WHERE WE MINISTER

According to the Rule of Saint Albert (the Carmelite Rule), friars are to be occupied by some type of work. When the hermits followed the crusaders back to Europe, they began to be educated in the major universities and took on the works of teaching, preaching, and chaplaincies. Along with a strenuous prayer life, Carmelites are engaged with people in communities. We do not shy away from local issues, and also keep a prayerful eye on what is happening on a global level. Work allows the friar time attend to a duty important to his superior. We are all given training so as to be prepared to work most present day ministries in the Church today.

PROVINCIAL FOUNDATIONS

 

  • ST. MICHAEL'S   Maracas Valley, Trinidad & Tobago

  • ST. XAVIER'S PRIVATE SCHOOL    St. Joseph, Trinidad & Tobago

  • BAKANJA HOUSE  Bourg Mulatresse, Santa Cruz, Trinidad & Tobago

  • HOLY CROSS CHURCH  Upper Santa Cruz, Trinidad & Tobago

  • ST. THERESE HOUSE   Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

  • OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL PRIORY   Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

  • ST. JOSEPH'S PRIORY  Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

DIOCESE OF ALBANY

 

 

DIOCESE OF COLUMBUS

A R C H D I O C E S E   O F   N E W A R K 

  • ST. ELISEUS PRE-NOVITIATE Harrison, New Jersey

 

 

ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK

 

DIOCESE OF ROCHESTER

DIOCESE OF SIOUX FALLS 

 

  • PRESENTATION COLLEGE   Aberdeen, SD

DIOCESE OF GREENSBURG

 

© 2020 Carmelite Friars North American Province of Saint Elias

Based out of Middletown, N.Y.

 

Celebrating the Year of Vocations 2019- 2020

 

"Fill us with a jealous zeal for God, and grant to us new companions on the journey to the Holy Mountain, Christ our Lord."

 

vocations@carmelites.com     Tel: 845-344-2225

Fr. Francis Amodio, O.Carm., Director of Vocations   845-800-9250

Fr. Nicholas Blackwell, O.Carm., Assistant Director of Vocations

Mrs. Rosemary Williams, Vocations Office Secretary

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