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Vox Eliae - Newsletter of Province of Saint Elia - NY

Author(s)/Editor(s): 
Province of SEL
Sources: 
www.carmelites.com
  • Fall 2011
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  • Spring 2011
  • Fall 2010
  • Summer 2010
  • GENERAL CONGREGATION 2011

    Author(s)/Editor(s): 
    Carmelites
    Sources: 
    www.ocarm.rog

    INTRODUCING THE CARMELITEMYSTICS

    Author(s)/Editor(s): 
    Christopher O’Donnell, O.Carm.
    Sources: 
    http://www.carmelites.ie

    PDF download: http://www.carmelites.ie/PDF/CarmeliteMystics.pdf

     

    INTRODUCING THE CARMELITEMYSTICS
    Christopher O’Donnell, O.Carm.
    It has long been my conviction that the main crisis facing the Church is not a crisis of
    faith, but a crisis of religious experience. It is not that people do not believe, but they do not
    see the point of faith. And they drift away. Despite the enormous commitment of the
    Catholic Church to the renewal of liturgy, there has not been a renewed Church. One may

    Carmelite Mysticism Historical Sketches

    Author(s)/Editor(s): 
    Blessed Titus Brandsma, O. Carm.
    Sources: 
    EWTN

    CARMEL IN PRINT

    Author(s)/Editor(s): 
    Province of PCM
    Sources: 
    http://carmelnet.org/publications.html

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Fr. Ernest Larkin, O.Carm. Approximately 100 articles on Carmelite Spirituality are available online. Click his name above to navigate to his section of our web site.
    • Fr. John Russell, O.Carm. Numerous articles on St. Thérèse and Carmelite Spirituality are available to you by clicking on his name.
    • Fr. Kevin Shanley, O.Carm. We have placed online many of Fr. Kevin’s newspaper articles on just about every topic you might imagine. Click his name above to navigate to his section of this site.

    Pope Benedict on St. Thérèse of Lisieux

    Author(s)/Editor(s): 
    Pope Benedict XVI
    Sources: 
    www.carmelite.org

    On 6th April 2011, during his general audience in Rome, Pope Benedict XVI focussed on Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897) as part of a series of catecheses on the Doctors of the Church.
    (The abbreviations in brackets refer to Thérèse’s various writings, including her autobiography Story of a Soul, her prayers, her poetry and her letters.)

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