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Celebrating At Home - 3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time B

The Gospel today begins with the foundational cry of Jesus’ ministry: The Kingdom of God has drawn near; repent and believe the Good News. The call of

Celebrating At Home - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

This Sunday could very well be called ‘Vocation Sunday’. Both the first reading and the Gospel are stories of call and response.

The episode we read

Download Lectio Divina for January 2021

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ.


Through the intercession of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, may your faith be strengthened. May the Word of God in the

A message for Christmas

A Happy Christmas to one and all. It is that time of year when we have the joy of wishing one another the blessings of Christmas. I extend my good

Celebrating At Home Christmas - Nativity of the Lord

We began Advent with the cry, ‘Come, Lord Jesus’. Now we end it with the joyful shout, ‘God is with us!’


Reflecting on the historical birth of

Celebrating At Home - Fourth Sunday of Advent

Click the links below to download the prayers and reflections for this coming Sunday. Feel free to share these resources widely.


"The great

Celebrating At Home - Third Sunday of Advent

Celebrating at Home is a Liturgy of the Word centred around the Gospel reading for each Sunday. It includes a reflection on the Gospel and prayers.

St. Joseph, Patron of Carmel

A Letter from the Prior General, O.Carm. and Superior General, O.C.D. to the Carmelite Family on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the

Celebrating At Home - Second Sunday of Advent

To support you throughout these days when we cannot gather to celebrate the Eucharist we are offering our Celebrating at Home series each week

Lectio Divina for December 2020

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ.


Thank you for following our Lectio Divina. It is challenging for us to keep our faith when trials, persecution

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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."