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Carmelite Pocket Rosary [Brown]

Designed with the Carmelite way in mind, and using their colors, this pocket rosary is graceful and sturdy. Classic, natural beads support the simple purpose of a pocket rosary: to build our spiritual resolve one decade at a time.  © Copyright 2017 Trinity Road LLC/The Catholic Company…


The Little Flower Prayer Book: A Carmelite Manual of Prayer

…Therese's spiritual writings that showcases the wisdom and contemplation she achieved in her short lifetime. Originally published in 1926 and faithfully re-typeset by TAN Books, The Little Flower Prayerbook: A Carmelite Manual of Prayers is an introduction to the time-honored Carmelite prayers…


The Way of Prayer: A Commentary on Saint Teresa's Way of Perfection

…the Our Father. The author, a renowned expert on Carmelite spirituality, includes many quotations from Saint Teresa and Saint John of the Cross, which have been conformed to the most current authorized translations. Teresa of Avila reformed the Carmelite order in the sixteenth century. Seeing Teresa…


The Autobiography of St. Teresa Of Avila

Famous Carmelite classic in a wonderful traditional translation. Her spiritual struggles, vision of her potential place in Hell, mystical graces--yet she remained very down to earth. One of the most admirable women of all time! Nice large print. The Autobiography of St. Teresa Of Avila The…


St. Teresa of Avila (DVD)

…work by her great fellow Carmelite and spiritual director, St. John of the Cross. This film reveals the conversion that Teresa herself had to go thru to deepen her own union with Christ as she endeavored to bring about that same deeper spiritual reform of her Carmelite order. It shows the tremendous…


John Of The Cross

Saint John of the Cross was a Carmelite priest, poet, theologian, spiritual director, and a leader in his religious order. He became one of the world's foremost experts on the dynamics of making progress in faith, prayer, and love. John lived in our world with his own hopes and worries, stories…

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St. Therese of Lisieux: Meditations with the Little Flower

…Soul" spread like wildfire, sparking a devotions to the little Carmelite nun that would continue to grow throughout the twentieth century. Now, a fresh look at her writings will bring St Therese's precious and simple spirituality to everyone.  This book includes 100 meditations. Also…

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Ascent of Mount Carmel

…of the pious Carmelite priest, as well as those of St. Teresa of Avila, are regarded as the peak of Spanish mysticism. This remarkable guide to the spiritual life stands as his most popular work. Imprisoned in Toledo during the sixteenth century, St. John wrote about his spiritual struggles with…


The End of the Present World and the Mysteries of the Future Life

…of conferences to help them turn their thoughts away from this life’s mean material affairs—and toward the next life’s glorious spiritual reward. His wise and uncompromising words deepened in them the spirit of recollection that all Christians must have: the abiding conviction that…


The Holy Spirit, Fire of Divine Love

…Author Fr. Wilfrid Stinissen  was born in Antwerp, Belgium, where he entered the Carmelite Order in 1944. He was sent to Sweden in 1967 to co-found a small contemplative community. His many books on the spiritual life have been translated into multiple languages. Among his works available in…


Scapular Facts

…the Scapular, and thus avail themselves of the marvelous privileges which our Blessed Lady and the Church have attached to the wearing of the Scapular. Scapular Facts Written by a Carmelite priest A helpful guide for learning about the scapular devotion A simple, easily-read handbook 5.5" x 8.5"

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Infant of Prague Novena & Prayer

In the 17th century, a monastery of Carmelite monks in Prague was promised that they wouldn't lack for anything as long as they venerated the statue of the Infant of Prague. Those prophetic words have been fulfilled not only for them but for the hundreds of thousands of the faithful who have trusted…


The Story of a Soul & The End of the Present World (2 book set)

…of Spiritual Childhood. This outstanding book has sold many millions of copies worldwide and was instrumental in bringing down the "shower of roses" which St. Therese promised to send from Heaven. The Story of a Soul conveys St. Therese of Liseux's "Little Way" of spiritual


Handmade St. Therese Statue [Brown]

…in the U.S.A. Details Thérèse of Lisieux (1873–97) was a Carmelite nun who died in obscurity in her convent at the age of 24. She became known to the world after her death when her spiritual autobiography (The Story of a Soul) was published. The book became hugely popular…


Therese - Ordinary Girl - Extraordinary Soul (DVD)

…Pope Leo XIII for permission to enter the Carmelite monastery at the unheard-of age of 15. Through the rigors of monastic life, she made the surprising yet simple discovery that holiness can be achieved by small acts of love and compassion - a spiritual path she called her "Little Way." This film…

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Mary In The Bible and In Our Lives

…Author Fr. Wilfrid Stinissen was born in Antwerp, Belgium, where he entered the Carmelite Order in 1944. He was sent to Sweden in 1967 to co-found a small contemplative community. His many books on the spiritual life have been translated into multiple languages. Among his works available in English…


Dark Night of the Soul (Audio Book)

…Soul by 16th century Carmelite monk, St. John of the Cross, addresses the feeling of being forgotten by the Presence of the Almighty that every Christian desirous of walking more closely with God must pass through in order to learn to walk by faith and not by sight. Spiritual persons suffer great…

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel: 6 Famous Carmelite Saints

…Like all Carmelites, they lived under the spiritual motherhood and patronage of Mary, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. Mary’s way of life is for the Carmelite, a model of being conformed to Christ. Mary is Mother of the Carmelite Order. Her feast day is celebrated on July 16th. So the Carmelite heart is a…

St. Teresa of Avila became a Carmelite n...

St. Teresa of Avila became a Carmelite n...

St. Teresa of Avila became a Carmelite nun at the age of 20, entering the convent more for security than for the love of God, and for two decades led what she describes as a mediocre prayer life. However, an intense spiritual experience in her 40's helped her to renounce her worldly attachments and…

From Atheist Jewish Philosopher to Carmelite Nun and Saint: The Remarkable Life of Edith Stein

…and spiritually Carmelite, who harmonized faith and reason in everything she wrote.  This she did until 1933 when the Nazi's rise to power made it impossible for her, as a Jew living in Germany, to continue her academic work.  She took this persecution as her appointed time to enter a Carmelite

Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the Legacy of Elijah

This article was written by Cheryl Hadley, a Secular Carmelite living in North Carolina.  As someone very familiar with Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and Carmelite spirituality, we've asked Cheryl to to share her wisdom and insight with our readers. On July 16, the Church celebrates the feast day of Mary,…

6 Unexpected Ways to Imitate the Virtue of St. Teresa of Avila

…yet these last words, and more, describe one of the most widely known Carmelites in history: St. Teresa of Avila. [adbutler zone_id="207190"] An Introduction to Teresa St. Teresa of Avila was inspired to reform the Carmelite order in the mid-sixteenth century. Guided by God’s grace she helped bring…

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel's Brown Scapular: What You Need to Know

…HISTORY OF THE BROWN SCAPULAR According to tradition, in the year 1251 a Carmelite superior general living in Cambridge, England, St. Simon Stock, was praying for heavenly intercession for his order, as the Carmelites were facing trials and oppression at the time. On July 16th, 1251, he received…

St. John of the Cross (1542–1591) was bo...

St. John of the Cross (1542–1591) was bo...

…Teresa of Avila, a reforming Carmelite abbess who recognized the greatness of John's virtue and requested his assistance to found a monastery of friars under the primitive Carmelite rule, as she had done for her nuns. Together they founded the Discalced Carmelites, a contemplative order of strict…

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