Carmelite


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Carmelite: Carmelite order, Carmelite nuns
  • noun

Synonyms for Carmelite

a Roman Catholic friar wearing the white cloak of the Carmelite order

References in periodicals archive ?
They put an emphasis on praying in such a way that one lets God take over in one's life," said Keith Egan, who organizes an annual forum on Carmelite spirituality and is emeritus professor of theology at St.
Nine hundred years after their foundation, the Carmelites are still able, on a wing and a prayer, to commission a new building.
Carmelite education has led many young men to want to become Carmelite priests.
A 400lb golden coffin containing the remains of the 19th century Carmelite nun will arrive from France on Easter Sunday.
Despite recently losing their formal church recognition, members of the Carmelite community said they won't disband and have vowed to continue their ministry.
Having always longed to join the Carmelite nuns, when her family moved to Lisieux she tried to enter the convent there but was refused entry because she was too young, under 16, so she appealed directly to Pope Leo XIII.
This biography of Jewish philosopher and Carmelite nun Edith Stein (1891-1942) is a rich, multilayered text.
Adventures in Prayer A Carmelite Trilogy WRITTEN BY Noel D.
In this fluid and beautifully crafted book Megan Holmes gives new and rich insight into the religious context and the societal patterns that framed the works made between the 1430s and the 1450s by the Carmelite painter Fra Filippo Lippi.
They have taken the USA by storm and we expect the same to happen here," said Fr Joseph Linus Ryan, a Carmelite priest who is national co-ordinator for the visit.
Now she has written a pioneering study of the origins and development of the Carmelite order in Catalonia between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries.
Robert Woods, 26, of Carmelite Cottages, Drogheda, Co Louth, had pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to the unlawful killing of Barry Grant, 20, of Clonee, Co Meath.
The relics of Saint Therese of Lisieux, the French Carmelite nun whose "little way" of spiritual perfection became widely known through her autobiography, will come to the National Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak for a one-day visit on Wednesday, November 3.
Father Frank O'Gara, Carmelite Prior at the church, said: "I have had several very annoyed phone calls over the last 24 hours from people who have said we have always professed to have the genuine remains.
Contract award: construction of parking for the carmelite forum istres.