Definition of Carmelite in English:
A friar or nun of a contemplative Catholic order founded at Mount Carmel during the Crusades.
- The Carmelites and Austin friars arrived in the 1240s.
- The service, on Friday, May 16, is being held by the Carmelites, a religious order within the Roman Catholic Church.
- From the seminary he joined a strict order of Carmelites, which he considered to be the way to attain heaven.
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Of or relating to the Carmelites.
- The importance of community is central to Carmelite life. All Carmelites are called to live in community and Father Joseph reflected upon the importance of this.
- John of the Cross was a 16 th-century Spanish mystic and Carmelite priest.
- She was prioress of the first reformed Carmelite convent in France, and spread the teachings of the founder of the French School, Pierre de Berulle, through the movement.
Words that rhyme with Carmeliteproselyte • Monothelite
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