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“In this book, Ruth Burrows does a little bit of what Teresa does in The Book of Her Life. That’s to say she spells out a set of metaphors leading us from one stage of praying to another and, instead of the metaphor of irrigation that Teresa uses, Ruth Burrows uses metaphors of travel from one island to another. There are territories we come to be at home in. But we have to travel on and the transition between them can be quite difficult.” Read more...
The best books on Saint Teresa of Avila
Rowan Williams, Theologians & Historians of Religion