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Got a spare hour? Here’s a fascinating panel discussion on the topic “Mindfulness in Modern Life." The event was organised by The Institute for Ethics and Society of the University of Notre Dame, Australia, and, best of all, it features the Australian Carmelite friar Fr Aloysius Rego. 

To celebrate the feast day of St Teresa of Avila, Fr Greg Burke, OCD – Parish Priest of Infant Jesus Parish, Morley, Western Australia – reflects upon the impact of Teresa on his life. 

In this very short video, Bishop Greg Homeming, OCD reflects upon the importance of coming to terms with who we are so as to have the freedom truly to live our own lives.

Here is an insightful and moving reflection about Our Lady of Mount Carmel from the theologian Dr M. Shawn Copeland. 

Back in 2016, the Christchurch Carmel featured on the New Zealand TV program “Sunday." In case you're wondering, since this documentary was made, Sister Catherine has made her final vows!

It's not every day that we hear a talk by an enclosed Carmelite nun. Here are TWO talks by Sister Jo Robson, OCD of the Ware Carmelite Monastery in England. The first talk is entitled “Invitation to Prayer in the Carmelite Tradition" and offers an overview of some of the features of Carmelite prayer. The focus and title of the second talk is “John and Teresa: Carmelite Prayer as Love of God and Love of Neighbour." Enjoy! 

Here's another short video by Bishop Greg Homeming. In just over a minute, he explores our flaws as a key place where we encounter the transforming presence of God. 

This is Part One of a talk by Fr Iain Matthew, OCD entitled “The Living Flame of Love: Encountering the Mystery." Fr Iain discusses St John of the Cross's exquisite poem “The Living Flame of Love," exploring what this poem tells us about John, about ourselves, and about God – the living flame of Love. 

Here is Part Two of Fr Iain Matthew's talk “The Living Flame of Love: Encountering the Mystery." Why not listen to both parts of this talk next time you're out for a walk, driving to work, or doing jobs around the house!