Up-Date on new Carmelite group

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Hello All - praised be Jesus Christ!
It has been a while since I have posted on this site. Very much has progressed and changed regarding my own life and the life of the endeavor to begin a new Carmelite congregation for teaching. Our Lady seems to be blessing this endeavor - there is a small group of women who began to live together in the diocese of Kansas, near Maple Hill. They have received permission from the Archbishop to begin living together as a sort of third order Carmelite - and they are under the direction of a very holy priest.

4 comments:

Matthew Monday, January 11, 2010 at 4:10:00 PM PST  

Wonderful news! Please do keep us updated of more fantastic news.

Maria Tuesday, February 2, 2010 at 6:54:00 PM PST  

At phatmass, an individual incicated that this was to be a group of Carmelite nuns. It sounds like this is not the case. Do you happen to know more details?
Thank you kindly.

Mary Pedry Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 12:55:00 PM PST  

Maria,
The ultimate goal for these young women is to become Carmelite nuns. Because it is unusual for an order to begin by lay women (though certainly not un-heard of) , then the Archbishop directed that they would start as a "sort of" third order group, and eventually if all goes well, they could then move to the next status, which I think would be called 'a pious association'. I am not sure if this answers your question? There are no nuns that I know of who are part of the group.

Anonymous,  Monday, May 10, 2010 at 6:24:00 PM PDT  

Praised be Jesus Christ!
Here is a solitary place to start carmel. Would you have any thoughts about this? Are you able to visit here? If you all right I could visit you too.
with Jesus Christ
hidden one

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