Communicationes #238 This document includes Convocation by the Father General by Fr. Saverio Cannistra, Guidelines for the Celebration by Fr. Emilio Jose Martinez and World Prayer for Piece.
By Laura Ieraci Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Lenten journey of conversion requires Christians to rediscover the "deepest truth" about themselves, cast off their masks and take on the courage to live truth, a prominent Carmelite priest told the pope and Vatican officials. In the first days of Lenten spiritual exercises for [...]
Poulenc's music is almost hard to believe; romantic without sweetness, contemporary without alienating, and among the extraordinary composers repertoire this epic opera stands out as a remarkable achievement, and this season Washington National Opera Artistic Director Francesca Zambello has designed a beautiful production to accompany it. Read More.
The Carmelite Sisters of Baltimore present Allison Parks Webber. Discernment, Devil, Delight: Three Key Words in St. Teresa of Avila's Lexicon. This event will take place on March 14 at 2 p.m. Please view the Flyer for this event. You can also find more details here.
By Father Mario Esposito, O.Carm. Vice-Postulator During the month of January, as we keep our annual commemoration of the birth into life and eternal life of Venerable Mary Angeline Teresa, O.Carm., it seems opportune to spend a few minutes reflecting on the Venerable as a Consecrated Woman of the Church. The Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and [...]
We will be having our annual celebration of lessons and carols on Sunday evening, December 14th at 7:00. This is a lovely reflection on the birth of our Lord using music and the poems of St. John of the Cross; it is a nice break from the bustle of the season and refocuses us on [...]
Baltimore Carmel invites you to join them in celebrating St. Teresa of Avila's 5th Centenary and their 225th Anniversary. Click here to see the brochure of the events.
Archbishop Eamon Martin will perform the unveiling of a new shrine honouring Mother Angeline, who was born Brigid Teresa McCrory in January 1893, and went on to form a new order of Carmelite nuns which worked with the elderly and infirm in the Bronx district of New York. Representatives from the Ulster History Circle, meanwhile, [...]
As Carmelites worldwide celebrate the 500th anniversary of the birth of St. Teresa of Avila, the Carmelite Sisters of Baltimore invite you to a deeper encounter with God through prayer. Join us as St. Teresa guides us To The Holy Mountain. Visit the site: www.totheholymountain.org