January 4, 2015
We invite you to adopt this custom in your family. The family gathers to ask God’s blessing on their home and on those who live in or visit the home. It is an invitation for Jesus to be a daily guest in our home, our comings and goings, our conversations, our work and play, our joys and sorrows.
December 31, 2014
The message's theme is “No Longer Slaves, but Brothers and Sisters
December 24, 2014
This traditional translation of the Proclamation of the Birth of Christ comes from the Roman Martyrology, the official listing of the saints celebrated by the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church. For centuries, it was read on Christmas Eve, before the celebration of Midnight Mass.
December 22, 2014
To say the response to our Advent Hope Photo Contest was overwhelming would be an enormous understatement. We received entries from all over the world and when we opened the voting to our readers in the final week 98,534 votes were cast!
December 14, 2014
If John could have summarized his teaching on the Dark Night, I imagine he would say: the “truth will set you free
December 13, 2014
When I think of Saint John of the Cross, the word “nada” comes to mind. Nothing. Some say that the spirituality of Saint John of the Cross can be summed up with just this one word: nothing.
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November 30, 2014
Would you like to win an iPad mini 2, Amazon Gift Cards, Carmelite books or several other prizes? Everyday through December 24 we will post a quote from Therese as well as a Challenge for
November 26, 2014
As with the earliest Carmelites who gathered together at the Garden of God, Mount Carmel, 800 years ago, this Thanksgiving let those of us who have much and those who have little gather at the welcoming table of the Lord.
November 24, 2014
New York, Sept. 22: Eduardo Sacrel, O.Carm. represented the Carmelite NGO at the Climate Summit. He served on the panel for the conference “Caring for God’s Creation” sponsored by the Franciscan Action Network.
November 18, 2014
The island of Malta lies in the Mediterranean, between Tunisia and Sicily. Christianity arrived when St. Paul was shipwrecked there. One practical reason why Malta is such an intensely religious place today is the work of Fr. George Preca (1880-1962). Even as a young priest, he was a pioneer of the Lay Apostolate, long before most people knew what that meant.
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Carmelite Vocation Office
We invite you to join us on the path up Mount Carmel. Walking in the footsteps of Jesus with Elijah and Mary is a wonderful, deeply satisfying life. We welcome you to contact us at any time via the information below.

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