Carmelite Saints & Blesseds with Feast Day information

  • Saint Simon Stock

    Simon, an Englishman, died at Bordeaux in the mid-thirteenth century. He has been venerated in the Carmelite Order for his personal holiness and his devotion to Our Lady. A liturgical celebration in his honor was observed locally in the fifteenth century, and later extended to the whole Order.

    From the Flaming Arrow by Nicholas of France, Prior General

    Repeats every year on the 16 of May 5 times .
    05/16/16
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    Optional Memorial
  • Saint Joachina de Vedruna

    Joachina was born in Barcelona in 1783. She married Theodore de Mas in 1799 and bore him nine children before being widowed in 1816. Then in 1826 she was prompted by God’s Spirit to found the Congregation of Carmelite Sisters of Charity, which spread throughout Catalonia, establishing houses for the care of the sick and the education of children, especially the poor. She was greatly drawn to contemplating the mystery of the Holy Trinity. Her spiritual life was marked by prayer, mortification, detachment; humility and love. She died at Vich in 1854.

    Repeats every year on the 22 of May 5 times .
    05/22/16
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    Optional Memorial
  • Saint Mary Magdalen de'Pazzi

    Born in Florence in 1566, she had a religious upbringing and entered the monastery of the Carmelite nuns there. She led a hidden life of prayer and self-denial, praying particularly for the renewal of the Church and encouraging the sisters in holiness. Her life was marked by many extraordinary graces. She died in 1607.

    From “On Revelation and On Temptation of St. Mary Magdalen de’ Pazzi”

     

    Repeats every year on the 25 of May 5 times .
    05/25/16
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    Feast
  • Blessed Elia of Saint Clement

    Blessed Elia of St. Clement was born in Bari, 17th January 1901, to deeply Christian parents. At her baptism she was given the name Theodora, gift of God. In the brief course of her life on earth she lived up to her name. On 8th April 1920 (then Feast of St. Albert, author of the Carmelite Rule), she entered the Carmel of St. Joseph in Bari. She received the habit on 24th November of the same year, the feast of St John of the Cross. On 8th December 1924 she wrote in her own blood her act of total and definitive offering to the Lord with the vow to embrace the "most perfect".

    Repeats every year on the 29 of May 5 times .
    05/29/16
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    Optional Memorial
  • Saint Teresa de Jesús de Los Andes

    Juanita Fernandez Solar was born at Santiago, Chile, on July 13, 1900.  From her adolescence she was devoted to Christ.  She entered the monastery of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns at Los Andes on May 7, 1919, where she was given the name of Teresa of Jesus.  She died on April 12th of the following year after having made her religious profession.  She was beatified by John Paul II on April 3, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and proposed as a model for young people.  She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian Carmel in Latin America to be beatified.

     

    Repeats every year on the 13 of July 10 times .
    07/13/16
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    Memorial
  • Saint Teresa de Jesús de Los Andes

    Juanita Fernandez Solar was born at Santiago, Chile, on July 13, 1900.  From her adolescence she was devoted to Christ.  She entered the monastery of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns at Los Andes on May 7, 1919, where she was given the name of Teresa of Jesus.  She died on April 12th of the following year after having made her religious profession.  She was beatified by John Paul II on April 3, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and proposed as a model for young people.  She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian Carmel in Latin America to be beatified.

     

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    Memorial
  • Saint Teresa de Jesús de Los Andes

    Juanita Fernandez Solar was born at Santiago, Chile, on July 13, 1900.  From her adolescence she was devoted to Christ.  She entered the monastery of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns at Los Andes on May 7, 1919, where she was given the name of Teresa of Jesus.  She died on April 12th of the following year after having made her religious profession.  She was beatified by John Paul II on April 3, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and proposed as a model for young people.  She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian Carmel in Latin America to be beatified.

     

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    Memorial
  • Saint Teresa de Jesús de Los Andes

    Juanita Fernandez Solar was born at Santiago, Chile, on July 13, 1900.  From her adolescence she was devoted to Christ.  She entered the monastery of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns at Los Andes on May 7, 1919, where she was given the name of Teresa of Jesus.  She died on April 12th of the following year after having made her religious profession.  She was beatified by John Paul II on April 3, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and proposed as a model for young people.  She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian Carmel in Latin America to be beatified.

     

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    Memorial
  • Saint Teresa de Jesús de Los Andes

    Juanita Fernandez Solar was born at Santiago, Chile, on July 13, 1900.  From her adolescence she was devoted to Christ.  She entered the monastery of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns at Los Andes on May 7, 1919, where she was given the name of Teresa of Jesus.  She died on April 12th of the following year after having made her religious profession.  She was beatified by John Paul II on April 3, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and proposed as a model for young people.  She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian Carmel in Latin America to be beatified.

     

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    Memorial
  • Saint Teresa de Jesús de Los Andes

    Juanita Fernandez Solar was born at Santiago, Chile, on July 13, 1900.  From her adolescence she was devoted to Christ.  She entered the monastery of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns at Los Andes on May 7, 1919, where she was given the name of Teresa of Jesus.  She died on April 12th of the following year after having made her religious profession.  She was beatified by John Paul II on April 3, 1987, at Santiago, Chile, and proposed as a model for young people.  She is the first Chilean and the first member of the Teresian Carmel in Latin America to be beatified.

     

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    Memorial

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