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!


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St. John of the Cross, Spiritual Father

Today in the Carmelite Tradition the Carmelite monks are celebrating the great feast of their holy father, St. John of the Cross. St. John of the Cross is rightly known for his profound insights into the spiritual life and his clear teaching on the way to obtain mystical union with God. Many ask why St. John of the Cross, a friar and father of the Discalced Reform is known as the spiritual father of our Wyoming Carmelites as well. It is a little known fact that St. John of the Cross, this holy man of God, actually sought to leave the Carmelite Order to enter the solitude of the Carthusian Charterhouse, but was reassured by St. Teresa of Jesus that the same contemplative, cloistered, monastic life was the very reason for the reform she had begun. Under her persuasion, St. John of the Cross remained in Carmel, but as Divine Providence would have it never saw the contemplative, cloistered life realized for the Carmelite men...that is until today. This is exactly the reason for this Foundation's work, to build a monastic edifice that will protect the holy life led by our Carmelites and allow the original vision and desires of this great saint to be lived for the ages to come as a source of holiness and the building up of the whole Church.