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Contact us at: Carmelite Monastery, Kirkintilloch
Glasgow
G66 3PE
Times of Services

Sunday Mass 11.30

Saturday Mass 11.30

Weekday Masses Monday to Friday 8.30am

Sunday Evening
Exposition of the
Blessed Sacrament followed by Evening Prayer Sunday 4.30pm

Upcoming events

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School of Prayer
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Secular Order
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Our Community

  • Sr. Anna Sr. Anna keeping an eye on things
  • Sr. Gloria Sr. Gloria singing the psalm
  • The Community The Community Prepares for Mass
  • Sr. Marie Therese Sr. Marie Therese celebrates her Golden Jublilee
  • Sr. Michael Sr. Michael attentive
  • Sr. Mary Elizabeth Sr. Mary Elizabeth enjoys the moment
  • Sr. Marie Therese Sr. Marie Therese smiles for the camera
  • Sr. Dorothy Sr. Dorothy in harmony
  • Sr. Mary Clare Sr. Mary Clare praying the office
  • Sr. Michael Sr. Michael hard at work
  • Sr. Anne Margaret Sr. Anne Margaret in listening mode
  • Sr. Marie Helen Sr. Marie Helen caught by the camera
  • Sr. Gloria Sr. Gloria packing the altar breads
  • Sr. Jenny Sr. Jenny celebrates success
  • Sr. Joan Sr. Joan proclaims the Word
  • Sr. Marie Helen Sr. Marie Helen taking a prioress's view of things
  • Sr. Mary of the Angels Sr. Mary of the Angels ready for Mass
  • Sr. Mary Clare Sr. Mary Clare Happy!
  • Sr. Allain Sr. Allain all smiles
  • Sr. Mary Elizabeth Sr. Mary Elizabeth nursing the tomatoes
  • Sr. Anne Margaret Sr. Anne Margaret enjoying the moment
  • Sr. Joan Sr. Joan caught in the act
  • Sr. Allain Sr. Allain accompanies the psalms on the zither
  • The Community The Community praying the Divine Office
  • Sr. Anna Sr. Anna enjoys the garden
  • Celebrating Celebrating with a Scottish theme
  • The Potter The Potter begins
  • Sr. Johann Sr. Johann finishing touches

 

Although Carmel is best known for the call to contemplative prayer, from the beginning St. Teresa formed "small groups of friends" to support and encourage one another in that life of prayer.

We pray,work and laugh together but above all we have been drawn together by a common vocation: a call to the ministry of prayer and the gift of ourselves at the heart of the Church; a call to intercession for the needs of the Church and the world, bringing healing and peace to our own hearts and the hearts of our sisters and brothers in a broken world.

Through silence, meditation, work and mutual love, they strive to take the inner journey for and on behalf of humanity. While committing ourselves to this Teresian way of life, we do so with creativity, welcoming and integrating all that is good in our present time and culture.