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Sister Maria Cecilia went to heaven after a hard fight against cancer. Thousands have shared on social networks images of her agony , a time in which she never lost peace or joy. She graduated as a nurse and the 26 -year-old made ​​her first vows as a Discalced Carmelite in 2003 made ​​her perpetual profession. Six months ago she was diagnosed with tongue cancer and the disease had lung metastases. She died on Wednesday June 22 at dawn. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord. #catholic

"We will sanctify our lives in the small things done with love. Let nothing go wasted, for we are called to love Christ at every moment and in all that we do and that is what will get us to heaven."

The fruit of Silence is prayer. The fruit of Prayer is faith. The fruit of Faith is love. The fruit of Love is service. The fruit of Service is peace. Even Mother Teresa echoed St. Therese!

Nun playing the violin to Jesus. When I was a child, I wanted to be just like her. This picture I saw in Birgitta Yavaris beautiful book. And still after all these years, this picture is so touching, so beautiful.

"To be taken with love for a soul, God does not look on its greatness, but on the greatness of its humility."~St. John of the Cross

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Saint Therese-de-Lisieux with her real blood sisters,all became nuns, 2 others Carmelites with her,the eldest became Mother Superior.

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Prayer Before & After Mass

Thanksgiving after Mass {Pray} - I have long loved this prayer!

St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) was a brilliant philosopher. She stopped believing in God at 14. Through study of philosophy she grew into a woman of integrity and intelligence, following the truth wherever it led her. She came across the autobiography of St. Teresa of Avila, which she read all in one night, and upon finishing exclaimed, “This is the Truth!” This began a spiritual journey that led to her to being baptized Catholic. She later became a Carmelite nun.

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Beautiful Madonna & Child

Beautiful Madonna & Child - The Graphics Fairy

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Japanese Madonnas Painted by Nun

japan1.jpg (267×355) From a Carmelite nun in Japan. I love it because its the Holy Family.

The simplicity of a catholic nun's quarters. There are times when I dream of having a little cottage out in the woods where I can read, think, and write, where the bedroom would look something like this.

Written when St. John of the Cross was in prison. Locked in a 10x6feet cell and tortured by his fellow carmelite brothers; he wrote The Spiritual Canticle and other poems during this time.

Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA : San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo, Founded: June 3, 1770 by Father Junipero Serra, a few miles South of the city of Carmel, July 2000