On members of the Teresian Association, Critica Journal, Novamérica Journal, Digital Publications

Saint Pedro Poveda Castroverde, a humanist and educator, as UNESCO recognized him in the centenary of his birth, lived the concerns of the great crisis of values and ways of life of the early twentieth century. He founded the Teresian Association.

María Josefa Segovia Morón, first President of the Teresian Association, was born in Jaén, Spain, on October 10, 1891. She died in Madrid on March 29, 1957. 

Victoria was a public school teacher.  She taught for a year in Cheles, Badajoz, and then in a rural area in the province of Córdoba, both schools were very poor with many students and  scarce resources.

She was born in Isnello (Italy) in 1941. She held a degree in Mathematics and was Principal of Rossano High School. A member of the Teresian Association since 1964, she died in 1986. Her Beatification process was started by the Diocese of Cefalù (Italy) on March 29, 2009

The first issue of the current Crítica Journal was published in 1913, in Linares, called Bulletin of the Academy of Saint Teresa. Later it was renamed Bulletin of the Teresian Association, and much later it took its current name.

Novamérica Journal is a publication made with contributions from people from different countries in Latin America..

Here you may access digital publications edited or recommended by the Teresian Association.


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