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46/2018 – 02 – 07
Professio Temporanea

Initium Novitiatus

  • 10-06-18 Vincent Tai Vu (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Daniel Schuler (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Michael Tu Tran (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 John Truc Minh Nguyen (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Jonathan Steele (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Joseph Tuan Anh Bui (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Filiberto Oregel Alvarez (PCM), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Roberto Carlos Reyes Castillo (PCM), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Benito Martinez Dominguez (PCM), Middletown, USA
  • 10-06-18 Ryan-Joseph Resurreccion (PCM), Middletown, USA


Professio Temporanea

  • 10-06-18 M. Anabel Chirinos España (ONT), Onteniente, España
  • 11-06-18 John Baptist The Hoang (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 11-06-18 Paul Tuan Dang (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 11-06-18 Von Erick Sandoval (SEL), Middletown, USA
  • 11-06-18 Manuel Pérez Demetrio (PCM), Middletown, USA
  • 11-06-18 Adrian Hernández Ramírez (PCM), Middletown, USA
  • 11-06-18 Stephan Rochefort (PCM), Middletown, USA
  • 24-06-18 Antonia M. Diaz Sánchez (VDA), Villalba del Alcor, España
  • 24-06-18 Maria Cecília Rocha (JAB), Jaboticabal, Brasil


Ordinatio Diaconalis

  • 05-05-18 Jorge Monterroso (PCM), Washington, DC, USA


Ordinatio Sacerdotalis

  • 16-06-18 Pedro Rangel Trajano Lins (Pern), Caririaçu, Brasil

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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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