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How hopeless I find myself to fill the mold of my divine Spouse and my most Holy Mother.

St. Teresa of the Andes

 

Other Carmelite Saints and Blesseds

 

 


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Carmel in the French Revolution
(Martyrs of Compiègne)

Salvatore Sciurba O.C.D.

The execution of the 16 Carmelite nuns from the monastery of Compiègne was the beginning of the end of the bloody French Revolution. The events that led up to this dramatic moment are discussed as well as the implications of the nun’s almost two years of constant, daily prayer for the restoration of peace to France and to the Church.

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Elijah: A Prophet in Crisis

Kevin Culligan O.C.D.

This is a discussion of Elijah the Prophet in a Time of Crisis and how his experience relates to our own modern world with what seem to be numerous global crises and how the Carmelite tradition can play a role in lifting the collective spirit of society.

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Three Heroic Women: Mary, Teresa and Thérèse

Emmanuel Sullivan O.C.D.

This talk speaks of three heroic women: Mary of Nazareth, Teresa of Jesus (Avila), and Thérèse de Lisieux. These three women have not only proclaimed the human Jesus, but Mary, Teresa, and Thérèse have made it possible for all of us to come to a deeper consciousness and a deeper awareness of the fact that Jesus is not only God but is truly man as well. The main consideration is centered on Thérèse de Lisieux and her relationship Mary the Mother of Jesus.

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Praying with Brother Lawrence:
The Practice of the Presence of God

Gregory Klein O.Carm

According to Brother Lawrence, the practice of the presence of God is a simple, loving, contemplative attention to God with us always. We do not need to put ourselves to a lot of trouble he says to learn this method of prayer. We serve God in Holy freedom and work faithfully to bring our minds back to God as often as possible.

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Barbe Acarie & the Beginnings of Carmel in France

Mary Frohlich R.S.C.J.

Barbe Acarie was a remarkable woman who demonstrated a Christian way and left a lasting legacy to her church. She began to have overwhelming mystical experiences at the age of 24 as a mother of five young children and later became a Carmelite Lay Sister remembered as Blessed Marie of the Incarnation, OCD. Her story includes the beginnings of Teresan Carmel in France in the 16th century and gives insight into the paths to become a Carmelite Sister at that time.

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The Education of Desire in the Letters of Madeline de Saint-Joseph

Mary Frohlich R.S.C.J.

Madeline of Saint-Joseph lived from 1578 to 1607 and was the first French Prioress of the Discalced Carmel. She represents that first planting of the discalced Carmel outside of Spain. She is very little known in the English speaking world because very little has been translated but the 300 letters that exist are almost all letters of spiritual guidance. This talk will discuss first, Madeline’s own spiritual desires, second, her practice of spiritual guidance - what she taught about the practice of spiritual guidance, and third how she practiced the education of desire.

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Br. Lawrence: Saving Private Herman

Marc Foley O.C.D.

Saving Private Herman explores the question of who was the man who showed up at the Carmelite Monastery in Paris at the age of 26, one Nicholas Herman, and who then became Brother Lawrence of the Resurrection? This lecture will examine the events of Brother Lawrence’s youth, especially his military service during the Thirty Years War.

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Père Jacques’ Retreat
Salvatore Sciurba O.C.D.


 “Père Jacques’ Retreat” examines several dimensions of the life and teaching of the priest who died trying to save the lives of three Jewish children in World War II’s occupied France. After reviewing the events of Père Jacques Bunel’s life, it will consider the spirituality of the last retreat that Père Jacques gave in 1943 and the centrality of Christ in his message. It will also explain the role of the Holy Spirit, the priest’s devotion for Mary, solitude, silence, prayer, the cross, and hope.

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Br. Lawrence of the Resurrection:
The Practice of the Presence of God

Salvatore Sciurba O.C.D.

The holiest and most necessary practice in the spiritual life is that of the presence of God. It consists in taking delight in and becoming accustomed to His divine presence, speaking humbly and conversing lovingly with Him all of the time. In some ways, that simple statement from Brother Lawrence sums up his whole approach to the spiritual life.

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