Carmelite Monks of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary

The Monks of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel is a monastic, cloistered Roman Catholic community founded in the Rocky Mountains of northwestern Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park. In the solitude and silence of the mountain wilderness, the Carmelite monks of Wyoming seek to perpetuate the charism of the Blessed Virgin Mary by living the Marian life as prescribed by the primitive Carmelite Rule and the ancient monastic observance of Carmelite men. The Carmelite Fathers and Brothers live in unwavering fidelity to the Magisterium of the Holy Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Father. With a burning love for God and a missionary zeal for souls, the Carmelite monk immolates his life in the vows of obedience, chastity, and poverty for the Holy Roman Catholic Church and for the entire world. Doing battle under the banner of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the Carmelite monks are the Navy Seals, Green Berets, and Marines of the Roman Catholic Church in a virile, ancient tradition of prayer as contemplative monks.

-from their website


Contact:

Fr. Michael Mary of the Trinity, M. Carm.
Vocation Director
P.O. Box 2747
Cody, Wyoming 82414

307-645-3310
www.carmelitemonks.org

 

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Year Founded: 2003
Diocese: Cheyenne, WY
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