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General Commission for Evangelization, 22nd-26th November 2010

No: 
116/2010-30-12

From 22nd to 26th November 2010 the General Commission for Evangelization met in the General Curia under the direction of Fr. Désiré Unen Alimange, who is responsible for the Commission. Also present were Matteo Palumbo (Ita.), Cléophas Kakule Maghulu (Ita-Congo), Ronald Ockham (PCM), and Antonio Silvio da Costa Junior (Flum.). The members worked on two topics: how make known our Carmelites saints, and Carmel facing a world of suffering. The next meeting will take place in Rome in 2012.

CHRISTUS NATUS EST NOBIS!

No: 
115/2010-24-12
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VENITE ADOREMUS!
NATALE HILARE ET ANNUM FAUSTUM
25.XII.2010
 
FERNANDO PRIOR GENERALIS
DOMUSQUE GENERALIS COMMUNITAS

Bibliotheca Carmelitana Nova

No: 
114/2010-22-12
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On Tuesday 14 December a meeting between took place in Rome regarding a project to update and expand the 18th century work Bibliotheca Carmelitana. Kevin Alban, Giovanni Grosso and Ton van der Gulik received Prof. Dr. Gert Melville and Dr. Coralie Zermatten from the Research Center for the Comparative History of Religious Orders of the University of Dresden, Germany.

Meeting of the O. Carm. and OCD General Councils on Mount Carmel

No: 
113/2010-10-12
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From 29th November to 4th December, a meeting of the O. Carm. and OCD General Councils was held at the Stella Maris House on Mount Carmel in Haifa, Israel. The first two days,

FR. WILMAR SANTIN O.CARM.: NEW CARMELITE BISHOP

No: 
112/2010-8-12
FR. WILMAR SANTIN O.CARM.: NEW CARMELITE BISHOP

The Carmelite Order is delighted to announce today, 8th December 2010, that the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI has nominated bishop of the Territorial Prelature of Itaituba, in Brazil, Fr. Wilmar Santin O.Carm.,

Decoration for Fr. Giovanni Grosso

No: 
111/2010-8-12
Decoration for Fr. Giovanni Grosso

On 3rd December last, in the course of a reception given by the Portuguese Embassy to the Holy See, to which various Portuguese clergy present in Rome, the ambassadors of the Portuguese speaking nations, Spain, and Poland, as well as some Carmelites attended,

Activities of the Prior General

No: 
110/2010/7-12
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The Prior General, Fr. Fernando Millán Romeral, O.Carm., accompanied by Fr. John Keating, O.Carm., Councillor General for Europe, carried out the canonical visitation of the Betica Province, Spain, from the 28th September to the 9th October. On the 1st October he participated in the inauguration of the "Titus Brandsma Memorial" in Nijmegen, the Netherlands (Citoc 87/2010).

Letter of the Carmelite Young People of Europe to the Prior General

No: 
109/2010-27-11
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At the conclusion of the Carmelite Youth Pilgrimage of Hope, which was held in Rome in July 2010, the participants were asked to write an individual letter to the Prior General in response to his letter addressed to them during the Pilgrimage.

Vitam Coelo Reddiderunt

No: 
108/2010-27-11

P. John Knoernschild, PCM

14-11-10

Ortus: 26-10-44

P. Temp.: 22-08-64

P. Soll.: 14-02-68

Ord.: 23-05-70

Colloquium of the O.Carm. Schools in the Philippines

No: 
107/2010-24-11
Colloquium of the O.Carm. Schools in the Philippines

Forty-one Carmelite educators from the four O.Carm. schools in the Philippines (Mount Carmel College of Escalante, Negros Occidental; Mount Carmel College of San Francisco, Mount Carmel High School of Rosario and Father Urios High School of Prosperidad)

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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." 

 



by Dr. Radut