Come on a journey to the medieval city of Avila! The entire Old Town of Avila was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
For pilgrims, the city of Avila is important because of its association with the great mystic and reformer St. Teresa de Jesus, better known as St. Teresa of Avila. Teresa was a 16th century Carmelite nun who is the female patron saint of Spain and was the first woman to be honored as a Doctor of the Church.
- Explore the Convento de Santa Teresa (Convent of St. Teresa), containing her relics, and the Monasterio de la Encarnacion (Monastery of the Incarnation) where St. Teresa lived.
- Learn about this fascinating person; St. Teresa, who reformed the Carmelites alongside St. John of the Cross
- Receive precious spiritual insights you can learn for your daily life from St. Teresa’s practical wisdom.
WHERE to TUNE IN:
Wed., October 7, 2020 @ 8:00 PM Central time
- Guadalupe Radio Network (South/Central Texas Stations)
- Or listen online via the Journeys of Hope website “Listen Live” link
… Listen to the archived audio recording on our website, ASAP!