Episode 2 St. Catherine of Siena: Her Life and Teachings with Fr. Thomas McDermott-
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In this episode, Fr. McDermott discusses the difference between solitude and isolation by means of moments in St. Catherine’s life.
What is a “Third Order” and why did St. Catherine choose this means to live out her life? A dream affected St. Catherine deeply. Fr. McDermott teaches how we can discern dreams that might occur in our lives.
Why would St. Catherine have a special devotion to St. Mary Magdalene? Fr. McDermott discusses the significance of the “fundamental maxim” and the imagery of “the well”, and the times of temptation that began to occur in her life and the experience of “The Dark Night of Self-Knowledge”.
Fr. Thomas McDermott, OP is Regent of Studies for the Dominican Province of St. Albert the Great and is the author of “Catherine of Siena: Spiritual Development in Her Life and Teaching” (Paulist, 2008) and “Filled with all the Fullness of God: An Introduction to Catholic Spirituality”. He obtained a doctorate in spiritual theology from the Angelicum and taught for several years at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Louis. He crrently serves as pastor at St. Vincent Ferrer, in Chicago, IL.
Our series is based on “Catherine of Siena”
by Fr. McDermott