Carmelite

Carmel is a worldwide Christian religious family that first came to Britain in 1242 and is alive and active today with over forty communities of friars, religious sisters, and lay Carmelites in England, Scotland, and Wales. Carmelites seek to be contemplatives, friends with God, who form praying communities at the service of all God's people. Reading the signs of the times we are engaged in many different ministries of service and presence: retreats and spiritual development; parishes; shrine ministry (including Aylesford Priory and the National Shrine of Saint Jude); prison, hospital and university chaplaincy; counselling; teaching and research; publishing and broadcasting; ecumenism and interfaith dialogue; justice and peace work; and many other apostolates.

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Carmel in Britain - Theology and Writings

A volume of essays on the history of the Carmelite Order in medieval Europe. 382 pages.

Carmel: School of Prayer

Elements of the Carmelite tradition provide the basis for developing a contemplative prayer stance in today’s world. This book, composed of talks given by Joseph Chalmers, O. Carm. to various audiences, provides thoughts for reflection and practical advice for confronting the challenges of prayer and “reading the signs of the times” through a Carmelite lens of hope, faith and love.

Carmelite Liturgy and Spiritual Identity

by James J. Boyce O. Carm. Second hand copy in excellent condition.

Carmelite Mysticism - Blessed Titus Brandsma

These nine booklets contain a lecture from a series given by Blessed Titus Brandsma when he was in America.