Carmelite Sisters Bring Dignity

Carmelite Sisters Bring Dignity

By: Clara Fox Excerpt from Angelus The Tidings Online Tom Wilson was self-sufficient well into his late 80s, until an allergic reaction to prescribed medications left him in need of an assisted living facility. He initially was moved into a secular, for-profit...
“Wait!”

“Wait!”

An excerpt from Moments of Grace…“Wait!” by Sister Marie-Aimee During her first year of profession, one of our sisters spent three months teaching 8th grade religion at one of our elementary schools. Delighted with the junior high students’ ability...
Are You a Real Nun?

Are You a Real Nun?

An excerpt from Moments of Grace…“Are You a Real Nun?” by Sister Timothy Marie Our purchases were rung up easily enough. I wrote in the amount on our check and gave it to the sales clerk. That’s when it all began. “But we don’t accept two-signature...
The Meaning of Memorial Day

The Meaning of Memorial Day

Many people are very free with their opinions about war, about whether or not we should fight this war or that, about where and how the military should be deployed or brought home.  In some countries, freely expressing these opinions could land you in jail or worse....
Come Face to Face With God

Come Face to Face With God

Sister Regina Marie Gorman, O.C.D.Vicar GeneralCarmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles   Commencement Address to the Class of 2015St. Thomas Aquinas CollegePrepared text  |  May 16, 2015 When I received the letter from Dr. McLean inviting me to...
A Tribute to Moms…

A Tribute to Moms…

Last year an ad company publicized an advertisement for a job and then conducted real interviews via webcam.  Can you imagine reading an ad for a job which required you to be at work 24/7, no breaks, no vacations?  A job requiring constant movement, including bending,...