A Lovers Quest

The story of Carmel is essentially a love story and, like every love story, involves a journey of the heart, a journey that will ultimately be fulfilled only in the possession of the Beloved. We are made

Carmelite Saints CalendarLiturgy Guidelines 2007: – Sundays Year C; Weekdays Year 1.
(For an explanation of the various categories of celebration please see liturgical notes
OCD = Celebration for Discalced Carmelites.
OC = Celebration for Carmelites of the …

CAPIO – Carmelite Prisoners Interest Organization

CAPIO aims at restoring the human rights and dignity of prisoners and through improved services enance their spiritual growth and mutual respect for justice and peace.

Carmelite Prisoners Interest Organization is a faith based …

The first Teresian (Discalced) Carmelites came to Ireland some forty years after the death of St Teresa and established a house in Dublin I625. Today there are five fully established houses in Ireland: three in Dublin and one in Derry …

TERESIAN PRESS is the book publisher of the Teresian Carmelite friars of Great Britain and Ireland. While the Press has brought out a number of books and booklets going back a number of years – including the Carmelite missal and …

Mount Carmel is the flagship magazine of the Teresian Carmelite friars of Great Britain and Ireland, It Is read and loved all over the world and contains 80 pages (21 cm x 15 cm) of Articles, Poems and Book Reviews in …

Carmelite Ordo 2021

A carefully structured liturgical order with particular attention to Carmelite Feasts and Solemnities.

• begins with the liturgical season of Advent
• Celebrations particular to each Province
• Dedication of Churches
• Remembrance of the Dead of …

Prayer, community, and service are the pillars of Carmelite life. The Gospel can be summed up in two invitations of Jesus: ‘Come follow me and ‘Go and preach the Good News.’ Every Christian is called to follow Christ, to stay close to him through …

‘In this house all must be friends
All must be helped
All must be loved
All must be held dear’.
(Teresa of Avila)

There are currently eight convents of Carmelite Sisters in Ireland.

As well as having their own individual …

In 1988, the Anglo-Irish Province was invited to found a mission in Nigeria. The Order was soon blessed with local vocations and is now a separate Region within the Province with over fifty friars and eleven Houses in Enugue, Nsukka, …