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Causa Nostrae Laetitiae - Iunius 2016

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Initium Novitiatus

  • 08-06-16 Elisabetta Manuela Ferraro (Cam), Camerino, Italia
  • 09-06-16 Roberto Sánchez Mejia (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Dustin Hungerford (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Antonio Pacheco Gómez (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Justin Cinnante (SEL), Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Joseph Long Xuan Bui (SEL), Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Anthony Thanh Cong Nguyen (SEL), Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Joseph Tam Van Nguyen (SEL), Middletown, NY, USA
  • 09-06-16 Peter Trong Pham (SEL), Middletown, NY, USA
  • 11-06-16 Olga Ayala (HUD), Hudson, USA

Professio Temporanea

  • 10-06-16 Michael Joyce (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 10-06-16 Kevin Keller (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 10-06-16 Neil Conlisk (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 10-06-16 Eduardo Jaimes Aguirre (PCM) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 10-06-16 Marlon Beharry (SEL) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 10-06-16 John Viet Nguyen (SEL) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 10-06-16 Vincent Tinh Vu (SEL) Middletown, NY, USA
  • 17-06-16 M. Magdalena Frías Hernández (Mad), Madrid, España

Professio Solemnis

  • 04-06-16 Marlom Francis de Souza Moreira (Flum), Roma, Italia

Ordinatio Diaconalis

  • 12-06-16 James Eivers (Hib), Dublin, Ireland
  • 19-06-16 Anthony Armstrong (PCM), Los Angeles, USA

Ordinatio Sacerdotalis

  • 18-06-16 Wilson Randy Rudecindo Marte (ACV-Ant), Santo Domingo, República Dominicana

*foto: Professio Temporanea, Middeltown, NY, USA

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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. 

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