‘Athletes for Christ’ they called themselves. The Desert Fathers were unobtrusive, fourth century hermits who went to extremes, leading a strenuous pursuit of spiritual rigor in the empty wastelands of Syria, Egypt and Palestine.
Were they desperate fools or the first radical Christians?And what relevance can they have for us today?It all depends, I suppose, on what you think of the Gospel.I...
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RECOVERY OF MOUNT CARMEL IN ISRAEL
A MALTESE ACCOMPLISHMENT
This is taken from a study written by Father Angelicus Busuttil, OCD. See the full article at http://maltahistory.eu5.net/md/MD30.html
“... And here we have to mention the work of a Maltese recruit to the Order at Cospicua that led to the final reclamation of the biblical cradle...
THE DISCALCED CARMELITES A NEW MARIAN ORDER IN 17th CENTURY MALTA
Father Angelicus Busuttil OCD
This is part of a study written by our late Father Angelicus Busuttil. An eminent preacher and a prolific writer, he passed away on October 2, 2002 after a long and fruitful service to the local Church. He was pastor at Ta’ Xbiex between 1978 amd 1987. He translated into Maltese the works of Saint...
We are on a generous streak. We have in stock a number of books which we are ready to give out GRATIS, yes FREE.
We are even ready to mail them to you for free - a kind benefactor agreed to pay the postage! Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address, specifying which books you want and voila.... the books will be mailed to you! No obligation whatsoever.
Just say a small...
Very good news. Our prayers to The Child Jesus of Prague are giving fruit! Josef Saleh, a young man from Pembroke will be joining us on February 17th to start his Aspirancy in our family. This is his first baby step towards full membership in Carmel.
We are all very happy!
Josef has been attending regularly the live-ins organized by Father Karm in Cospicua and frequently helps out in our Sanctuary...
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Yes, it was beautiful! Love, especially divine love, is always beautiful!
On the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2020, Jesus Christ and Sister Miriam Kibsah got ‘married’ in the Carmelite Monastery of Morristown New Jersey. Presiding was Bishop Arthur Serratelli, Bishop Emeritus of Paterson. The occasion was the solemn profession of Sister Miriam Kibsah.
“What a gift for the whole...