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  2. Discalced Carmelites - Wikipedia

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    The Discalced Carmelites are friars and nuns, who dedicate themselves to a life of prayer. The Carmelite nuns live in cloistered (enclosed) monasteries and follow a completely contemplative life.

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  3. History of the Discalced Carmelite Order — St. Teresa of the ...

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    The Discalced Carmelites, both nuns and friars, aimed at a more retired and contemplative form of life, in keeping with the spirit of the original 13th century Rule of Life. Thus, it is today that there are two branches of the Carmelite family: the Ancient Observance (O. Carm.) and the Discalced (OCD). Each branch has its own Secular Order.

  4. Discalced Carmelites - Cloistered Life

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    Discalced Carmelites. The most famous Carmelite saint, St. Teresa of Avila, lived in Spain in the 16th century, a time when cloistered monasteries had grown lax. St. Teresa was determined to return to the original roots of the order, emphasizing a strict enclosure, radical poverty, and contemplative prayer.

  5. DISCALCED CARMELITESWho we are

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    The Discalced Carmel acknowledges Saint Teresa as its mother and foundress. It is the only Order which has a woman as its foundress and, distinct from the other Orders which have male and female branches, the nuns were established before the friars.

  6. The Founding of the Discalced Carmelites – Catholic Restoration

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    Aug 24, 2018 · The Discalced Carmelites were established as a separate province of the Carmelite Order by the decree “Pia consideratione” of Pope Gregory XIII on 22 June 1580.

  7. Discalced Carmelite Father Reginald Foster | Catholic New York

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    Dec 31, 2020 · Discalced Carmelite Father Reginald Foster—a world-renowned teacher of Latin, former longtime Vatican Latinist and colorful character who intrigued students and journalists—died in Milwaukee Dec. 25. He was 81.

  8. History of Carmelite Order — OCDS Wash Prov

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    The Discalced Carmelites, both nuns and friars, aimed at a more retired and contemplative form of life, in keeping with the spirit of the original 13th century Rule of Life. Thus, it is today that there are two branches of the Carmelite family: the Ancient Observance (O. Carm.) and the Discalced (OCD). Each branch has its own Secular Order.

  9. The history of the Carmelites – Carmel Holy Land

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    Thanks to her strong collaboration with the Carmelites John of the Cross and Anthony of Jesus, they founded the first convent of Discalced Carmelite Friars in Duruelo (Spain) on November 28th, 1568.

  10. Nuns | The British Province of Carmelites

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    They were known as 'Discalced' Carmelites, which means 'shoeless' (because wearing sandals instead of shoes with uppers was seen as a sign of poverty and a spirit of reform). Thanks to Teresa's reforms and innovations, the Carmelite nuns became as well known and numerous as the friars. The nuns after Teresa

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