Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity writes for the last time to Père Gonsalve Vallée, her Dominican spiritual father, that “next year I will celebrate your feast with St Dominic in 'the inheritance of the saints in light'.” This letter is a testament to his spiritual guidance over the course of six years.
On 14 May 1919, St. Teresa of the Andes wrote, "I'm now in Carmel eight days. Eight days of heaven. I feel divine love in such a way that there are moments when I believe I'm unable to endure it..."
Bishop Silvio José Báez leads us in a reflection on St. Teresa as a teacher of prayer, who told us that the Gospels helped her to pray, leading her to a personal meeting with Jesus the Teacher.
Oh, how sweet your presence will be to me, you who are the supreme good!... I will not rest until I rejoice in your arms.
Let theologians learn from Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity to make use of the truths of dogma in order to be recollected in God
God pays little attention to your oratories and places arranged for prayer if through your desire and the delight you take in them you become attached...
You will have battles to fight, my little brother, you will encounter obstacles on the path of life, but do not be discouraged, call me.
What does it matter to the soul... whether it feels or does not feel, whether it is in darkness or light, whether it enjoys or does not enjoy.
Acts that formerly helped the soul now hinder it
Think what must have been in the soul of the Virgin