First Annual Lecture in Carmelite Studies

Center for Carmelite Studies


What Makes a Carmelite a Carmelite?
An Evolving and Dynamic Charism

First Annual Lecture in Carmelite Studies

The lecture explores the charism’s dynamic and evolutionary character, as shown in the unfolding of Carmelite Identity when the hermits on Mount Carmel migrated to Europe and gradually embraced the mendicant movement.

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Topic: What Makes a Carmelite a Carmelite?

Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021

Time: 12:30-1:30pm (PST) / 3:30-4:30 pm (EST)

Presenter: Prof. Keith J. Egan, Ph.D., T.OCarm.

On the day of the event, please join us via Zoom

Passcode: 875242

About the Presenter:

Keith J. Egan, a Lay Carmelite, is Guest Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and Endowed Aquinas Chair in Catholic Theology Emeritus at Saint Mary's College, Indiana. He has authored several books on Carmelite Spirituality.

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About the author

Catherine is a member of Our Lady of Mercy Lay Carmelite Community. “An apostle must pay with himself for those he wants to win [for Christ].” Divine Intimacy, 326,2