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First Plenary Session of the General Council

The newly elected General Council held its first plenary session from 18th November to 13th December 2019 in Rome setting out a plan for the next six

VITAM COELO REDDIDERUNT

P. Bernard Rosendaal, (Phil)
23-10-19
Ortus: 05-04-30
P. Temp.: 15-09-52
P. Soll.: 15-09-55
Ord.: 06-07-58


P. Edilberto Aguilar De La Peña, (Phil)
23-10

Electoral Chapter of the Monastery of Córdoba, Spain

The Elective Chapter of the Carmelite Monastery of Córdoba, Spain, was held 5 December 2019. The following were elected:


  • Prioress: Sr. Maria
CAUSA NOSTRAE LAETITIAE - November 2019

Initium Novitiatus


  • 14-11-19 Theresa Marie Nguyen (WAH), Whapeton, USA

Professio Solemnis


  • 23-11-19 James Thien Tran (SEL-Viet), Ho Chi Minh City
ISA Marks World Day for Mental Health with Talk on Suicide

The Institute of Spirituality in Asia (ISA) commemorated World Day for Mental Health (October 10) with a public lecture on “Suicide, Psychology

CAUSA NOSTRAE LAETITIAE-October 2019

Initium Novitiatus


  • 12-10-19 Elisabetta Dal Ben (CAE), Camerino, Italia

Professio Temporanea


  • 07-09-19 Fabrice Anon (Ger-Cam), Efoulan, Cameroun
First Assembly of the Federation “Nuestra Señora del Carmen” of Latin America

The first Assembly of the Federation “Nuestra Señora del Carmen”, was held 22-24 October 2019 at La Vega, Dominican Republic. The following were

ISA Pioneers in Theater-for-the-Scripture Workshop at Carmelite Parish

On Saturday, September 28, 2019 the Institute of Spirituality in Asia (ISA) hosted a lecture-workshop on “Creative Communication of the Word of God”

VITAM COELO REDDIDERUNT

P. Titus Wegener, (Ger)
08-10-19
Ortus: 29-04-33
P. Temp.: 08-09-57
P. Soll.: 08-09-60
Ord.: 19-03-62


P. Alberto De Giuli, (Ita)
10-10-19
Ortus: 15-11-40
P

VITAM COELO REDDIDERUNT

P. Wilfrid McGreal, (Brit)
23-09-19

Ortus: 16-04-39

P. Temp.: 08-09-58

P. Soll.: 15-10-61

Ord.: 19-07-64


P. Michael Cremin, (Hib)

29-09-19

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As Carmelites We live our life of allegiance to Jesus Christ and to serve Him faithfully with a pure heart and a clear conscience through a commitment to seek the face of the living God (the contemplative dimension of life), through prayer, through fraternity, and through service (diakonia). These three fundamental elements of the charism are not distinct and unrelated values, but closely interwoven. 

All of these we live under the protection, inspiration and guidance of Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, whom we honor as "our Mother and sister."