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Terre Haute, Indiana: Carmelite Monastery

About the Carmelite Monastery in Terre Haute:

The Monastery here is composed of consecrated women of the Teresian Carmel living in sisterly communion. They are cloistered Carmelite nuns, called to live the Gospel and the charism of Saint Teresa through a hidden life of unceasing contemplative prayer in the service of the Church. Standing in the presence of the living God they adore and intercede for all, becoming channels of spiritual energy and a prophetic witness of hope to the world.

Visiting the Carmelite Monastery in Terre Haute, Indiana:

The public is warmly welcomed to participate in the daily Mass which is celebrated in their public chapel. The cloister grill and curtain open during the Eucharist to allow the community to participate with the priest and people.

The monastery has its own gift shop featuring items created by the sisters.  Be sure to visit and pick up some items!

You are most welcome to share with them your concerns and intentions. Your intentions will be written in a special book and remembered each day in their prayers, Divine Office and Eucharistic Liturgy. Check their website below for contact information.

Address:  59 Allendale, Terre Haute, IN 47802

Tel: +1 (812) 299-1410  Fax: +1 (812) 299-5820

Click here for the official website of the Carmelite Monastery in Terre Haute, Indiana

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