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

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Set high on a hill, the Carmelite convent in Marawi overlooked the placid Lanao Lake.
Though both spent many years of devotion residing in communal monasteries with other Carmelite nuns, it was their desire to live more fully the spirituality of the monks of Mount Carmel that led them into the wilderness, to seek "the original charism," that of the first Carmelite hermits.
She was admitted to the Discalced Carmelite monastery in Cologne the following October.
When two nuns were separated from each other, the Prioress of the Antwerp convent, Anne of Ascension (Anne Worsley) sent to her Carmelite sister, Catherine of the Blessed Sacrament (Catherine Windoe), a scapular.
Her study is divided thematically into chapters which each consider how the five senses of touch, taste, hearing, smell, and sight were mediated in the writings of the English Carmelite sisters.
From the beginning of a permanent establishment in 1610 until its end in 1753, the Carmelite chronicles describe the everyday life in Persia, be it political, social, cultural, or religious; they also testify to the executions of Christian martyrs (e.
The third article, by Joseph Hammond, discusses a case of Carmelite patronage in Venice and focuses on the celebration of a new saint, S.
During the visit which ends today he went to St Helens to the Shrine of Blessed Dominic Barberi at Sutton, and later celebrated mass at the Carmelite Monastery in Honeysgreen Lane, Liverpool, with Carmelite Sisters from the three local monasteries.
Nevada (US), Feb 14 (ANI): In a remarkable interfaith gesture, Carmelite nuns and well-known Hindu statesman Rajan Zed prayed together in Reno (Nevada, USA) on February 13 for the "peace and love" of humanity.
Carmelite), suffered injuries when she fell on august 9, 1999, while under the care and supervision of Carmelite and its employees at the time of her fall.
I first met Catherine many years ago when my nephew, a Carmelite priest who was in change of a monastery in Argentina and additionally ran a priest's seminary in Buenos Aires, came to see me here in Huddersfield.
Maronite Partiarch Mar Nasrallah Boutors Sfeir met today at Bkirki with regional head of Carmelite Order in Lebanon Father Raymond Abdo accompanied by Carmelite monastery's head in Kobayath Father Michel Abboud and Lebanese businessman Nehme Taouk.
Carmelite liturgy and spiritual identity; the choir books of Krakow.
St Thrse of Lisieux was a French Carmelite nun who died of tuberculosis in 1897 aged 24.
ST Thrse of Lisieux, a French Carmelite nun, was born in Alenon, Normandy, and entered a Carmelite convent in Lisieux, aged 15.