The Carmel of Maria Regina
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Interviews with the Sisters

Available here are some stories and thoughts from a few of the sisters who live and work at the Carmel.  Currently, there are eight fully professed sisters in residence and two visiting sisters.  From time to time, other visitors include young women who are in the process of discernment, with two or three more scheduled to visit soon.  These live in the enclosure for periods ranging from a few days for an initial stay to a few months for those who come back for further formation and study. It is, of course, a special person who is called to the life of contemplation in Carmel.  The sisters at the Carmel of Maria Regina are cheerful, amiable, and happy to reach out, especially to the women who are feeling called to learn more about the hidden life.

Mother Sister Elizabeth, current Prioress and member of the community of Carmel.

Interview with Sr. Elizabeth

Sister Maria Teresa of the Trinity, current Council Sister, former Prioress, and member of the community of Carmel.

Interview with Sr. Teresa

Sister Mary Veronica, one of the founding sisters, former Prioress, and member of the community of the Carmel. 

Interview with Sr. Veronica

Sub-Prioress Sister Juana Maria, former Council Sister and member of the community of the Carmel.

Interview with Sr. Juana

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