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(Sept. 27, 2010): Fr. Dubay died yesterday, September 26, 2010, in Washington, D.C., after a long illness. Here is more information.

Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M., is a well-known retreat master and expert in the spiritual life.

A Marist Priest, Father holds a Ph.D. from Catholic University of America and has taught on both major seminary level for about fifteen years. He spent the last three decades giving retreats and writing books (over twenty at last count) on various aspects of the spiritual life.

He is an expert on the teachings and writings of the two mystical doctors of the Church, John of the Cross and Teresa of Avila.

Books by Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M., published by Ignatius Press:

And You Are Christ's: The Charism of Virginity and the Celibate Life
Authenticity: A Biblical Theology of Discernment
Deep Conversion/Deep Prayer
The Evidential Power of Beauty
Faith and Certitude
Fire Within: St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross and the Gospel - On Prayer
Happy Are You Poor: The Simple Life and Spiritual Freedom
Prayer Primer: Igniting A Fire Within

Video series by Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M.:

Teresa of Avila: Personality and Prayer
Prayer Quests
Contemplation: Union With God

Excerpts from books by Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M.:

The Premises of Gospel Poverty | From Happy Are You Poor: The Simple Life and Spiritual Freedom
Thirsting and Quenching | From Prayer Primer
St. John of the Cross | From Fire Within
Seeking Deep Conversion | From Deep Conversion/Deep Prayer
Designed Beauty and Evolutionary Theory | From The Evidential Power of Beauty
The Source of Certitude | Epilogue to Faith and Certitude


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