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Enduring Grace: Living Portraits of Seven Women Mystics

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2007

    Energy Medicine ¿ Ph.D.¿s Perspective

    A beautiful work which gives an overview of the life and trials of seven Christian Mystics, five of which are canonized Saints of the Catholic Church, all of which were nuns. Beginning with the life of Saint Clare of Assisi (1195-1253), Flinders, includes in her accounts of each of these women information about their early lives, their yearning for religious life, lessons they learned and shared with us. Each of the Mystics included share different aspects of their illumination, aspects, which serve to inspire those who aspire to know God. Continuing with the Thirteenth century mystic, life of little known Mechthild of Magdeburg, the dates of her birth and death remain sketchy. Flinders laments that Mechthild, who had no official biographer, was passed over for canonization (to be officially considered a saint by the Church) when she clearly displays all of the qualities of sainthood, as did the other women of this book. The life of Julian of Norwich (1342-1416?), an anchoress¿one who lives a radically cloistered life, the power to inspire by their life, mission and writing becomes more evident and more powerful. Continuing on with the better known Saints, Saint Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) Saint Catherine of Genoa (1447-1510), Saint Theresa of Avila (1515-1582), and ending with the brief but powerful life of one named Doctor of the Church, Saint Therese of Lisieux (1873-1897).

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