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.

History

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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Seeking a Few Good Men






Many of you reading this blog may know young men discerning a vocation to the religious life or perhaps you yourself are discerning your holy calling from God. The Carmelite monastery's website has recently been updated with a form that allows a young man in the process of discernment to make contact with the community's vocation director. We want to encourage any young man interested in the contemplative vocation, or even considering the possibility to make contact with the Wyoming Carmelites. They are eager to assist you that you may follow the Lord with promptness and love.

Here is the link to the Vocations' Discernment Page: http://www.carmelitemonks.org/vocations.html

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A Holy and Blessed Easter!


Now at last we reach the fullness of our lenten preparations and enter into the glory of the Resurrection of our Blessed Lord! On behalf of each of the Carmelites and the entire Board of Directors, we wish to extend our prayerful greetings this Easter that our Risen Savior may graciously pour out his blessings of love and peace upon you and your families.



Please know how dear and beloved you are to our Foundation and to the monastery!

We hope to post our great progress in the upcoming days and transform this snowy website into the green splendor of spring...









In the meantime, please receive our prayers and our warmest greetings in Christ Jesus who has conquered death and has truly risen as he said! ALLELUIA!



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Unexpected Delays


As we all know, the Lord allows his servants to be tested during this holy season of Lent. Today we must inform you that the ground breaking at the New Mt Carmel will have to be delayed temporarily. As you may know, the driveway to the New Mt Carmel crosses some BLM land and regretfully that part of the driveway will not be in a condition suitable for guests on May 11, as we had originally hoped that it might be. All the same, the BLM is busy working to complete the permitting process, so that the driveway can be improved.





Please keep praying for this long process to be brought to completion, so that we may break ground sooner rather than later; the vocations the Carmel is receiving requires no less. In the meantime, please know that your generosity comes deeply appreciated as we continue to work towards the groundbreaking and still must complete the architectural and engineering plans.





Despite this unexpected delay with the Bureau of Land Management, the Foundation is preparing to install the electricity and natural gas to the building site and hopes to begin this work as soon as Wyoming weather permits! :) We are all so eager to see our beloved Carmelites at last settled at the New Mt Carmel in their permanent monastery, so please keep praying!



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