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DIY Tabernacling: Holy Objects & Holy Space, at home

The Spiritual and the Material needn’t compete for our attention or jockey for superiority, but, as St. Teresa goes on to say, reliance on the spiritual is cavalier (and unlikely to bear) without experience in the material: “This withdrawal from the corporeal must doubtless be good, since it is advised by [many of the saints], but it is my belief that it must be practiced only when the soul is very proficient: until then, it is clear, the Creator must be sought through the creatures.”

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