The TAN Guide to Dark Night of the Soul: Saint John of the Cross

The TAN Guide to Dark Night of the Soul: Saint John of the Cross

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by John of Cross, Saint John of the Cross
     
 


We are proud to introduce The TAN Classics Made Simple - a brand-new companion series to our bestselling TAN Classics collection.

TAN Classics Made Simple booklets are designed to give you an orientation course before you embark on an exploration of the great works of Catholic literature found in our best selling TAN Classics line.

Each full-color

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Overview


We are proud to introduce The TAN Classics Made Simple - a brand-new companion series to our bestselling TAN Classics collection.

TAN Classics Made Simple booklets are designed to give you an orientation course before you embark on an exploration of the great works of Catholic literature found in our best selling TAN Classics line.

Each full-color booklet covers the highlights of TAN Classics in 32 easy-to-read pages. Designed to provide you with the vital facts and features about the life of the Saint, their work, their call to Holiness and the events of their time.

Including: Introduction to the TAN Classic, Major Events Timeline, Author Biography, How to Read a TAN Classic section, Words to Know, And much more!

Perfect for parishes, schools, or simply a personal introduction to the TAN Classics, these booklets will provide you with a map and compass for navigating the best of Catholic writing!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780895558671
Publisher:
TAN Books
Publication date:
04/28/2011
Series:
Classics Made Simple Series
Pages:
32
Sales rank:
861,656
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)

Meet the Author


Born in 1542 in what is now Spain, St. John of the Cross entered the Carmelites in 1563 and received Holy Orders four years later. Soon after they met, St. Teresa of Avila enlisted him in her efforts to purify the Carmelite Order. When the strict observances of St John's Disclaced ("shoeless") Carmelites sparked widespread reform, some disgruntled monks captured, imprisoned, and tortured him. During those nine months and beyond, St. John of the Cross endured a dark night of the soul. This and other contemplative experiences inspired his mystical theology and thereby earned him the title Doctor of the Church.

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