“Al meer dan 125 jaar God zien, dienen en liefhebben”
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Carmelite Sisters

of the divine heart of Jesus

Contemplative-atoning love bearing fruit in the apostolate

Fighting the Coronavirus (Italy)

As you know the Covid-19 (coronavirus) is no longer considered an epidemic, but a pandemic, which means that this virus is transmitted very quickly, almost without control, leading people to suffer from very strong bronchial pneumonia, capable of leading people to death.

Nicaragua

Certificate program on Abuse (Nicaragua)

CEPROME is an interdisciplinary research and formation center created in 2017 in Mexico (which is endorsed by the Pontifical Gregorian University) to respond to the painful reality of sexual abuse committed in the Church by some clergymen.

Water well for Venezuela

In March 2019, the Sisters of our German Province donated funds to our Sisters in Venezuela to build a well.

Who we are

Impelled by our love for the Divine Heart of Jesus, in the spirit and zeal of the Carmelites of old, we seek to win all souls for Christ by our contemplative and apostolic works of charity.

Information about us

Spiritualiteit

Contemplation, Sacred Heart Devotion, Marian Spirituality,
Contemplation in Action, Patron Saints, Carmelite Saints
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Spiritualiteit

Contemplation, Sacred Heart Devotion, Marian Spirituality,
Contemplation in Action, Patron Saints, Carmelite Saints
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Zl. Maria Teresa van de Heilige Jozef

Het leven, verhoorde gebeden, getuigenissen, spreuken
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Zl. Maria Teresa van de Heilige Jozef

Het leven, verhoorde gebeden, getuigenissen, spreuken
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Roepingen

Roepingen

Moederhuis

Moederhuis

Provincies

Provincies

Missies

Nigeria, Cameroon, Venezuela, Iceland, Russia
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Missies

Nigeria, Cameroon, Venezuela, Iceland, Russia
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Why I became a Carmelite Sister DCJ

It begins as an unquenchable thirst, a restless longing for “something more.” Then the question arises, “How can I ‘prove’ my love for God? How can I satisfy this desire to give Him . . . ALL?”

The journey always begins with the first step.

I want to be your hands. I want to be your feet. I’ll go where you send me.” It was while singing these words at a Youth Conference that I first opened my heart to God’s call. I joyously told God that I would do anything for him — get married, be a Sister, ANYTHING!

Zr. Mary Michael

Karmelietes, DCJ

When I turned a teenager, I left behind the things of God and the Church.  And with this I went searching for other things to fill me, but these vanities, these superfluous things left me empty.

Zr. Bruna Maria

Karmelietes, DCJ

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