Carmelite

  • (noun): A Roman Catholic friar wearing the white cloak of the Carmelite order; mendicant preachers.
    Synonyms: White Friar
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on carmelite:

Carmelite Priory, Copenhagen
... The Carmelite Priory, Copenhagen, was a small Carmelite college in Copenhagen, Denmark, in existence between 1497 and 1529, with connections to the University of Copenhagen ...
Stella Maris Monastery - Carmelite Center
... The Monastery serves as a centre of Carmelite spirituality throughout the world ... New embossments dedicated to Carmelite figures are hoisted on all four corners of the central hall ...
Prisons Of The Reign Of Terror - Conspiracy of The Carmelite Friars
... the fifty-one prisoners of Prison of the Carmelite friars ... The first prisoners of the prison of the Carmelite friars were judged on Thermidor 5 year II YEAR, and forty-six of them were condemned to die on the vague ... The prisoners of the Carmelite friars were shown to have formed the project to escape ...
Secular Order Of Discalced Carmelites - Membership
... into formation depends on a clear indication of a Carmelite vocation and maturity in faith as discerned by the local council of the community petitioned, and permission to profess the Promise of the ... as the Brown Scapular, and may or may not practice the primary principles of Carmelite spirituality ... Any Catholic can be invested with the Carmelite Scapular by a Catholic priest, and indeed it is the most popular of Catholic scapulars because of the special ...
Constitutions Of The Carmelite Order
... The Constitutions of the Carmelite Order stand as an expression of the ideals and spirit of the Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel ... For the Carmelite the contemplative vocation is exemplified par excellence in the life of the Virgin Mary, beloved to the Order under the title of Our Lady of Mount Carmel ... Additionally, the Carmelite Rule of St ...

More definitions of "Carmelite":

  • (adj): Of or relating to the Carmelite friars.
    Example: "Carmelite monasteries"