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The Collected Works of St. John of the Cross

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Overview

This revised edition of The Collected Works of St. John of the Cross was produced to mark the fourth centenary of the death of St. John of the Cross (1542–1591). The result is an English translation of his writings that preserves the authentic meaning of the great mystic’s writings, presents them as clearly as possible, and at the same time gives the reader the doctrinal and historical information that will lead to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the teachings of the Mystical Doctor.

Included in The Collected Works are St. John’s poetry, The Ascent of Mount Carmel, The Dark Night, The Spiritual Canticle, and The Living Flame of Love, as well as his extant letters and other counsels.

  • Includes new translations of classic spiritual works
  • Contains a biographical sketch and chronological outline of his life
  • Preserves the authentic meaning of the great mystic’s writings and presents them as clearly as possible
  • General Introduction
  • The Poetry
  • The Sayings of Light and Love
  • The Ascent of Mount Carmel
  • The Dark Night
  • The Spiritual Canticle
  • The Living Flame of Love
  • Special Counsels
  • The Letters

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John of the Cross was born Juan de Yepes Alvarez at Fontiveros, Old Castile, Spain. He was a major figure of the Counter-Reformation, as well as a Spanish mystic, Catholic saint, Carmelite friar, and priest. John of the Cross reformed the Carmelite Order and is considered—along with Saint Teresa of Ávila—as a founder of the Discalced Carmelites. He is a Doctor of the Church and venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran Traditions.