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6 Reasons to Become a Carmelite, According to St. Teresa of the Andes

Carmelitegirl, my dearest little sister in Christ,
Wow!!! what a great video!!! God has truly blessed you my dearest little sister. I pray that all is going well with you and that your path to become a Bride of Christ is full of beautiful flowers. I can hardly wait to watch your next videos for you are really talented. May God bless you always and may you know that there are many people who are praying for you in your call to become completely His. Always have faith for He never disappoints. … [More]

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Dear kfarley, my brother in Christ, I write this with a heavy heart, not for me, but for yourself. You appear to be so full of hatred that you are being eaten up from the inside. What you wrote to me has no affect on me because your opinion doesn't matter at all. Only Christ matters. But I do have a problem that you have made it a personal crusade to attack someone that I deeply care about and love. You continually send her private messages, which is not becoming of any real man, because every … [More]

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On Loving God (continued) by St. Bernard of Clairvaux
Chapter XI. Of the attainment of this perfection of love only at the resurrection
And finally, ‘Right dear in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints’ (Ps. 116.15). But if their death is precious, what must such a life as theirs be! No wonder that the body shall seem to add fresh glory to the spirit; for though it is weak and mortal, it has availed not a little for mutual help. How truly he spake who said, ‘All things work together … [More]

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The ways of God

In healing the deaf-mute, Christ suggests something of the ways of God (Friday of the fifth week in Ordinary Time, C10, Mark 7, 31-37)

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On Loving God (continued) by St. Bernard of Clairvaux
Chapter XI. Of the attainment of this perfection of love only at the resurrection
What of the souls already released from their bodies? We believe that they are overwhelmed in that vast sea of eternal light and of luminous eternity. But no one denies that they still hope and desire to receive their bodies again: whence it is plain that they are not yet wholly transformed, and that something of self remains yet unsurrendered. Not until death … [More]

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Persistent prayer

Christ answers the persistent prayer of the Syrophenician woman (Thursday of the fifth week in Ordinary Time, Mark 7, 24-30, C10)

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The human heart

Christ refers to the heart of man. It is what comes from the heart that affects all (Wednesday of the fifth week in Ordinary Time, C10, Mark 7, 14-23)

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The Wisdom of Carmel

Mi Dulcinea,
Thank you for the comment. It is so wonderful to observe the saints and they are such an inspiration to us all. In our quest for the Altar of God, we truly stand on the shoulders of giants. May God bless you and may you always be under the mantle of our dearest Blessed Mother.
your servant and campeon,
Elisha

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The Wisdom of Carmel

Dear Rene, my sister in Christ,
I am glad that you like this video. We must always keep our eyes on Him, remembering that during the torment, He never abandons us. What a sweet and merciful Lord we have, who wants our hearts to remain calm. Let us have childlike confidence and faith in Him. We become saints not by during extraordinary things, but doing the ordinary things with extraordinary love and devotion to Him. I pray that we always remember that when we feel life is getting mundane, that … [More]

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Church History (11)

Dear Rene, my sister in Christ,
You are most welcome. God bless you my dear sister and may Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ be with you always.
your servant in Mary, Queen of the Eucharist,
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On Loving God (continued) by St. Bernard of Clairvaux
Chapter X. Of the fourth degree of love: wherein man does not even love self save for God’s sake
In this life, I think, we cannot fully and perfectly obey that precept, ‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind’ (Luke 10.27). For here the heart must take thought for the body; and the soul must energize the flesh; and the strength must guard itself from … [More]

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On Loving God (continued) by St. Bernard of Clairvaux
Chapter X. Of the fourth degree of love: wherein man does not even love self save for God’s sake
Seeing that the Scripture saith, God has made all for His own glory (Isa. 43.7), surely His creatures ought to conform themselves, as much as they can, to His will. In Him should all our affections center, so that in all things we should seek only to do His will, not to please ourselves. And real happiness will come, not in gratifying our … [More]

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The Life

“Can it indeed be that God dwells on earth? If the heavens and the highest heavens cannot contain you, how much less this temple which I have built!" (1 Kings 8.22-30)

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The Life

The True Meaning of Life...to love, receive, and adore Him completely. The rest is mere commentary in this sojourn of ours.

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Religion of the heart

Christ speaks of religion as a religion of the heart (Tuesday of the fifth week in Ordinary Time, C10, Mark 7, 1-13)

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Mystery made present

Christ heals the sick, revealing the mystery of the God of love. (Monday of the fifth week in Ordinary Time, C10, Mark 6, 53-56)

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The Wisdom of Carmel

Dear Marisol Soledad, my sister in Christ, I am so glad that you enjoy the videos. May God bless you my dear sister and may the Blessed Mother always be with you gently holding your hand.
your servant in Mary, Queen of the Eucharist,
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