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When it declared devoid of canonical effect the consecration ceremony conducted by Archbishop Pierre Martin Ngô Đình Thục for the Carmelite Order of the Holy Face group at midnight of 31 December 1975, the Holy See refrained from pronouncing on its validity.
Around the 12th century, the Franciscan, Carmelite, Dominican, Servite Order ( see Servants of Mary ) and Augustinian mendicant orders chose to live in city convents among the people instead of being secluded in monasteries.
After the deaths of Prince Rudolf and Baroness Vetsera, the Emperor Franz Joseph, who wanted to found a new church, had the building turned into a convent which was settled by nuns of the Discalced Carmelite Order.
On 30 January 1226, he approved the Carmelite Order in his Bull Ut vivendi normam.
* Berthold, Saint, found of the Carmelite Order
* The Carmelite Order is established.
* The Carmelite Order is approved by Pope Honorius III.
Having been forced from her teaching position as a result of the Aryan Clause, which was central to the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, she entered the Discalced Carmelite Order Monastery of Cologne in October 1933, taking the name Teresa Benedicta of the Cross.
* Constitutions of the Carmelite Order
The charism, or spiritual focus, of the Carmelite Order is contemplative prayer.
The Discalced Carmelite Order also built the priory of Elijah ( 1911 ) at the site of Elijah's epic contest with the prophets of Ba ' al ( 1 Kings 18: 20-40.
The Lay Carmelites of the Third Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel wear a scapular which is smaller than the shortened scapular worn by some Carmelite religious for sleeping, but still larger than the devotional scapulars.
* Constitutions of the Carmelite Order
), Carmel in Britain: studies on the early history of the Carmelite Order ( 1992 – 2004 ).
*" The Carmelite Order " by Benedict Zimmerman.
She was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered to be, along with John of the Cross, a founder of the Discalced Carmelites.
Saint John of the Cross was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered, along with Saint Teresa of Ávila, as a founder of the Discalced Carmelites.
* Constitutions of the Carmelite Order
Category: Discalced Carmelite Order
Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross were Spanish mystics and reformers of the Carmelite Order whose ministry focused on interior conversion to Christ, the deepening of prayer and commitment to God's will.
St Mary's Episcopal Church, also known as the Priory Church is the town's oldest building, built for the Carmelite Order of friars in the 1450s.
* Ordo Carmelitarum Discalceatorum ( Discalced Carmelite Order )
Instead of taking their subject from the Bible, these five paintings show events from the history of the Carmelite Order.
" The neuroimaging was conducted when the nuns were asked to recall past mystical states and not while actually experiencing mystical states ; " subjects were asked to remember and relive ( eyes closed ) the most intense mystical experience ever felt in their lives as a member of the Carmelite Order.
The Carmelite Order states on their website " Although the historicity of the scapular vision is rejected, the scapular itself has remained for all Carmelites a sign of Mary's motherly protection and as a personal commitment to follow Jesus in the footsteps of his Mother, the perfect model of all his disciples.

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According to Hugh Clarke, O. Carm, " The origins of the Scapular devotion are to be found in the desires of lay people during the Middle ages to be closely associated with the Carmelite Order and its spirituality.
Redemptus Valabek, O. Carm, have lamented that there is no longer a central registry of names of people enrolled in the Confraternity, and called for a return to the practice and renewed awareness of the scapular's connection to the Carmelite community and its spirituality.
* 750th anniversary of the bestowal of the Scapular, With Mary the Mother of Jesus Scapular Message issued jointly by the OCD and O. Carm Carmelite Priors General
* Mary Magdalen de ' Pazzi, The Complete Works of Saint Mary Magdalen de ' Pazzi Carmelite and Mystic ( 1566 – 1607 ), 5 vols, translated by Gabriel Pausback, O. Carm., Fatima 1969-1973.
* Carmelite Nuns ( O. Carm.
Ludovico Saggi, O. Carm of the " Institutum Carmelitanum " in Rome, resulted in the Church briefly striking the feast day of Saint Simon Stock from the Carmelite liturgical calendar, though it was restored in 1979 as an optional memorial, on the condition that no mention be made of the scapular vision.

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In around 1390, the Carmelite Monastery of Our Lady of Abensberg was founded by Count John II and his wife, Agnes.
This collection and the collection of the Heimatverein ( local history society ) were united in 1963 into the Aventinus Museum, in the cloister of the former Carmelite monastery.
File: Abensberg Klosterkirche. jpg | Carmelite Monastery
Jean de Venette, a Carmelite friar and medieval chronicler vividly describes the chaos in France which he states he himself witnessed, after the time of this Battle.
was an early Christian monastery which is believed to have been in the area of Aungier Street, currently occupied by Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church.
In 1291 the Mamluk advance into Syria compelled the friars on Carmel to abandon their monastery ; but on dispersing through Western Europe they found that Western Carmelite congregations – especially in Italy – had largely abandoned the eremetic and ascetic ideal, adopting instead the conventual life and mission of the other Mendicant orders.
* 1794 – The sixteen Carmelite Martyrs of Compiègne are executed 10 days prior to the end of the French Revolution's Reign of Terror.
The kind of men with whom Wycliffe dealt included the Carmelite monk John Kyningham over theological or ecclesiastical-political questions.
Lemon balm is the main ingredient of Carmelite Water, which is still for sale in German pharmacies.
* Carmelite Rule of St. Albert
According to Vasari, at their prompting in 1423 Masaccio travelled to Rome with Masolino: from that point he was freed of all Gothic and Byzantine influence, as may be seen in his altarpiece for the Carmelite Church in Pisa.
It was in Tours in 1843 that a Carmelite nun, Sister Marie of St Peter reported a vision which started the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, in reparation for the many insults Christ suffered in His Passion.
Saint Veronica was mentioned in the reported visions of Jesus by Sister Marie of St Peter, a Carmelite nun who lived in Tours, France, and started the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus.
* April 1 – The Vatican orders the moving of the Carmelite convent at Auschwitz.
* June 24 – St. John of the Cross, Spanish Carmelite friar and poet ( died 1591 )
** The Catholic Church calls for removal of the Carmelite convent located near the former Auschwitz concentration camp, whose presence had offended some Jewish leaders.
* October 4 – Saint Teresa of Avila, Spanish Carmelite nun and poet ( b. 1515 )
* December 14 – Saint John of the Cross, Spanish Carmelite friar and poet ( b. 1542 )
* March 28 – Saint Teresa of Ávila, Spanish Carmelite nun and poet ( d. 1582 )

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