There is no greater love than dying for another, and the sacrifice of the Carmelites of Compiègne proves this amply. Such sacrificial love, which is rarely seen today, is what each one of us is called to as Catholics.
Once seen as an opportunity to gain adherence to one’s faith and loved ones, the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, as celebrated in Trastevere, no longer has the same impact as in bygone days. It would serve our Catholic Faith well if this and other feasts were revived to the splendor of yore.
The extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion of the parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will receive official status for their spiritual service on June 18th by having certificates awarded to them by the Diocese of Macau, to mark the significance of the undertaking they have accepted.
In these troubling times, faith and religiosity abound in the Taipa parish of Our Lady of Carmel as people young and old desire Baptism and First Communion, with a fervent inclination toward spiritual growth