- Jul 14, 2020
A leading senior care and wellness community in Massachusetts has become a member of the Carmelite System, a Catholic not-for-profit health network sponsored by the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm.
A Catholic high school in Tucson, Arizona considers itself a ‘Laudato Si’ school.
Sister Margaret Ann, principal of Miami’s Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School, saw chainsaws sitting in a school closet, and, after Hurricane Irma left a path of destruction through the city, thought “they didn’t belong there. They needed to be used.”
Carmelite nuns in Philadelphia offer their work and prayer for Christians throughout all of the world: the intentions of the Holy Father, the cardinals, and Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia, but especially for the conversion of sinners.
SAN SALVADOR — When he was shot to death in 1980 for his defense of the poor and downtrodden, Archbishop Oscar Romero’s loss affected countless people in El Salvador and beyond. Few, however, were touched quite as much as two Carmelite nuns who were in San Salvador’s Policlinico Hospital the