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Throwback Thursday: A cover story I was assigned to do in 1986 as a staff writer of the Sunday Inquirer Magazine was about the kidnapping of 10 contemplative Carmelite nuns in Marawi City.
Set in the mountains in an area dubbed the "Appalachia of the West," according to the community's website, the 80-acre tract includes a central building with guestrooms surrounded by five hermitages, where Lund and Casale welcome other nuns, secular Carmelites, diocesan clergy and apostolic sisters for private retreats and spiritual direction.
Donations may be made to The Community of Teresian Carmelites, Post Office Box 826, Worcester, MA 01613-0826.
There was, however, one unclear distraction to the production: why were Carmelites wearing red habits?
The presence of Carmelites in Persia in early modernity is absent from the consciousness of most theologians.
One can conclude that the centralized approach to architecture that had been developed by other orders--including, for example, the Jesuit Order--was followed by the Discalced Carmelites in order to create a clear spiritual image of the order.
YOU can't put a price on privacy - and neither can the community of 30 (almost) silent Carmelite nuns who are quitting the increasing urban intrusion of their 100-year West Derby base where folk can now see into the monastery gardens.
Boyce shows how the Carmelites remained independent from the local diocesan tradition, celebrating such distinctive feasts as the Commemoration of the Resurrection on the Sunday before Advent.
Nevada (US), Feb 14 (ANI): In a remarkable interfaith gesture, Carmelite nuns and well-known Hindu statesman Rajan Zed prayed together in Reno (Nevada, USA) on February 13 for the "peace and love" of humanity.
After two years of litigation, the Carmelites finally were able to take possession of the land.
FRANCIS POULENC'S DIALOGUES OF THE CARMELITES RANKS as one of the most Catholic operas of the twentieth century, as theologically insightful as it is lyrically beautiful.
She eventually won friends in both the church and the Spanish court and was able to continue founding monasteries of the community that became known as the Discalced Carmelites.