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Teresa of Avila was called by God to reform and renew the Carmelite order, a daunting task. She was joined in this work by her great fellow Carmelite and spiritual director, St. John of the Cross. This film reveals the conversion that Teresa herself had to go thru to deepen her own union with Christ as she endeavored to bring about that same deeper spiritual reform of her Carmelite order. It shows the tremendous opposition that she and John both faced within (and without) their order to bring about this much needed spiritual renewal. She and John of the Cross were both great mystics who combined the essential dimensions of a profound spiritual life with the very practical aspects of being completely dedicated to the human tasks necessary for such a reform.
This DVD has the following language tracks: Spanish with English subtitles.
Includes a 16 page Collector's booklet. Also has many Special Features, including: Documentary on the Making of the Film, Behind the Scenes Footage, Interviews with Actress and Director, Biography of St. Teresa and St. John of the Cross and much more!
For those who love the saints, St. Teresa of Avila was so fantastic. She was an exceptional woman of God who founded 17 Carmelite monasteries in her time. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Diane M. Becerra
As factual as can be at this great distance, but we could do with more detail of course. Not mawkish but practical, as Sr Theresa would have wanted perhaps.Published 4 months ago by Solitary08
I love this series, there are alot of hours, but so much coverage of St. Teresa's life. I absolutely loved it, but I am a religious geek. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marilynn Hughes
This was one looooong movie. The audio is Spanish but it has clear American subtitles. The outdoor scenes, and there are many, of St Teresa travelling from place to place in Spain... Read morePublished 10 months ago by triple g man
This is first class. It gets you into the mood. Has some beautiful scenes.
The filming is flawless, you feel that you are in the Spain of the 1600's.