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Elderly Sisters’ Fund

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The most treasured gifts within our community are the life, holiness, wisdom, and friendship of our sisters who for 50, 60, 70+ years, have given whole-heartedly of themselves in a life of self-giving love in the Heart of the Church. "Life enriched by experience and prayer, becomes a witness to lasting values". As our sisters age, we strive to meet, to the best of our ability, their various needs....

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The Heart of Lent in Carmel

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One Lent, long before I was a Carmelite, I decided to give up music for Lent with the intention of making myself more available for prayer. It was the hardest Lent, yet it was the best too. The liturgical season of Lent provides the opportunity for us to look within and see if there is anything that we need to let go of so we can be freer for Him...

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Carmelite Sisters Concert, Florida | April 19

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On Sunday, April 19, 2015, the Friends of Carmel Miami will be hosting the Carmelite Sisters in Concert, a musical evening of Gregorian chant and contemporary Christian to original compositions by the Carmelite Sisters in a variety of soul-stirring selections, meant to bring a message of inspiration and hope to all...

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Prayer Drive For Vocations…Thank You for Praying!

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Pope Francis reminds us that "vocations are born in prayer and from prayer; and only through prayer can they persevere and bear fruit." Our goal was 10,000 people praying for an outpouring of fervent and faithful vocations to the Religious Life! See the results here...

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Jubilee at the Cathedral

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Fidelity is measured one day at a time. When we celebrate our sister's jubilees, we are celebrating the fact that for 25 year, 50 years, 60 years, they have gotten up every single day to love and serve Jesus and His Church. Our jubilarians this year have given nearly 100,000 days of loving service to God and His Church! Enjoy this slideshow...

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Into the New Year

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A woman once asked St. John Vianney the best way to get to heaven. He answered “Quite straight, like a cannonball!” This year, I’m getting a running start! Instead of revving up the engine of my will power to make life changes that are overdue, I’m first working to put on the mind of Christ. Before the freshness of this New Year is marred by my excuses and apathy, I’m diving into prayer and asking for the grace to do what I cannot do alone.

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Jesus Is Asking You…

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Either He rose from the dead, or He didn't! Enjoy these excerpts from the weekend retreat talks of Father Stash Dailey... “Who do you say that I am?” This theme could be gleaned from the words taken from the sixteenth chapter of St. Matthew’s Gospel. But it could also be gleaned from a life that is well lived, the life of a disciple of Jesus Christ.

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Sisters and Retirement: The Carmelite Sisters in the Global Sisters Report

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We have recently embarked in partnership with the National Religious Retirement Office, and are beginning to assess our current needs and to plan for a more secure future. Read this article from the Global Sisters Report...

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