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Divine Intimacy

Divine Intimacy

Father Gabriel of St Mary Magdalen, OCD

This Book of Meditations is a classic and is seeped in Carmelite spirituality. For every day it offers two meditations, in liturgical arrangement, that enable the soul to enter the conscious presence of God and to reflect on the theme of the day. These are followed by a ‘Colloquy’ that helps the person at prayer to start a friendly conversation with God where acts of praise and love, petition and thanksgiving are made, together with good resolutions for the future. Here we are at the very heart of prayer, which is a heart-to-heart encounter in faith with the living God.

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Carmelite Prayer:  A Tradition for the 21st Century

Carmelite Prayer

Edited by Keith J. Egan

This collection of essays by prominent Carmelite scholars responds to the widespread interest in the prayer that has inspired Carmelites and their followers for eight centuries. From its origins around 1200, through the sixteenth century of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross, and into the late nineteenth century when Thérèse of Lisieux broke onto the spiritual scene with a fresh look at how to be a saint, the Carmelite tradition has inspired laity and clergy with its emphasis on contemplative prayer. Besides an examination of the spirituality of these three Carmelite doctors of the church, the essays in this books explore recent current of the Carmelite prayer, including the contributions to that tradition of Edith Stein who was martyred at Auschwitz. 

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Discalced Carmelite Proper Offices

Carmelite Supplement to the Liturgy of the Hours

Carmel International Publishing House

Pray your daily office in union with your Carmelite family.

Never miss a Carmelite feast day - With every saint and blessed up through 2012, this supplement offers more than 45 opportunities to celebrate your Carmelite identity.

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Counsels of Light and Love:  St. John of the Cross

Counsels of Light and Love

Introduction by Thomas Merton

This is an insightful manual of the so-called simple cautions and points of light and love of the world's most celebrated mystic. It is arranged not only for religious but for all lay people who are eager to discover the ascending paths to the mystical mount of Carmel, whereby they may reach peace of spirit and the true intimacy of divine love.

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Elizabeth of the Trinity:  The Unfolding of Her Message

Elizabeth of the Trinity: The Unfolding of Her Message (Two-volume set)

Joanne Mosley

Inspiring two-volume biography of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity (2012) by Joanne Mosley traces the development of Elizabeth’s spirituality throughout her life. Vol 1 In the World and in the Community Vol 2 In the Infirmary and after her death.

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Elizabeth of the Trinity: The Unfolding of Her Message - Volume 1: In the World and In Community

Elizabeth of the Trinity: The Unfolding of Her Message - Volume 1: In the World and In Community

Joanne Mosley

Volume 1 introduces readers to the very human Elizabeth, from turbulent childhood through gifted adolescence and young adulthood, and into her life in the Dijon Carmel. We learn of the development of her Trinitarian spirituality, the influence of Scripture on her life, and her growing movement into silent adoration of the indwelling Trinity.

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Elizabeth of the Trinity: The Unfolding of Her Message - Volume 2: In the Infirmary and After Her Death

Elizabeth of the Trinity: The Unfolding of Her Message - Volume 2: In the Infirmary and After Her Death

Joanne Mosley

In Vol 2, Elizabeth and her message during the final months of her life, as she embraced the way of the cross with courage, love in her illness and death at 26.

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Essence of Prayer

Essence of Prayer

Ruth Burrows, OCD

Prayer is a word we take for granted. Ought we to do so? What do we mean by prayer? What does the word mean in the Christian context? Almost always when we talk about prayer we refer to something we do. From that standpoint, questions problems, confusion, discouragement and illusions multiply. For Ruth Burrows it is essential to correct this view.

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The Extraordinary Parents of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: Sts. Louis and Zélie Martin

The Extraordinary Parents of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

By Helene Mongin Translated by Marsha Daigle-Williamson, PH.D.

Through stories, chatty domestic insights from Zélie's correspondence, and running commentary on their faith and family, The Extraordinary Parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux shows in vivid detail how Louis and Zélie created a joyful Catholic home for their family while coping with the demands of business and the daily stresses of ordinary life with their lively children.

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I Want To See God: A Practical Synthesis of Carmelite Spirituality  Volume 1

I Want To See God

Father Marie-Eugène, OCD

This is the written work of Father Marie-Eugène of the Child Jesus, OCD. Following in the footsteps of the masters of Carmel, Father Marie-Eugène has set forth this synthesis of their rich doctrinal teaching with the sureness born of a long and deep contemplative experience, thus offering an ever vital doctrine to men and women of our times. By bringing to light the divine dynamics of baptismal grace, Father Marie-Eugène opens up the paths of contemplation and holiness to all, in the midst of ordinary life. He points out the way of love, the fullness of Christian life: Such is the call addressed by the Second Vatican Council to all Christians. This book and its companion work, I Am a Daughter of the Church, illustrate the untiring search for God through time and the need for reliable spiritual masters.

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I Am a Daughter of the Church: A Practical Synthesis of Carmelite Spirituality  Volume 2

I Am a Daughter of the Church

Father Marie-Eugène, OCD

This is the written work of Father Marie-Eugène of the Child Jesus, OCD. Following in the footsteps of the masters of Carmel, Father Marie-Eugène has set forth this synthesis of their rich doctrinal teaching with the sureness born of a long and deep contemplative experience, thus offering an ever vital doctrine to men and women of our times. By bringing to light the divine dynamics of baptismal grace, Father Marie-Eugène opens up the paths of contemplation and holiness to all, in the midst of ordinary life. He points out the way of love, the fullness of Christian life: Such is the call addressed by the Second Vatican Council to all Christians. This book and its companion work, I Want To See God, illustrate the untiring search for God through time and the need for reliable spiritual masters.

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Interior Castle Explored:  St. Teresa's Teaching on the Life of Deep Union with God

Interior Castle Explored

Ruth Burrows, OCD

This volume is a penetrating interpretation of St. Teresa of Avila's central teaching on prayer. But it is more than a contemporary Carmelite commentary on that 16th-century Carmelite classic; it is also, in its own right, a guide to the life of deep union with God. First published in 1982, Interior Castle Explored has itself become known as a spiritual classic written by a widely-praised and bestselling author.

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Let Yourself Be Loved: Elizabeth of the Trinity

Let Yourself Be Loved

Eugene McCaffrey, OCD

This slim, affordable volume is an ideal introduction to St. Elizabeth’s life and spirituality. An engaging biographical summary in eight chapters on various topics is combined with photos and selections from her writings.

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The Little Way for Every Day: Thoughts from Thérèse of Lisieux

The Little Way for Every Day

Selected and translated by Francis Broome, CSP

Composed of lines from St. Thérèse of Lisieux's autobiography, as well as her letters and her poetry, The Little Way for Every Day provides a daily nugget of nourishment for the soul searching for meaning in today's world. "The Little Flower" (as she is universally known) imparts wisdom drop by drop, like a solder of love uniting hearts and minds with Christ.

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The Love That Keeps Us Sane: Living the Little Way of St. Thérèse of Lisieux

The Love that Keeps Us Sane

Marc Foley, OCD

This volume offers a portrayal of St. Thérèse as a real person who experienced and dealt with all the vicissitudes and trials of the human condition. What distinguished her, however, was her capacity to deal with the absurdities of daily life without losing perspective. Her great gift was the ability to see everything in the light of eternity, and it was this insight that helped her to keep all things their proper proportion. In this volume her gift is shared with readers who are encouraged to embrace her view as they attempt to keep sane amid the struggles of everyday living.

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Saint John of the Cross for Every Day

Saint John of the Cross for Every Day

Edited by Kieran Kavanaugh, OCD

From John of the Cross, the saint who gave us the famous phrase the "Dark Night of the Soul," comes this one-a-day selection of quotes for an entire year. Intensely in love with both God and the reformation of the Carmelite order, this inspiring saint invites readers to share in the living flame of love that enlightens all who strive to follow the "ascent of their soul" to union with God.

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Saint Teresa of Avila for Every Day: Reflections from The Interior Castle

Saint Teresa of Avila for Every Day

Edited by Kieran Kavanaugh, OCD

Composed of lines taken from her mystical masterpiece The Interior Castle (1579), Saint Teresa of Avila for Every Day presents a year of accessible gems of wisdom. Each day has a line that, when repeated, can become a mantra for the seeker on their spiritual quest.

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Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: The Way of Love

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: The Way of Love

Mary Kathleen Glavich, SND

Thérèse Martin had one desire: to become a Carmelite nun. Though she died at a young age, she discovered a great secret about how to become a saint: the little way of love. The simple story of her life made her of the best-loved saints of the Church. Learn about how Thérèse practiced the "little way" of holiness and how you can do it too!
(Please note: This title is intended for ages 8 to 12.)

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Strength in Darkness: Wisdom from John of the Cross

Strength in Darkness

Compiled and with a foreword by Margaret Kerry, FSP

Have you hit a roadblock in your relationship with the Lord? Prayer, once filled with insight and consolation, now feels like you are talking into a void. Events in your life that you could have walked away from at one time now settle in the pit of your stomach like dead weight. When all roads seem impassable where do you turn? John of the Cross offers you his wise counsel as a roadmap through rough terrain. He beckons you to follow your ascent to God through darkness.

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Everything Is Grace:  The Life and Way of Therese of Lisieux

Everything Is Grace

By Joseph F Schmidt FSC

Thérèse of Lisieux has been called the greatest saint of modern times, but some view her spirituality as sentimental and syrupy. Joseph F. Schmidt, FSC, dispels that notion by contending that Thérèse's "little way" is really the gospel message - a message that can best be understood in the context of her life. Schmidt does a masterful job of weaving together biographical details with Thérèse's profound insights on God's love and mercy. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants an introduction to Thérèse's spirituality as well as for those who desire a deeper appreciation of her "little way" - a way that continues to speak to Catholics today. 

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The Father of the Little Flower: Louis Martin (1823-1894)

The Father of the Little Flower

Sr. Genevieve of the Holy Face (Celine Martin)

Louis Martin was the pattern of Fatherhood on which St. Thérèse built her now famous "Little Way of Spiritual Childhood". What kind of a father was he? These reminiscences describe Louis Martin's marriage at age 34, his love and support for Zélie, his firm discipline yet tender affection for his children, his piety, observance of Sunday, business practices, selfless conduct, generosity to the poor, etc.

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The Mother of the Little Flower: Zelie Martin (1831-1877)

The Mother of the Little Flower

Sr. Genevieve of the Holy Face (Celine Martin)

Zélie married at 27, bore 9 children, ran a home business and did a superb job of raising 5 daughters including the greatest saint of modern times. (St. Pius X). She died of breast cancer at 45, but her greatness was recognized by her family and her friends, and is now known to the world. Zélie suffered many of the ordinary burdens of life, yet she was happy, loved her children madly and enjoyed them immensely.

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My Sister Saint Therese

My Sister Saint Therese

Sr. Genevieve of the Holy Face (Celine Martin)

A little classic that is like a second Story of a Soul! Conversations, anecdotes of St. Thérèse, her teachings, hidden virtues, amusing remarks and beautiful death - recorded by her sister Celine in the convent. Shows the "Little Way" in practice in daily life. A providential book!

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Saint Edith Stein: Blessed by the Cross

Saint Edith Stein: Blessed by the Cross

Mary Lea Hill, FSP

Thérèse Martin had one desire: to become a Carmelite nun. Though she died at a young age, she discovered a great secret about how to become a saint: the little way of love. The simple story of her life made her of the best-loved saints of the Church. Learn about how Thérèse practiced the "little way" of holiness and how you can do it too!
(Please note: This title is intended for ages 8 to 12.)

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The Carmelite Tradition: Spirituality in History

The Carmelite Tradition

Steven Payne, OCD

This collection of essays by prominent Carmelite scholars responds to the widespread interest in the prayer that has inspired Carmelites and their followers for eight centuries. From its origins around 1200, through the sixteenth century of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross, and into the late nineteenth century when Thérèse of Lisieux broke onto the spiritual scene with a fresh look at how to be a saint, the Carmelite tradition has inspired laity and clergy with its emphasis on contemplative prayer. Besides an examination of the spirituality of these three Carmelite doctors of the church, the essays in this books explore recent current of the Carmelite prayer, including the contributions to that tradition of Edith Stein who was martyred at Auschwitz. 

$19.95
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