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The convent was also known commonly as Carmen de la Canadilla (Carmen refers to the Carmelite order and Canadilla to the neighborhood in Santiago).
In a chapter on "first foundations" she evokes the role of Barbe Acarie and her circle in establishing a French Carmelite order, sloughing off the tutelage of Mother Ana de Jesus and her entourage of Spanish nuns brought to ensure adherence to Saint Teresa's model.
Acarie practiced both heroic self-mortification and the life of an active reformer, most notably by establishing the Discalced Carmelite order in France.
Bernanos's last work, Dialogues of the Carmelites, consists of a play based on the historical martyrdom, just ten days before the fall of Robespierre in July 1794, of sixteen nuns, members of the Carmelite order from the monastery of Compiegne.
Jim Hay, solicitor for the Carmelite order, said after the case: "The order very much regret any suffering caused to the lady who has brought the complaint.
also provides helpful background on the establishment of the Carmelite order and the foundation of the reform, including John's meeting with Teresa of Avila.
Phillipa Carruth became a recluse in a council flat when she left the enclosed Carmelite Order where quiet prayer took up most of every day from 5.
Reichspogromnacht, November 9-10, 1938, caused Stein to flee from Germany for a safer Carmelite order in Echt, Holland.
Jotischky studies the origins and development of the Carmelite Order and concentrates in particular on the Carmelites' own historiography until about 1530.