low Countries Constantly embroiled in disputes with her male superiors Ana uickly became the most vocal and visible of these mystical women and the most fearless of the guardians of the Carmelite Constitution especially after Teresa’s deathHer autobiography clearly inseparable from her religious vocation expresses the tensions and conflicts that often accompanied t.
- Autobiography and Other Writings
- Ana de San Bartolomé
- 22 October 2020