Nothing is Impossible

Nothing is Impossible

Through prayer, joyful witness and loving service, The Carmelite Sisters are able to promote a deeper spiritual life among God’s people. The Carmelite Sisters have gathered footage from their many apostolic service locations and put together this wonderful video which...
Carmelite Sisters Bring Dignity

Carmelite Sisters Bring Dignity

By: Clara Fox Excerpt from Angelus The Tidings OnlineTom 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...
Promoting a Deeper Spiritual Life through Healthcare

Promoting a Deeper Spiritual Life through Healthcare

I am a Carmelite Sister. During my years serving God’s people, I have been assigned – at different times – to education, healthcare and spiritual retreats. All three are channels of grace and blessing, not only to the people we serve but to us. Although I could share...
Sharing In Our Mission at Santa Teresita

Sharing In Our Mission at Santa Teresita

By: Lisa StevensI first met the sisters of Santa Teresita when our family moved to Los Angeles and multiple people asked me to spend some time with them. I must admit I was at first a little uncertain. When I met these women it was like being with old friends. They...
National Recognition

National Recognition

Santa Teresita’s Good Shepherd Cottage is being recognized nation-wide as an exemplary model for senior care.Santa Teresita’s Good Shepherd Cottage was honored once again for its state of the art design and craftsman style architecture…The Cottage is...
To Affirm and Defend the Beauty and the Sacredness of all Human Life

To Affirm and Defend the Beauty and the Sacredness of all Human Life

Our Good Shepherd Cottage at Santa Teresita won the coveted Citation of Merit for innovation in design and creative solutions for senior living, awarded by the Environments for Aging’s annual design competition! Our cottage was featured in an article by Gina LaVecchia...