Carmelite Monastery Quidenham, Norfolk, NR16 2PH

Our community consists of Catholic women who have come together from many different backgrounds and previous religious experience to live together the Teresian Carmelite vocation. We support each other as we endeavour to witness to the gospel through a complete gift of ourselves to God in a life of love and service. Inspired by the spiritual way marked out for us by Saint Teresa of Avila, our primary mission in the Church is one of contemplative prayer.

 

Divine Office

6:00 Lauds
6:30 - 7:30 Silent prayer
7:30 Terce
11:30 Sext
13:45 None
16:30 Vespers
17:00 - 18:00 Silent prayer
19:45 Office of Readings
21:30 Compline

Mass Times

Mass on Sundays 10.30 am
Mass on weekdays 8.00 am
Vespers daily 4.30 pm

Sacramental Confession
Sacramental confession is available before Mass on Sundays or by private appointment with the priest in charge.

Special Events :
Wednesday 21 September – Holy Hour of prayer for Peace – 5.00-6.00
(Pope Francis has requested that every parish offer a Holy Hour of prayer for peace today. All are invited to attend all of part of it here in the Quidenham Carmel chapel. If you are unable to join us, please dedicate some time during the day to prayer for this intention).

Saturday 24 September – Our Lady of Walsingham – Mass at 8:00am
Sunday 25 September – Anniversary of the Dedication of our church – Mass 10.30
Thursday 29 September – Ss. Michael, Gabriel, Raphael – Mass at 8:00am

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We are here to learn, on behalf of all, what it means to believe in Jesus,

to take him as our only Saviour, our healing and our holiness.

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from a statement of the Quidenham Carmelites
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You ask me what my work is in Carmel.

I could answer that for the Carmelite there is only one occupation: to love, to pray.

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from the Letters of Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity
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God wills that we communicate grace to each other through prayer with great love.

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from the writings of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
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The Church needs people who pray… and who will, from their illumination,

send light and grace over the whole Church.

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Pope Paul VI
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“The Lord does not look so much at the greatness of our works as the love with which they are done.”

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from The Interior Castle of Saint Teresa of Jesus
 
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