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Initium Novitiatus
01-09-19 Grzegorz Gaweł (Pol), Obory, Polska
03-09-19 Leonardo Montes Gómez (ACV-Ant), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Luis Ramón López Ramos (ACV-Ant), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Renyel Sánchez Ayala (ACV-Ant), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Ian Karlo Figueroa Dávila (ACV-Ant), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Yordy De Jesús Genao Peña (ACV-Ant), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Daniel Lomas Delgado (Baet), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Luca Esposito (Brun), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Edgar Jesús Plaza Rangel (Cat-Ven), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Vicent Eloexy Bravo Sarmiento (Cat-Ven), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Daniele Di Filippo (Ita), Salamanca, España
03-09-19 Pierpaolo Marcotullio (Ita), Salamanca, España
08-09-19 Elisha Marie Bernal (CHR), Christoval, USA

Professio Temporanea
08-09-19 Edwin Rafael Bolívar Gámez (Cat-Ven), Tarrega, España

Professio Solemnis
07-09-19 M. Elena Núñez Celda (SLC) Santiago de los Caballeros, Republica Dominicana
08-09-19 Paolo Maria Guerrini (Ita), Pisa, Italia

Ordinatio Diaconalis
07-09-19 Jeffrey Lima (PCM), Washington DC, USA
07-09-19 Mikhail D. Woodruffe (SEL), Washington DC, USA
07-09-19 Leonard Paul Richmond (SEL) Washington DC, USA

78/2019 – 04 – 10

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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."