Carmelite sisters prayer request

Prayer Requests “Prayer is a cry of gratitude and love, in the midst of trial as well as in joy.”—St. Therese We welcome prayer requests by regular mail, on our answering machine and by email. We promise to remember your intentions daily. You may write to: Carmelite Monastery 3501 Silver Lake Road Traverse City, MI 49684-8949.

Often people ask us to remember their special concerns in our prayer. We treat these prayer requests with care and reverence. We would be happy to pray for any intentions you would like to share. Submit your prayer requests by filling out the form below and your request will be added to our daily prayer board. Fields marked with an * are required. Our Discalced Carmelite Monastery of the Infant Jesus was founded within the Diocese of Gaylord in beautiful northern Michigan by Mother Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart (1911-2013). She brought with her the Spanish Teresian Carmelite tradition which she had inherited from the Mexican foundresses of Grand Rapids Carmel, particularly that of the dynamic Mother.

The Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Rochester, New York, follow a traditional way of the Carmelite life dating back to St. Teresa of Jesus (1515-1582) who founded the order. The history of the Carmelites begins with the Hermits of Mount Carmel in the Holy Land more than 800 years ago. ... This important prayer request will be said 7 days a week 360.




The Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters, commonly called Pink Sisters because of their rose colored habit, are a cloistered contemplative missionary Religious Congregation. Faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, the nuns pray for the needs of the whole world through their apostolate of perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Instead of using the form below, you can also email the Sisters directly at: [email protected] YOUR PRAYER REQUESTS ARE HELD IN COMPLETE CONFIDENCE AND ARE NOT DISCUSSED WITH ANYONE! Be patient and confident in God's infinite mercy, and never despair in His love for you! May God bless you and all of your intentions! The Sisters.

In 1997, John Cardinal O’Connor of New York canonically established the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist as a community of religious women. Our apostolate follows upon preaching and teaching the Truth in order to gain souls for the Kingdom of Christ.

The Carmelite Sisters arrived at Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll in 2002 and started to work in administration in 2008. They are currently serving in administrative and faculty roles and extra-curricular activities. ... Daily prayer together: Holy Hour, with Eucharistic adoration and rosary; chanting of the Divine Office; and two ½ hour periods.