The Carmelite School of prayer has influenced many throughout the centuries. Fr. Valabek studies this history, highlighting the people and events that helped to promote this contemplative way at the service at the Church.
In this brief historical sketch, brings to our attention some of the writings of those who have played a significant role in the spiritual formation of Carmelites. Bigining with the Rule of Carmel, he take us along the path of prayer in Carmel Pointing out the landmarks. Roots of Carmelite Prayer, Liturgical Prayer, The Cult of the Virgin Mary, Michael Aiguani, Nicholas of France, John Soreth, Devotion to Carmel’s Mother and Patroness and Beauty, The Mantuan Reform, Silvestrani Brenzone, John Baptist Rossi, St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, Juan Sanz, Irradiation of Carmelite Prayer, Miguel de la Fuente, St. Mary Magdalen de’ Pazzi, Tourain Reform, Philippe Ribot, a Life of familiarity with God, John of St. Samson, transforming union, Michael of St. Augustine, Maria Petyt, Seraphina of God, Emanuel de Casta, Jesus Prayer, José de S. Anna Pereira, John of the Cross Brenninger, Bartholomew Maria Xiberta, Devotio Moderna, Carmelite Charims (Third printing: 2007)
This small volume richly documents the events that took place surrounding and including the beatification of Blessed Titus Brandsma, O. Carm. on November 3, 1985. In addition to the liturgy itself, the volume also describes the people present and the actions that took place. Also included are the various homilies given to celebrate the occasion, as well as essays, poetry and music dedicated to Titus’ honor.
Fr. Klemens Stock, SJ, employs biblical scholarship and accessible language in order to illuminate the scriptural image of Mary. Looking at how she is represented in the various gospels and in other New Testament texts, Fr. Stock offers interesting reflections on Mary’s identity and role in the early Church and how this might inspire us today. Translated by Joseph Chalmers, O.Carm.
Composed in view of the beatification of Bl. Titus Brandsma, O. Carm., in 1985, this collection of essays covers various aspects of Titus’ life and work. Various authors contribute interesting commentaries on Titus’ life, spirituality, and writings. The volume concludes with texts composed by the blessed Dutch Carmelite himself.
Fr. Titus in history and in the life of the Church and work are highlighted, as the prelude and life experience necessary for his final ordeal at the hands of the Nazis.
Devotion to Mary – Mary was a driving force in his spiritual life. Was eager to bring this Marian devotion to the attention of people whenever the opportunity present itself. Poverty meant sacrifice for him.
He condemned Nazism in his classes and wrote condemnatory articles in witch he upbraided the general tenents of Nazism.
Catholic education, jurnalist, martyr, catholic press, Dachau, Spiritual Life, Nijmegen, sermons, studies, spiritual odyssey, mysticism, contemplation, The Experience of God, mystical phenomena, Trust in God, Role of Mary in bringing Jesus to man, defence on the faith, Joy, Carmel cannot be without Mary, St. Teresa of Avila, mystical life, metodical prayer, Blessed John Soreth, spiritul retreat, Light on Carmel, Meditation, The Scapular, Prison, Prisoner
(Second printing: 2004)
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