Regular News and Updates

Learn about our progress regularly on our New Mount Carmel Foundation Blog.

Photo Gallery

See new photos regularly of the monks on the New Mount Carmel and the progress of the vision.

Video Tour

Watch a guided tour of the New Mount Carmel by Fr. Daniel Mary, Prior of the Carmelite Monks.


Learn about the history of the New Mount Carmel Foundation.

Board of Directors

Learn more about the members of the New Mount Carmel Foundation.

Carmelite Monks

Learn more about the community of monks that will pray and wok at the New Mount Carmel.

Our Diocese

Learn more about the Diocese of Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Our Vision

Learn about the vision of the New Mount Carmel.

Mountain Property

Learn more about the mountain property of the New Mount Carmel.

Monks' Monastery

Learn more about the monastery for the Carmelite Monks at the New Mount Carmel.

Building Plan

Learn more about the Building Plan for the monastery at the New Mount Carmel.

Welcome to a blog completely devoted to the establishment of a cloistered monastery. The Board of Directors will frequently post updates, news and spiritual insights to share the progress and joy with you. Enjoy this holy space dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel and Her Carmelite Monks in Wyoming's Rockies!


« May God reward you!The Survey Continues: More Corners Found »

Environmental, Water, Soil Testing...and the List Goes On!!!

Terracon, a large national firm has been selected by the New Mount Carmel Foundation to perform the necessary due diligence to help this Foundation get closer to closing.  The local staff at Terracon are environmental engineers of the highest calibre of professional ability.  As a clear sign that God has chosen them for this work, the staff at Terracon in Billings, MT are very anxious to learn more about the Carmelites and contemplative prayer.  It is no surprise that the Terracon team has been chosen to help us build a monastery for the flourishing of the contemplative life and where we each may grow deeper in the spiritual life.

Today is Terracon's first day on site.  Let us pray for Terracon and their crew as they help us identify the many components necessary to build a thriving monastery for God's glory.  Thank you Terracon for your dedication, your goodness, and your fidelity to the Lord and His Wyoming Carmelites!