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Rammed earth construction for Discalced Carmelite nuns

The Discalced Carmelite nuns in Mathoura in country New South Wales are building their new monastery using a little-known method called rammed earth, a gentle and ancient method proven to stand the test of time.

Home-grown nun veiled in Mathoura Carmel

Five years since five Carmelite nuns from the US founded a strictly enclosed convent in a NSW Riverina town, the convent is celebrating its first fully home-grown vocation—with hundreds travelling from around Australia for the veiling ceremony.

A deep longing for God

Sr Kathleen Lee is a postulant at the Carmel of Goonellabah, a suburb of Lismore in north-eastern New South Wales. The community is dedicated...

My life as a lay Carmelite

I believe we come to Carmel for our own reasons and stay for God’s reasons. Many Carmelites live outside the walls of friaries and monasteries....

Spirit flourishes in the bush

Women flocking to 'joy-filled' convent in country NSW Not long after the Carmelite sisters arrived in the drought affected central west, so did the much-needed...

Carmelites launch their spirit online

The Discalced Carmelite community will share their spirituality with a new social media outreach.

Carmelite deep dive offered during saints’ visit

As Sydney prepares for the visit of the relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux and her parents Sts Louis and Zélie Martin, her brothers...

Mass to welcome Martin family relics

There is “nothing" magical about saints' relics, they can help us to connect with God, says bishop.
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