Justice and Peace

The Spiritual Pathway to a Sustainable Environment

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Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Carmelite NGO
Sources: 
http://carmelitengo.org/

A Position of the Carmelite NGO on Climate Change

A statement from the Carmelite NGO on our position on climate change. Written by Eduardo Agosta Scarel, O. Carm., the paper was discussed and approved by the Carmelite NGO's Coordinating Committee and has been endorsed by a number of organization and individuals of faith.

CARMEL IN PRINT

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Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Province of PCM
Sources: 
http://carmelnet.org/publications.html

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Fr. Ernest Larkin, O.Carm. Approximately 100 articles on Carmelite Spirituality are available online. Click his name above to navigate to his section of our web site.
  • Fr. John Russell, O.Carm. Numerous articles on St. Thérèse and Carmelite Spirituality are available to you by clicking on his name.
  • Fr. Kevin Shanley, O.Carm. We have placed online many of Fr. Kevin’s newspaper articles on just about every topic you might imagine. Click his name above to navigate to his section of this site.

CARMEL CARING FOR ENVIRONMENT

Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Eduardo Agosta Scarel, O. Carm
Sources: 
www.ocarm.org

INTRODUCTION

Linking the Carmelite charisma and ecology issues does not seem to be an easy task. And it is not indeed. The Carmelite charisma is essentially based on three elements: prayer, community, and service. They appear like vectors that guide the transforming spiritual journey of Carmelites. In mathematics, three basic vectors result into a three dimensional space, or geographical framework, in which physical reality happens.

God Hears the Cry of the Poor - Popular piety and the work of justice

Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Miceal O’Neill, O.Carm. Terenure College, Dublin.

Introduction

In many parts of Peru parishes are made up of small rural communities. Each community has a patron saint and is generally guided by catechists. The priest visits periodically, generally for the feast of the patron and for the celebration of marriages and baptisms. Over recent decades a new style of community has developed, a committed Christian community that is part of the continent-wide birth of basic ecclesial communities.

Mendicant Friars - Justice and Peace

Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Wilfrid Mc Greal O.Carm
Sources: 
www.ocarm.org

When people ask us, “Who are you? What do you do?” we reply “We are friars - we are mendicants.” Being mendicant is an integral part of our calling as Carmelites; it recalls our origins and also has serious implications for our work for justice, peace and the integrity of creation.

Carmelites are part of that Renewed Energy that touched the Church and society in the latter part of the 12th century.

O Papel da Mulher na Economia “A OUTRA FACE DA MOEDA”

Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Irmã Maria de Fátima de Carvalho, CDP
Sources: 
www.ocarm.org
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