Rule of Saint Albert

The Rule is a "blueprint" which members of a religious family follow to live their religious life more fully. The Rule of Saint Albert was written by St. Albert , bishop of Jerusalem. He wrote it between 1206-1214 as requested by the Latin hermits living in Mount Carmel. The Rule is short, easy to read and was written in a letter-style to the hermits.

It has two main components: Word of God and the Holy Eucharist.