Proper offices of the saints granted to the Barefooted Carmelites.
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Published by Printed by J. Cashman in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Discalced Carmelites -- Liturgy -- Texts,
  • Carmelites -- Biography,
  • Christian saints -- Cult

Book details:

Edition Notes

Cover title: The saints of Mount Carmel.

Other titlesSaints of Mount Carmel.
StatementTranslated from the Latin for the Carmelite Convent in Boston, 1896.
ContributionsDiscalced Carmelites., Boston. Monastery of Mount Carmel.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX2049.C2 O3513 1896
The Physical Object
Pagination424, iv p.
Number of Pages424
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6059946M
LC Control Number49043571

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  As a lay Carmelite novice, I’d like to celebrate the feasts of the saints of our order, but can’t find the proper texts. As it is the only thing I can do is celebrate the Commons substituting the saint’s name in the generic prayer for that Common. Any help is appreciated. OCDS of the California-Arizona Province of St. Joseph. Carmelite Saints. Carmelite Saints Carmelite Proper of the Liturgy of the Hours. Discalced Carmelite Proper Offices A Supplement to the Divine OfficeThe Liturgy of the Hours according to the Roman Rite Published by Carmelite International Publishing House. This item is not eligible for discounts.* Pray your daily office in union with your Carmelite family.   What numbers of saints we have in heaven who have worn this habit of ours! We must have the holy audacity to aspire, with God’s help, to be like them. The struggle will not last long, but the outcome will be eternal. (St Teresa of Avila, readings from Discalced Carmelite proper Offices for the Feast of All Carmelite Saints).