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History St Teresa of Avila also called St Teresa of Jesus was born at Avila, in Spain on March 28, 1515 in a very noble family, in the family of knights. She was the beloved child of her father. By her charming smile and sweet nature, she became the favourite of all. She was very gentle and compassionate in her dealing with others. Even at a very young age, she had an ardent desire to love God and to die for the sake of God.

As she grew up as a teenager in the boarding school of Augustinian nuns, God gave her a deep inspiration to follow him in religious life. Overcoming all the objections from her family members and friends, she entered the Carmel convent in 1536. St Teresa had a determined determination to please the good lord in whatever she did whether in personal prayer, meditation or caring the sick, she always sought the will of God.

St Teresa of Avila is famous for her teaching and writing. Her main writings are Autobiography, Way of Perfection, Interior Castle etc. we remember Teresa of Avila as a woman of iron with determined determination to do God’s will.

With her daringness and profound spirit of true love, St Teresa established 17 convents and 15 monasteries within just 21 years. She was truly a person of prayer. Her motto was “To Suffer or to Die.” This boosted her to take up every challenge in life. God was well pleased with her and called her to his eternal peace in the year of 1582. In 1622, forty years after her death, she was canonized and on 27 September 1970 she was named a Doctor of the Church by Pope Paul VI.

Saint Teresa is among the most important figures of all time for catholic spirituality. Her works especially the four best known books and her letters show her occupied with a great variety of everyday problems. Her doctrine on the unity of the soul with God follows Carmelite tradition which had preceded her and to which she herself contributed in a notable way, enriching it as well as passing the tradition on, not only to her spiritual Sons and Daughters but also to the whole church which she secured so unsparingly. When she was dying, her one joy was to be able to firm that “I die as a daughter of church.”