Shelves: theology , mystical-theology In this book Fr. Dubay writes a fast and furious summary of the teachings of St. Theresa and St. John of the Cross, the two medieval Spanish saints who are considered the foremost authorities on spiritual growth by the Catholic Church.
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That year, he began his post-secondary education at St. In he moved to Bettendorf, Iowa , where he taught at the Marist seminary located in the Joseph F. Bettendorf House. In he moved to Burlingame, California , where he had been invited to teach with the Sisters of Mercy at Russell College.
Then, in , he moved back to Washington, D. During this latter assignment Dubay was able to concentrate on his religious writing. He worked with many groups of religious sisters in renewing their constitutions. During this period, he began to answer invitations to speak and lead retreats throughout the world, including at parishes, seminaries, cloistered monasteries, lay associations , religious orders, hermitages , and even prisons. He formed close relationships with a number of religious communities, including the convents of the Missionaries of Charity , Carmelite sisters, Dominican sisters, Passionist Sisters , and the Sisters of Life.
Dubay visited on EWTN at Irondale, Alabama at least once a year for over 20 years to record various series on topics including contemplative prayer, community life, and St. John of the Cross. He began chemotherapy and radiotherapy , which after several months successfully induced remission. He was forced, however, to cancel all of his travel engagements, some of which had planned for several years. He chose to remain with the Marist community in Washington, D. In early September , in order to receive onsite dialysis , he was moved to a nursing care center in Silver Spring, Maryland.
He was taken to Holy Cross Hospital on September 25, and died the following day. He would read the monthly publications of Discover and National Geographic cover to cover. Teresa of Avila, St.
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That year, he began his post-secondary education at St. In he moved to Bettendorf, Iowa , where he taught at the Marist seminary located in the Joseph F. Bettendorf House. In he moved to Burlingame, California , where he had been invited to teach with the Sisters of Mercy at Russell College. Then, in , he moved back to Washington, D.