Carmelite


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Carmelite

RC Church
1. a member of an order of mendicant friars founded about 1154; a White Friar
2. a member of a corresponding order of nuns founded in 1452, noted for its austere rule
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Ros Smith, ambassador for the Carmelite Hotel, said: "We have so much going on here during the week including two gin tastings, one with Pickering's Gin and the other with Esker Spirits.
And in this simple and elegant guide, "Praying Our Way Toward Wholeness: A Step-by-Step Guide to Daily Prayer", he shows us step by step the path to such life-changing prayer as practiced in the Carmelite tradition.
Chin Chin Gutierrez, at 50 years-old, now responds to the name Sister Lourdes Gutierrez of the Order of the Carmelite Nuns.
Teresa in the reformation of the Carmelite Order, and together, they founded the Discalced Carmelites in 1568, a religious order devoted to the service of the Blessed Mother through prayer, solitude, humility, and penance.
The relics visited the regional police headquarters in Camp Catitipan earlier, and it was set for transfer and overnight exposition at the Carmelite Convent here.
Historiography and Identity: Responses to Medieval Carmelite Culture
THE redevelopment of Carmelite Monastery by Claire House Children's Hospice has received a substantial boost of PS20,000, thanks to a donation from Taylor Wimpey North West Teams were put through their paces in Llanberis in Snowdonia, completing a 13km walk, a 25km bike ride and a 5km canoe course.
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.
To understand what brought Carmelite Sisters of Mary Leslie Lund and Nancy Casale to seek holiness as hermits in the northwestern wilderness of Washington a quarter-century ago, it's helpful to take the long view --800 years of long view.
Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, OCD (12 October 1891-9 August 1942), was a German Jewish philosopher who converted to the Roman Catholic Church and became a Discalced Carmelite nun.
Nicky Hallett's work has played no small part in this shift as she has immersed herself in the lives of early modern English Catholic nuns who left their Protestant homeland to become nuns in Carmelite convents in northern Europe (especially Antwerp).