Teresianum

Pontifical Faculty of Theology


Pontifical Institute
of Spirituality

Online Course in Spiritual Theology

Online Course in Spiritual Theology
Our Certificate in Spiritual Theology focuses on Christian spiritual theology and particularly on Carmelite Spirituality. The first and main goal of the Teresianum Pontifical Theological Faculty, in offering this Certificate, is to offer to a wider English-speaking public the possibility of delving into the spiritual riches of Carmelite spirituality, so...

Academic offer – program presentation

Academic offer – program presentation
The Theological Faculty of St. Teresa and St. John of the Cross (cf. Statute, art. 1) situated in the Teresianum in Rome, was consituted as the International College of the Order of Discalced Carmelites by the Sacred Congregation for Seminaries and Universities for Studies in a Decree published on 16th July 1935...

Faculty Presentation

Faculty Presentation
The Faculty offers a curriculum in Theology, but it is also characterized by its particular attention to the relationship of Theology itself with the Christian spiritual life. At the Teresianum it is possible to choose the path of study for the Baccalaureate in Theology and then continue with the specialization in Theological Anthropology (Licentiate and Doctorate)...

Notizie e Comunicati

Welcome to Teresianum!

Since 1935 the Order of Discalced Carmelites has promoted the Theological Faculty known as Teresianum, characterizing it with a particular attention to the relationship between theology and Christian spiritual life.

The Faculty offers, in particular, courses of study and research in Theological Anthropology and Spiritual Theology, in the wake of the Carmelite tradition of recognized masters of spiritual life, especially Saints Teresa of Jesus and John of the Cross – to whom the Faculty is dedicated – as well as other exponents of the same Carmelite spiritual tradition.

We invite you to discover our Faculty and its academic offering.

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