Symphony of the Spirit

by St. John of the Cross

“So solitary and secret, so remote and far distant from sense, that naught pertaining to it, nor any touch of created things,
succeeds in approaching the soul in such a way as to disturb it and detain it on the road of the union of love.”

—St. John of the Cross

St. John of the Cross is widely regarded one of the great Christian mystics and poets. He was born in 1542 as John de Yepes at Fontiveros, near Avila, Spain. In September . . .


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