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  • Title: OCD - Discalced Carmelites
    Descriptive info: .. Homepage.. Carmelite Spirituality.. Our Mission.. Discalced Carmelite Friars.. Sisters.. OCDS.. Tuesday 17th of July 2012.. Home.. Our Locations.. Avila Retreat Centre.. St.. Teresa's, Clarendon St.. Josephs, Berkeley Rd.. The Abbey, Loughrea.. Iona Retreat Centre, Derry.. England, Scotland, Wales.. Quick Links.. Who we are ?.. Carmelite Saints.. Our Carmelite Doctors.. Carmelite Feastdays.. Retreats / Spirituality.. The Brown Scapular.. Rule of St Albert.. Our Dead - Friars.. Useful Links.. Contact Us.. Social Media.. Do you have a vocation?.. Upcoming Events.. Carmelite Bookshop.. Post Prayer.. FLOWER of Carmel,Tall vine blossom laden;.. Splendor of heaven, Childbearing yet maiden.. None equals thee.. Mother so tender, Who no man didst know,.. On Carmel's children Thy favors bestow.. Star of the Sea.. Strong stem of Jesse,.. Who bore one bright flower,.. Be ever near us and guard us each hour,.. who serve thee here.. Purest of lilies, That flowers among thorns,.. Bring help to the true heart That in weakness.. turns and trusts in thee.. Strongest of armor, We trust in thy might:.. Under thy mantle, Hard press'd in the fight,.. we call to thee.. Our way uncertain, Surrounded by foes,.. Unfailing counsel You give to those who turn to thee.. O gentle Mother Who in Carmel reigns,.. Share with your  ...   occasion of thanksgiving for the countless blessings which Our Lady had.. more.. Feastday July 13th - St Teresa of the Andes.. She was beatified on 3rd April, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and canonised on 21st March, 1993 by Pope John Paul II and proposed as a model for young people.. She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian.. Weekly Letter - Born for You - How fortunate I am,.. Anna Boj - Discalced Carmelite, Matró monastery - 'When I met you, you opened up an infinite interior world, allowing me to walk through the most hidden places, between light and shadows, until I came before the Lord of.. 8th July - Novena to Our Lady of Mt Carmel begins.. Novena to Our Lady of Mount Carmel begins on the 8th of July and finishes on the 16th of July, the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.. Join us in prayer click here>>>>.. International Carmelite News.. Provincial Delegate of Ecuador diesLetter of Bishop Anibal Nieto OCD to St.. TeresaSecretary General for Missions launches websiteNew Technology for Formation in Portuguese CarmelsAppointments of General Definitory.. Carmelite News Archive.. Popes Voice.. OCD WEBMAIL.. Copyright 2010 Discalced Carmelites.. All Rights Reserved.. Site Developed by.. eWrite CMS..

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  • Title: OCD - Spirituality main page
    Descriptive info: Carmelite Spirituality: A life modeled on Mary.. By God's grace we bear the name 'Brothers of the Blessed Virgin Mary' and belong to a religious family dedicated to her love and service.. This special bond with our Lady influences our whole approach to the pursuit of perfect charity.. It pervades our communities and stamps our life of prayer and contemplation, our apostolic zeal and activity and even the kind of self-denial we practise, with a distinctly marian character.. read more.. Personal Prayer in allegiance to Jesus Christ.. By our Carmelite vocation we are committed to a life of 'allegiance to Jesus Christ' as we 'ponder the law of the Lord day and night'.. (Carmelite Rule).. and are 'vigilant  ...   the church looks upon us as a family totally committed to prayer, a family that strives to live in depth the mystery of christian prayer and be, as it were, its living witness.. Our Carmelite Saints.. Throughout history, the Carmelite Order has been blessed with men and women outstanding in zeal for God and the spread of His Word wherever they have found themselves.. Some of these have been elevated by the Church to the ranks of the Blesseds and Saints.. Carmelite Bookshop.. If you would like to explore the topic of spirituality more you will find a wide selection of books, tapes and CDs at the.. Carmelite Book Service.. in Boars Hill, Oxford, England.. You can order online..

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  • Title: OCD - Our Mission
    Descriptive info: Our Mission.. Christ, sent into the world by the Father, is the source and exemplar of every apostolic mission.. We identify with him both in our hearts and in our behaviour, so that our life itself bears witness to the Gospel and brings its joyful message to people, especially the poor.. By living our profession of the evangelical counsels (Poverty, Chastity and Obedience) we grow in charity and become more vitally involved in the mystery of the Church.. This impels us to share with others things spiritual and temporal, so that all may experience the freedom won for us by Christ and grow together in faith to full maturity in Christ.. Our Holy Foundress St.. Teresa's (of Avila) deep experience of the mystery of the Church, coupled with her ardent zeal for the glory of God, led her to give a definitely apostolic incentive to our whole Carmelite life of prayer and self-denial.. When she set about establishing a new family of friars, she also intended that they should be learned and experienced in the ways of God and actively engaged in a manifold service of the Church by their teaching and example, with the emphasis on the latter.. True to this ideal, we try to imbue our whole life of prayer with an apostolic spirit and ensure that our apostolic activity stems from and is constantly sustained by our close union with God.. Through assiduous reading and study we must be well versed in the scriptures and acquire a surpassing knowledge of Jesus Christ so  ...   on to the Order the ardent missionary zeal that burned within her heart, and it was her wish that the friars should also undertake missionary activity.. (see our missions).. When charity and the needs of the Church urge it, and after taking local circumstances into consideration, we take on the care of parishes for the sake of serving the people of God.. While providing a manifold service in the Church, we give priority to the special apstolate of the Order which, as it were, grows out of the nature of its charism.. In this way we present ourselves with our true identity and are faithful to our own specific mission.. Our Holy Parents are acclaimed in the Church as masters and models of intimacy with God.. This impels us too to characterise our role in the Church by a special apostolic involvement in promoting a deeper spiritual life among the faithful.. That is how we serve the Church according to our charism, and faithfully carry on the spiritual tradition of the Order.. Down through the centuries our Order has fulfilled this special mission in a variety of ways, by the spoken and written word.. We must continue this and update our methods so that we can more fully and successfully share with others the treasures of our rich spiritual heritage.. That is why our houses vary in ministry (retreat houses, public churches, parishes) while always maintaining our unique Carmelite identity and expression, dedicated to personal prayer and its promotion.. Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 13:31..

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  • Title: OCD - Discalced Carmelite Friars
    Descriptive info: Discalced Carmelite Friars.. Discalced Carmelite Friars of the Irish Region.. We, the Discalced Carmelite friars, are men who follow a way of consecrated life inspired by the Rule of St Albert as it was interpreted by Sts Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross.. The distinctive feature of our way of life is our focus on personal prayer or meditation, as it is often called today.. In addition to our daily Mass and Divine Office we spend two hours in personal prayer each day.. This prayer is at the very heart of our life.. Through it we deepen our awareness of God's love for us and his presence in our world.. We feel called to witness to the value of prayer.. The second important element in our life is that we live in community, usually of  ...   the service of God's people.. Prayer is a priority in that service.. We are fortunate in inheriting the mystical tradition of St Teresa and St John of the Cross.. Our contribution as Carmelites lies principally in helping people in their prayer, whether they pray regularly or have forgotten how to pray.. We try to give our celebration of sacraments or the way we run our parishes a prayerful quality that is distinctive.. We invite people to join us in our prayer.. We pray with and for people.. We give individual accompaniment and retreats and courses on prayer.. If you would like to see the locations of our various communities and their work.. please click here.. They will give you a better idea of who we are and what we do.. Last Updated on Thursday, 08 July 2010 20:47..

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  • Title: OCD - Carmelite Sisters
    Descriptive info: Carmelite Sisters.. We invite you to visit our website -.. Carmelite Sisters - Ireland.. May your visit leave you with some sense of the mystery of God.. This site offers you:.. a brief introduction to our.. way of life.. a glance at our historical.. roots.. a thought on.. prayer.. for each day of the month.. the.. location.. and address of each Carmelite monastery in Ireland.. glimpses.. of how individual sisters see their vocation.. relevant.. links.. The  ...   Carmelite Nuns of Ireland.. For information about:.. Carmelite nuns in Britain:.. Association of Carmelite Nuns in Britain:.. If you would like to explore the possibility of becoming a Carmelite nun please contact the Prioress at any of the Carmel mentioned on this page.. Delgany, Ireland.. |.. Firhouse, Ireland.. Glenvale, N.. Ireland.. Hampton, Ireland.. Kilmacud, Ireland.. Knock, Ireland.. Loughrea, Ireland.. Malahide, Ireland.. New Ross, Ireland.. Roebuck, Ireland.. | Tallow, Ireland.. Zing, Nigeria.. Pastuva, Lithuania.. Auckland, New Zealand..

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  • Title: OCD - The News
    Descriptive info: The News.. Discalced Carmelite Secular Order.. OCDS - Tallow Co.. Waterford 2010.. Discalced Carmelite lay people, also known as Secular Carmelites or OCDS, are those who feel attracted to live the spirit of the Carmelite Rule in their lay situation.. Here a member describes her.. experience.. of being a member of the OCDS.. The.. OCDS Constitutions.. outline how secular Carmelites can live the Rule of St Albert.. If you would like to join the Discalced Carmelite Secular Order please contact the president of the group nearest to you.. OCDS Groups.. Avila - Elijah of Mount Carmel Community.. President: Miss Oonagh Twomey.. 7 Silver Birches, Dundrum, Dublin 14.. Spiritual Assistant: Fr Michael Miners, OCDS.. The group meets at Avila on the 4th Saturday of each month from 10.. 00 a.. m.. - 1.. 00 p.. Avila - St Joseph's Community.. President: c/o Avila, Morehampton Road, Dublin 4.. Spiritual Assistant: Fr.. Michael Miners, OCDS.. The group meets at Avila on the 4th Saturday of each month from 2.. - 5.. Belfast - Holy Cross Community.. President:.. Spiritual Assistant: Fr Sean Conlon, OCD.. The group meets at the Poor Clare Monastery, Cliftonville Road, Belfast on the third Saturday of each month at 2.. 30 p.. Website:.. http://spaces.. msn.. com/members/ocds-belfast/.. Derry - St Colmcille Community.. President: Mrs Eilis Desmond.. 4 Troy Park, Derry BT48 7RL, N.. Spiritual Assistant: Fr John McNamarra, OCD.. The group meets at Termonbacca on the last Sunday of each month at 6.. 00p.. Dungarvan - Holy Family  ...   OCD.. The group meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 6pm at Tranquilla, Carmelite monastery, Knock.. For information contact the President at the above address.. Loughrea - St Joseph's Community.. The group meets at The Abbey on the last Wednesday of each month.. During Winter months the meeting takes place on the last Saturday of each month at 11.. New Ross Group.. President: Mr Jim Cleary.. Spiritual Assistant:.. The group meets at the Augustinian Church on the first Wednesday of each month at 8.. Clarendon Street - St Teresa Community.. President: Mrs.. Maura Bracken.. "The Two Hearts", 93 Trimbleston, Goatstown Road, Dublin 14.. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Spiritual Assistant:.. Fr.. Jim Noonan OCD.. The group meets at St.. Teresa's on the third Sunday of each month at 2p.. The National Council.. -.. is comprised of representatives from the groups and the Provincial Delegate.. Christopher McCamley (Belfast.. Maura Bracken (Clarendon Street).. Mary Dolan (Loughrea).. Nora Surpless (Derry).. Mary Byrne (Knock).. Jim Cleary (New Ross).. Joe Smith (Hampton).. Flo Fitzgerald (Dungarvan/Tallow).. Mairead Holten (Avila - St.. Joseph's).. Oonagh Twomey (Avila - Elijah and John Quigley from Sept.. 2011).. Regional Delegate (Ireland) for the Secular Order:.. Joe Birmingham, OCD.. Avila, Morehampton Road, Dublin 4.. Tel:.. 01 643 0200.. Fax 01 643 0281; email:.. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. OCDS Newsletter (Editor):.. Carmel Semple c/o Avila.. Roisin Ni Bhroin Assistant Editor c/o Clarendon Street..

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  • Title: OCD - Avila Carmelite Centre, Dublin
    Descriptive info: Avila Carmelite Centre, Dublin.. Fr Michael (Prior).. Fr Eugene.. Br Noel.. Community.. : Fr Michael McGoldrick, OCD (Prior), Fr Eugene McCaffrey, OCD (Sub-prior), Fr Stanislaus Callanan, OCD, Fr Tom Stone, OCD, Fr Colm Stone, OCD, Fr Joseph Birmingham, OCD, Br Noel O'Connor, OCD, Fr Joseph Vellanal, OCD (Delhi Province), Fr Michael Miners OCDS.. Schedule of Services:.. Masses:.. From Mon - Fri: 6.. - (Evening Prayer follows the Mass).. Sat: 12 pm; Sunday: 11.. 30am.. Holy Days of Obligation: Mon - Fri: 6 p.. ; Sat: 12.. 00.. Retreats & Events:.. For the current programme.. click here >>>.. For regular events see below.. Avila Carmelite Centre,.. Bloomfield Avenue, Morehampton Road, Dublin 4, Ireland.. Tel: +353 1 6430200 ; Fax: +353 1 643 0281 ; Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. Buses:.. 39A 46A, 145.. Aircoach Service to/from Dublin Airport (Hampton Hotel stop).. View Larger Map.. About us:.. The new Avila centre opened in late November 2006.. The focus in the new centre is on day retreats and courses.. There is accommodation for self-catering retreats with eight en-suite rooms and two hermitages.. Spiritual accompaniment is available from community members.. Regular Events At Avila Retreat Centre.. :.. Lectio Divina.. Based on the ancient monastic way of praying the Scriptures.. Led by Noel O’Connor, OCD and members of the Avila team.. Fridays: 10.. 30 a.. - 12.. 00 noon from Jan 20.. Reading..  ...   OF EVERY MONTH 7.. 30 P.. M.. STARTING TUESDAY, FEB.. Charismatic Prayer Meeting.. Avila is also home to two Secular Order groups and a thriving Charismatic Prayer Meeting.. The Prayer Meeting has been in existence since the 70s and attracts a large number of people for its Wednesday night (8.. ) meeting.. For more about it, please visit the meeting website -.. Avila Charismatic Prayer Meeting.. Wednesday night (8.. ).. The Alzheimer Café.. an international concept, is being launched in Ireland.. The Alzheimer Café is a safe and relaxed place where people with dementia, their families and health and social care professionals come together for a unique blend of education and support.. It is a forum where people can exchange experiences and talk about dementia.. http://www.. alzheimercafe.. ie.. The Alzheimer Cafe is held on the second Thursday of every month.. Time and venue: 7pm - 9pm, Avila Carmelite Centre, Donnybrook, Dublin 4.. Conference of Religious in Ireland.. The former Avila building is now home to the.. The Conference of Religious of Ireland (CORI) is an organisation which serves the leadership of religious congregations.. It encourages and facilitates leaders, and their members, to fulfil the Gospel mission in an ever changing world.. For more information about CORI, click.. here.. Click image to enlarge.. Buses: 39A 46A, 145.. Aircoach Service to/from Dublin Airport.. (Hampton Hotel stop).. Last Updated on Friday, 13 July 2012 16:41..

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  • Title: OCD - St. Joseph's, Berkeley Road, Dublin
    Descriptive info: Joseph's, Berkeley Road, Dublin.. Community:.. Fr David.. Fr Pat.. Fr Patrick.. Fr Peter.. Fr David Donnellan, OCD (Prior & Parish Priest); Fr Pat Beecher, OCD (Curate) Fr Peter Cryan, OCD (Curate);.. Fr Patrick Keenan, OCD (Curate);.. Fr Richard Young, OCD (Residing in Nazareth Home, Sligo).. Saturday: 10.. m and Vigil Mass at 6.. Sunday: 09.. m, 10.. m, 11:45 a.. m, & 5.. Weekdays: (Monday - Friday) 8.. , 10.. , 5.. 45 p.. Confessions:.. 00 noon; 7.. 00 - 7.. and after Vigil Mass.. Eves of Holy Days: 10.. 00 - 11.. & after Evening Mass.. How to get there:.. click on image for map.. Buses:.. 46A, 38, 38A, 38B, 38C, 120.. Address:.. The Presbytery, Berkeley Road, Dublin 7, Ireland.. Tel: 01 830 6336 / 830 6356; Fax: 01 830 4681 (Int'l code 353).. History:.. Berkeley  ...   1893.. The parish was entrusted to the Discalced Carmelites by the Dr Dermot Ryan, Archbishop of Dublin, in July 1983.. The community at St Joseph's serves a busy inner city parish.. There is great local involvement in parish activities.. With the influx of other nationalities in recent years St Joseph's has become a focal point for the Philippino community.. That community now has its own choir which sings at one of the Sunday Masses.. The friars also help with chaplaincy work at the Mater Private Hospital and Mountjoy Prison.. One of most popular shrines in Berkeley Road church is that of St Gerard Majella and the novena to him is a highlight in the parish each year.. In the park alongside the church is a monument to the Irish historians of the seventeenth century, the Four Masters..

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  • Title: OCD - The Abbey, Loughrea, Co. Galway
    Descriptive info: The Abbey, Loughrea, Co.. Galway.. Latest News.. Latest Events.. Mass Times.. History.. The Abbey Fathers.. The Abbey Choir.. Mass Office & Shop.. Pictures The Abbey.. -.. The Graveyard.. Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2011.. Junior Choir & Altar Servers Summer outing 2011.. Welcome to the Carmelite Abbey Loughrea website, “ever ancient ever new”.. For over 700 years Carmelite Friars have lived, prayed and ministered in Loughrea.. This presence has been supported by you, good people of Loughrea town, hinterland as well as much further afield.. Now we face new challenges to meet  ...   live here.. A new ministry of welcome and outreach is called for.. This in part will be achieved in a new collaboration between friars, parish and laity.. This is the hour of the laity.. We wish to open up our resources for young married families, youth ministry and elderly folk alike.. We invite you to be part of this new challenge.. This websit gives a window into the Abbey and after you browse along, come along and visit us at Sunday or week day Masses or indeed at any time..

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  • Title: OCD - Iona, Carmelite Retreat Centre, Derry
    Descriptive info: Iona, Carmelite Retreat Centre, Derry.. Our Community:.. Fr Sean.. Fr Jerry.. Fr Sean Conlon, OCD, Prior, Fr Jeremiah Fitzpatrick, OCD (sub Prior), Fr Louis Gallagher, OCD, Fr Stephen McKeogh, OCD, Fr John McNamara, OCD.. Termonbacca, Derry, BT48 9XE, N.. Phone:.. 028-71-262512.. Fax:.. 028-71-373589 (from abroad 004428-71- ).. Iona Carmelite Retreat Centre.. is better known locally as.. Termonbacca.. , the name of the townland in which it is situated.. The word Termonbacca comes from the Gaelic words 'tearmann' meaning sanctuary and 'bacach' meaning a lame, crippled or poor person.. The name suggests that there may have been a church in the area in ancient times.. Bishop Edward Daly invited the Carmelites to open a retreat centre in the former Nazareth Home in 1982.. Since then the centre has welcomed many thousands of visitors.. Several groups use it on a regular basis: Carmelite Secular Order, Cursillo, Legion of Mary, Search, Criost Linn, to mention but  ...   the monthly Marian Devotions.. So many people attend each month that an extension to the centre had to be built.. This extension allows the centre to accommodate up to 250 people.. Extra bedrooms now allow 62 residents to participate in residential retreats.. One of the more interesting features of the centre is the number of activities initiated and run by lay people, with the resident community being available for spiritual direction and sacraments.. Another noteworthy feature is the extent of voluntary help in the maintenance of the house, whether in the preparation of bedrooms, cleaning, painting, decorating and gardening.. The local people have also been extraordinarily generous in fund raising.. The recent extension was built mostly by funds raised locally.. A committee organises a very successful Fun Day each year.. There is a real sense of community involvement in ensuring that the centre is successful.. Last Updated on Friday, 13 July 2012 15:55..

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  • Title: OCD - Who are the Discalced Carmelites
    Descriptive info: Who are the Discalced Carmelites.. The Discalced Carmelites are men and women, in religious consecration and lay people, who dedicate themselves to a life of prayer.. The Carmelite nuns live in cloistered (enclosed) monasteries and follow a completely contemplative life.. The Carmelite friars while following a contemplative life also engage in the promotion of spirituality through their retreat centres, parishes and churches.. Lay people, known as the Secular Order, follow their contemplative call in their everyday activities.. Devotion to Our Lady is a characteristic of our life and is symbolised by wearing.. the Brown Scapular.. The Carmelites began on Mount Carmel in Israel in the 12th  ...   give them.. rule of life.. They were also inspired by the prophet Elijah who had been associated with Mount Carmel.. That influence can be seen by the words of Elijah, "I have been very zealous for the Lord, God of armies" (IKg 19:10) on the Carmelite crest.. Within fifty years of receiving their rule the Carmelite hermits were forced to leave Mount Carmel and settled in Europe.. The Carmelites needed reform in the 16th century and this was led by Sts Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross.. The new Order was known as the Discalced Carmelites.. For more on the.. early history.. of the Carmelites..

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