20 reviews of Carmelite Monastery "I have a daughter so you can see why I might be interested in the local nunnery! Santa Clara is blessed to have a convent tucked away near the old downtown (down the road from SCU and St Clare). The place is coming up on it's 100th anniversary (founded in 1917).
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SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA: Carmelite Monastery of San Francisco - Carmel of the Infant Jesus: 1000 Lincoln Street: Santa Clara, CA 95050-5285: Telephone: (408) 296-8412 (automatic switch to second line, unlisted) Answered from 9:00 A.M. To 12 Noon, 1 P.M. To 4:15 P.M. Answering machine at other times: Fax: (408) 248-4846: Email: santaclarracarmel ...
Foundresses circa 1925 Armed with this permission, the bishop contacted Mother Augustine of the Santa Clara Carmelite Monastery to ask her if she would make a new foundation in Carmel. She was delighted with the idea! She inquired among her nuns to see if any of them would like to go.
Carmelite Monastery of San Francisco – Carmel of the Infant Jesus 1000 Lincoln Street, Santa Clara, CA 95050
Oct 15, 2018 · Discalced Carmelite Nuns live a life wholly dedicated to contemplation. Like Elijah on Mount Carmel, they seek the face of God through their life of prayer. They live a strict papal enclosure, a full liturgical life including daily Mass and the Liturgy of the Hours, and a life of penance in the spirit of St. Teresa of Avila.
Santa Clara, CA 95050. The Divine Liturgy is celebrated: Sunday's 08:15 at the Carmelite Monastery Chapel 1000 Lincoln Street Santa Clara, CA 95050.
We are Discalced Carmelite Nuns, daughters of St. Teresa of Avila. We are consecrated to Jesus Christ by a life of unceasing prayer lived in a cloistered community of women. His love has called us to live together as sisters in a small family in order to help one another and to pray for the needs of the Church and the world.
We are a traditional community of Discalced Carmelite Nuns living the charism of Our Holy Mother St. Teresa of Jesus. Our monastery is situated in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains on the high desert of northern New Mexico. This environment echoes the spirit of Elijah the Prophet and our Order's first
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Carmel responds to Covid-19 Today people feel a helplessness that they have never felt before. In the face of a virus that spreads rapidly and has led to the death of many thousands of people throughout the world, we are caught between fear and hope, given that along with those who have died, an even greater number have been cured.