Tuesday, 30 October 2018 12:38

Lectio Divina for November

LDWeb150You can download and save the scripture texts, reflections and prayers for Lectio Divina for each day of this month. Lectio Divina is a traditional way of praying the Scriptures. Visit our Lectio Divina page for more information about how to pray using Lectio Divina.

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Saturday, 06 October 2018 17:24

JPIC Newsletter for October

JPIC80The vocation to pursue justice is not simply an individual task. It is a call for all of us to work with others to humanize and shape the institutions that touch so many people. Justice in the world can best be carried forward as members of a community called to be the “leaven” of the gospel.

Archbishop Oscar Romero of San Salvador, an icon of justice for the poor and oppressed, will be canonised on 14 October.

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Monday, 01 October 2018 08:41

Over 800 Instagram Followers!

2018800IWeb150Over 800 people are now following us on Instagram. Through Instagram and our Facebook page we share our news, spirituality and prayer with people from very diverse backgrounds including 23,000 people in Timor-Leste. Together with our Facebook page we are now in touch with over 127,000 people each week.

Find us at facebook.com/CarmelitesAET and instagram.com/carmelitesaet and click on ‘follow’ so you can see all our posts in your news feed. See our 800 followers Instagram post here.

Sunday, 30 September 2018 16:30

St Thérèse of Lisieux

Therese of LWeb1501 October is the feast day of St Thérèse of Lisieux famous for her teaching on the 'the little way of confidence and love' found in her autobiography, The Story of a Soul. Thérèse Martin was born in Alencon in France in 1873. Whilst still young she entered the Discalced Carmel of Lisieux. Her writings reveal a very human character. She frequently fell asleep during the long hours of prayer in the monastery chapel. She always had a strong sense of God's love for her and felt her calling was to be love. 'What matters,' she wrote, 'is not great deeds, but great love'. She died on 30 September 1897, just 24 years old. She was declared a Doctor of the Church by Pope John Paul II in 1997.

Sunday, 30 September 2018 15:57

Lectio Divina for October

LDWeb150You can download and save the scripture texts, reflections and prayers for Lectio Divina for each day of this month. Lectio Divina is a traditional way of praying the Scriptures. Visit our Lectio Divina page for more information about how to pray using Lectio Divina.

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The Carmelite Hall celebrates its centenary this year. Over the years it has played host to countless dances, debutants balls, Communion Breakfasts, plays, musicals, parish assemblies and school concerts. When the Hall was built in 1918 it boasted a gymnasium, small library, fully equipped billiard room, supper room, professional stage with dressing rooms and a dress circle. The Hall is now home to the Carmelite Centre and the Carmelite Library.

Come along to our special event 2-5pm on Sunday 7 October – memories, drinks, nibbles, displays and musical interludes. Click here for more. pdf Download brochure here (1.77 MB)

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