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Nottingham Diocese Secular Carmelites Leaflet

General information about the Secular Carmelites nationally and locally.  Printed copies are available on request

Questions for Reading for Community Group Meetings

Carmelite Reading Group Poster

Download our poster to print and put up in your parish.  Reading groups meet in Bulwell and Beeston.

St Elizabeth of the Trinity Secular Discalced Carmelites Community Meetings Poster

Download a poster to advertise our monthly Saturday meetings in Nottingham

Diocese of Nottingham

Our Catholic Diocese.

Carmelite Family

Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites: Great Britain

The website for Secular Order Discalced Carmelites living in the England, Wales and Scotland.

Carmelite Nuns in Great Britain

There are 11 Carmelite Monasteries in England, 3 in Scotland and 1 in Wales. Over 200 nuns live in these 15 Carmels. Within the Carmelite Family, the nuns have a particular vocation to dedicate their lives entirely to prayer.

Carmelite Friars -Order of Discalced Carmelites UK

There are three small community of Discalced (Teresian) Carmelite friars in the UK who focus on prayer and retreat ministry following the teaching of Saint Teresa of Avila and Saint John of the Cross. 

Carmelite Institute of Britain and Ireland

The Carmelite Institute of Britain and Ireland (CIBI) is a collaborative initiative of the British and Irish Provinces of Carmelites and the Anglo-Irish Province of Discalced Carmelites. CIBI was founded in November 2005 and provides teaching and diploma courses.

Carmelite Book Service

Aims to stock all books in print with a Carmelite connection from worldwide sources and to provide a worldwide mail-order service. Christian Classics, English Spiritual Tradition, Celtic Spirituality, Eastern Spirituality, Contemporary Spirituality, Contemplative Prayer and Prayer in general are also stocked and supplied. Located within the peaceful grounds of the Carmelite Retreat Centre at Oxford.

Centre For Applied Carmelite Spirituality

A centre for research and training that promotes the renewal and growth of the spiritual life, drawing on the rich resources of the venerable Carmelite tradition. 

Carmelite Contemplative Circle (Online)

The Carmelite Contemplative Circles (Online) are open to anyone interested in Carmel’s 800-year old tradition. All Christians from every walk of life are welcome. In these circles, you will find support on your spiritual journey through the assistance of members of the circle and the Carmelite team associated with the Carmelite Priory in Oxford, England. 
Online regular meetings involve reading from the Carmelite Saints eg St John of the Cross, St Teresa of Avila, St Therese of Lisieux, St Elizabeth of the Trinity, and St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein), prayer and friendship. Come and see!

Wolverhampton Carmel

The Carmel of the Magnificat in Wolverhampton is a cloistered community of Discalced Carmelite nuns. 

Maryton Carmel Liverpool

An enclosed community of twenty six Discalced Carmelite Nuns of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel who live a life of prayer for the Church and for the world .The St Elizabeth of the Trinity Secular Community are twinned with the Carmel and we support each other  in prayer.

Carmelite Quotes

Discalced Carmelite Seculars (OCDS) sharing inspirational quotes and links from the Carmelites

Carmelite Nuns GB - Twitter

Association of Our Lady of Mount Carmel: Carmelite Nuns in Great Britain & Malta. News, Carmelite saints, spirituality, history, prayer & contemplative life.

Secular Order of the Discalced Teresian Carmel

The Rule of St Albert and the Constitutions of the Secular Order

Bible Study

Daily Gospel Reflections from Bishop Robert Barron

Word on Fire

Word On Fire Catholic Ministries is a nonprofit global media apostolate that supports the work of Bishop Robert Barron and reaches millions of people to draw them into— or back to— the Catholic faith.

Catholic Preaching

Homilies and articles by Father Roger J. Landry,  a priest of the Diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts and a renowned Catholic writer, broadcaster and leader of retreats and pilgrimages

The Sacred Page

A blog on the Bible and Catholic Theology by Michael Barber, John Bergsma, Brant Pitre and John Kincaid

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