- About Us
The Holy Father Pope Francis declared December 8, 2015 - November 20, 2016 as YEAR OF MERCY.
VISIT OUR YEAR OF MERCY WEBSITE!
We are consecrated religious in the Catholic Church and members of a Congregation founded by Venerable Mary Angeline Teresa, dedicated to the service and care of the Aged and Infirm, in the spirit and tradition of the Carmelite Order.
The Carmelite Sisters celebrate their Foundress' 32nd Anniversary of Eternal Life!
Human Sexuality Workshop held at Whitefriars Hall, Washington DC on January 29-30, 2016
Our apostolate is not only to staff and operate up-to-date homes for the aged, but as religious it is to bring Christ to every person under our care. Bringing Christ means giving them His compassion, His interest, His loving care, His warmth morning, noon and night. It means inspiring the lay people who work with us, to give the same type of loving care.
"Serving the Aged Lovingly Today"
A Mission Program for women ages 18 and over.
Transform and be transformed! Choose one of our four week-long programs in 2016 and make a positive impact in the lives of our elders.
We, the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, are a religious congregation dedicated to the service of God in an apostolate which focuses on care to the aged. In our ministry to the aged, we uphold the authentic teaching of the Roman Catholic Church and philosophy of our Foundress, Mother M. Angeline Teresa, regarding the value and right to life of each person from conception throughout the stages of living.
The Mother Angeline Society is dedicated to promoting the Cause for Beatification and Canonization of Venerable Mary Angeline Teresa, the Foundress of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, and for advancing her charism in the Church.
Father John Welch, O.Carm. talks about the spirituality of Saint Teresa of Jesus. We commemorate St. Teresa's 500th Anniversary of birth in 2015.