Cell of St Teresa's Death

St Teresa of Avila died on this day (15 October) in 1582 in this room in Alba de Tormes. As she lay in bed, she said: “O my Lord, and my spouse, the desired hour is now come.The hour is at last come,…More
St Teresa of Avila died on this day (15 October) in 1582 in this room in Alba de Tormes. As she lay in bed, she said: “O my Lord, and my spouse, the desired hour is now come.The hour is at last come, wherein I shall pass out of this exile, and my soul shall enjoy in thy company what it hath so earnestly longed for.”
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V.R.S.
If a goldsmith extensively decorates the chalice, will it cease to be a chalice?
Ultraviolet
Failed analogy. A chalice is already intrinsically ornate as befitting its role in the liturgy. A barren monastic cell is not. Go be a prat somewhere else.
Ultraviolet
Fairly certain it's been extensively decorated since the saint's death. That is no "cell".
mccallansteve
Oh glorious St. Teresa, pray for us