Wednesday, 14 February 2018 15:38

Ash Wednesday

2018AWWeb150On Ash Wednesday we begin our journey to the great feast of Easter.

Wearing ashes symbolises our desire for conversion, to turn again towards God. Repentance (conversion) is not so much about feeling sorry for individual sins. It is more about changing the direction of our hearts – away from all that limits God’s love and action in us. Conversion is about opening ourselves to a fresh experience of God’s healing love which makes us whole and restores us to our rightful place as beloved daughters and sons in the Kingdom of God. It’s about moving back into right relationship with God and neighbour.

Saturday, 10 February 2018 13:55

Our Facebook Family grows to 95,000!

201895kFWeb150Over the last month another 4,128 people have joined our Facebook family bringing the total today to 95,998 followers!

Our recent post celebrating 95,000 followers reached 107,863 people. We are very pleased to acknowledge Jorge Cocco who has given us permission to use his religious artwork in our posts free of charge. View this post here.

Find us on Facebook @carmelitesAET and click on ‘follow’ so you can see all our posts in your news feed.

Saturday, 03 February 2018 15:07

Carmelites celebrate Mass for Religious

2018MFRWeb150Our Carmelite students joined with religious of the Archdiocese of Melbourne at the annual Mass for Religious today (3 February) in St Patrick's Cathedral. The mass celebrates the World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord in the Temple (2 February).

Brs Agedo Bento, Martinho Da Cruz Lemos and Matthew Tonini lent their voices to the choir and Brs Albino Dos Santos, Marcolino Gomes, Avelino Dos Santos and Agostinho Dos Santos joined the congregation with Fr David Hofman.

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Thursday, 01 February 2018 08:53

2018 Carmelite Centre Program full of riches

2018CCPWeb150Enjoy the rich variety of retreats, seminars, reading groups and prayer on offer at the Carmelite Centre this year.

Lectio Divina, meditation, residential and one day retreats, Carmelite Conversations, spiritual films, the Psalms and mindfulness are just some of the offerings this year. As well, there are sessions on the spirituality of the Carmelite Rule, Charles de Foucauld, Rubem Alves, Ernest Larkin, St Thérèse of Lisieux, Carlos Mesters, Charles Wesley, Ruth Burrows, Emily Dickenson - and much more.   pdf Download your copy (1.51 MB)

Wednesday, 31 January 2018 14:49

JPIC Newsletter for February

JPIC72Web200With a listening heart and confidence we approach the still small voice of the Spirit of God to respond to today's challenges, commencing this new year with a focus on our search for peace. Peter Clark leads us in reflection on peace using the Carmelite perspective.

To all people of good will who are working for social justice: never tire of working for a more just world, marked by greater solidarity!
Pope Francis

pdf JPIC No 72 February 2018 (476 KB)  | Visit our JPIC page

Wednesday, 31 January 2018 14:31

Lectio Divina for February

Lectio200WebYou 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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