Written in French, this web site has been redesigned and is a beautiful reflection on Therese's life and Carmelite Spirituality.
Completely written in French, this web site recalls St. Therese's life, her canonization, the construction of the basilica dedicated to her, and describes all the places that the estimated two million or more visitors will want to visit during this centenary year of her death.
This web site visits the Sanctuary of Alencon, where St. Therese was born
Other Carmelite Ministries of the Society's Province:
This is the home page of the Society's religious leaders. Here you can learn about these men who serve the Catholic Church as Priests and Brothers in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Peru.
This is the location to learn about the Carmelite commitment to Prayer, Community and Ministry. Here you will find out the requirements for becoming a Carmelite Priest or Brother.
Visit this web site to learn more about the spiritual development seminars and programs available to the general public through this retreat and conference facility located in Darien, Illinois.
The Carmelite Gift Shop is located within the National Shrine of St. Therese in Darien, IL.
Learn more about this Mundelein, Illinois high school which has been designated "A U.S. Blue Ribbon School" by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education and "A National Exemplary School" by the U.S. Department of Education.
Overlooking the world famous Niagara Falls, this Ontario facility provides Retreats, Workshops and opportunities for adult Religious Education. The Centre includes four Chapels, a religious gift shop, and overnight accommodations on twelve acres of beautiful grounds, within easy walking distance of the Falls.
This is the place to learn more about what it means to be a Lay Carmelite. At this web site you can make purchases from "The Scapular Shop", keep up-to-date on Lay Carmelite news, and learn about The Call to Carmel.
The National Shrine of St. Therese is situated on a 50 acre Carmelite campus in Darien, Illinois. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.
Information about the Carmelite Order:
Here you will find the foundation upon which all Carmelite communities were established, The Rule of Life. The Rule was given to the Carmelites by Albert, Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1204, and mitigated by Pope Innocent IV in 1247.
This web site is very similar to the "Saints of Carmel", but is written completely in Spanish.
Other Catholic Resources:
Provided by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website, the Liturgy of the Hours is the daily prayer of the Church, marking the hours of each day and sanctifying the day with prayer.
Through this web site you can visit the Vatican's archives, learn more about The Holy Father, tour the Vatican Museums, or search for a topic of your choice. There is a tremendous amount of information available through this site.
Through this web site, you can get access to the 15 volume encyclopedia which was originally published in 1913. The encyclopedia covers a wide range of topic, secular and religious, from a Catholic perspective.
A visit to this web site will provide you with a chronological listing of every Pope from St. Peter (32 AD) to John Paul II; along with a biography of each, and the time period he served.
This Web site provides direct links to over 90 U.S. Catholic Diocesan Web Sites and Webmasters.
This organization presents God as a focus for a successful marriage. Marriage Encounter's goal is to revitalize a married couple's marriage through increased communication, and a deeper awareness of the faith life that binds couples together in love.
Pictorial Tours of Religious Sites:
This web site provides you with a written and photographic tour of the Holiest site of Christianity; the place of the Crucifixion, Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus.
Take a virtual tour of the largest Catholic church in the Western Hemisphere and the eighth largest in the world.
A virtual 360 degree tour of one of the world's leading Catholic Marian shrines