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Carmelite Symposium Second Day

Monday, June 29, 2015 | Comments (0) | Permalink

The North American Carmelite Symposium being held at Saint Mary of the Lake Seminary in Mundelein, IL continued with day two of scheduled conferences on the theme of "Saint Teresa: Daughter of the Church." Following the celebration of chanted Lauds in honor of the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, the participants gathered for the symposium's first round of conferences.  Fr. Patrick McMahon, O.Carm., President of the North American Carmelite Institute, opened with the Welcome Address.  Most Rev. Fernando Millan Romeral, O.Carm., Prior General of the Carmelites, shared his thoughts on the meaning and relevance of St. Teresa's 5th Centenary.  The following speakers presented topics in their line of expertise:  Fr. Leopold Glueckert, O.Carm.on "St. Teresa's Historical Context", Keith Egan, TOC on "St. Teresa's Carmelite Character", and Barbara Mujica of Georgetown University delivered a presentation on the powerful women of St. Teresa's First Communities.  At the end of the conferences, an hour-long round table discussions with the presenters followed.

The day concluded with the Eucharistic Celebration of today's solemnity with Prior General Fernando Millan Romeral, O.Carm.as the main celebrant.

The participants and some visitors from local parishes attended a special musical presentation on the Interior Castle performed by a group of artists especially commissioned for the show.

Most Rev. Fernando Millan Romeral, O.Carm, Prior General
Fr. Leopold Glueckert, O.Carm.
The Mother Angeline Society: Sr. Jeanne Francis and Michelle EspositoKeith Egan, TOC
Barbara MujicaFr. Leopold Glueckert, O.Carm.
Keith Egan, TOC
Sr. Helena, Michelle Esposito, Sr. Patricia MargaretGolf transport to Interior Castle MusicalSt. Elias Province participants on the way to the Musical
Surprised to see the Sisters of St. Mary of Providence

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