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Carmelites – Nuns


Videos related to the Carmelite Nuns

 

Information Sites

Click on the following links to learn more about the Carmelites:

Discalced Carmelites – Generalate of the Teresian Carmel

Order of Carmelites of the Ancient Observance

 

List of Videos Below (scroll down to view videos and check back for new additions)

1. Brief History and Overview of the Carmelites

2. Carmel of the Annunciation at Thicket Priory in Yorkshire UK

3. Carmelite Monastery in Dysart, Scotland UK

4. The Life of a Carmelite Nun – Salt Lake City USA

5. Carmelites of Chile

6. First Carmelite Convent in Albania

7. Carmel of St. Joseph: Diocese of Bacolod – The Philippines

8. A Day with Carmel Nuns – Yercaud Carmel in Tamilnadu India

9. Carmelite Nuns in Christchurch New Zealand

10. Carmelite Nuns of the Eastern Rite – Bulgaria: A Hidden Life

11. Rule of St Albert of Jerusalem

12. Carmelite Vocation – Come and See

13. Discalced Carmelite Nuns in Taiwan

 

1.  Brief History and Overview of the Carmelites

Carmelites: People in search of God…. From the Desert to the Garden of God.

 

2.  Carmel of the Annunciation at Thicket Priory in Yorkshire UK

An insight into the daily life of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns of the Carmel of the Annunciation at Thicket Priory in Yorkshire UK. The presentation gives glimpses into the sisters’ life together, and tells the story of how some of them came to enter religious life.

 

3.  Carmelite Monastery in Dysart, Scotland UK

A short documentary about the Catholic nuns who live at a Carmelite Monastery in Dysart, Scotland. Interviewed are Prioress Sister Frances, Sister Josephine, Sister Maria and 91-year-old Austrian Sister Raphael. Made for participation in the Palme-Dewar Short Film Competition at the Aberfeldy Film Festival 2013.

 

4.  The Life of a Carmelite Nun – Salt Lake City USA

The Discalced Carmelite nuns of Salt Lake City, Utah live joyfully their vocation of love, prayer and union with God to pray for priests and the salvation of souls.

 

5.  Carmelites of Chile

This trailer presents the first 10 minutes of the CRTN – documentary “The Carmelites of Chile.”

 

6.  First Carmelite Convent in Albania

This short program documents the opening of the first Carmelite Convent in Albania a state, which President Enver Hoxha vowed, would be the first and only completely atheist state in the world. Inspired by China’s Cultural Revolution, Enver Hoxha placed all churches under government control and religion in schools was banned. At the end of communist rule, when religious freedom was restored, only 22 priests remained alive.

 

7.  Carmel of St. Joseph: Diocese of Bacolod – The Philippines

 

 

8.  A Day with Carmel Nuns – Yercaud Carmel in Tamilnadu, India

 

9.  Carmelite Nuns in Christchurch, New Zealand

“Silence is Golden” Carmelite Nuns Parts 1 and 2

 

 

Extended interview with Sr. Cushla, a Carmelite nun from Christchurch, New Zealand

  

 

Vocation Video

 

10.  Carmelite Nuns of the Eastern Rite – Bulgaria: A Hidden Life

This trailer presents the first 10 minutes of the CRTN – documentary “A Hidden Life.” With the coming to power of the Communists in Bulgaria, religious communities became increasingly oppressed. Continuously controlled, continuously observed the sisters were subject to ever more intimidating interrogations and ruder searches. Some of them, such as the Carmelites, awaited prison sentences. In 1948 the authorities started to confiscate Church run schools, convents and orphanages, forcing the sisters to move to a hidden life in tucked away corners such as choir lofts or abandoned buildings. This is the story of how two religious communities, the Carmelites and the Eucharistine sisters, survived this time.

 

11.  Rule of St. Albert of Jerusalem

An audio recording (with accompanying photographs) of a talk given by Johan Bergström-Allen, T.O.C., at the end of the first day of the 2012 ‘Carmelite Way Pilgrimage’ organised by The Carmelite Centre in Melbourne, Australia. Over the course of 3 days (9-11 November 2012) some 30 pilgrims walked the Lilydale to Warburton Railway Trail, taking time en route for reflection and prayer. Johan was asked to speak at the end of the first day on the theme of “The Carmelite Journey”.

 

12.  Carmelite Vocation – Come and See

This explains the roots of Carmelite vocation. Carmelite Order is one of the ancient Orders of the Catholic Church. Contemplatives are called to experience the Living God like Prophet Elijah and witness to his divine presence. This experience of God is fundamental for any authentic human promotion.

 

St. Teresa of Avila reformed and gave new face to the Carmelite Cloistered life. Her daughters follow her charism and spirit. Their primary task is to reach the Mount of Christian Perfection and to be a witness to Christian holiness in a heroic manner.

 

Carmel is one unceasing act of love. Here God walks on pots and pans. God is seen everywhere and loved everywhere and in everyone, even the most difficult person. Love makes everything sweet and tender. The other face of Carmel is Love! come & See.

 

Our Monastery is like the home of Mary and Martha, often lovingly sought by Jesus on his sojourn on earth. We keep and our hearts and house a welcome home for Christ, where he can find his repose and rest.

 

 

13.  Discalced Carmelite Nuns in Taiwan

加爾默羅隱修院詠唱「有主萬事足」【真理電台】- 12月9日聖女大德蘭手杖抵達深坑隱修院,芎林及深坑隱修院修女歡欣齊聚一堂,以西班­牙與中文詠唱歌曲「有主萬事足」

 

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