The 15 Old Rite Carmelite Sisters who came in 2017 from Valparaiso, Nebraska, to Philadelphia in order to take over the local overaged Carmel have abruptly abandoned the monastery and returned to Valparaiso.
According to nonvenipacem.com (April 12) the nuns departed on April 9 for unknown reasons. Since they took over, all but one of the original Novus Ordo Philadelphia nuns have died. The surviving sister was left behind. The Philadelphia Carmel was established in 1902.
The Valparaiso nuns were invited by former Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput because the Philadelphia Carmel faced a dramatic shortage of sisters. Chaput was replaced in February 2020 by the Francis follower Nelson Perez.
This is a common occurrence with Novus Ordo-Vatican II bishops... one is friendly to traditional religious orders and invites them into his diocese, his more liberal successor tells the same groups to depart since they are not in sync with the "vision" of the modern church. Seen it happen many times, sad to say.
May God protect them all.