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A Life of Holiness: Carmelite Monks of Wyoming

This video is an explanation of the contemplative life of monks made by the Carmelite Monks located in Wyoming. The monks live a life of prayer, solitude, penance, and strict separation from the world. Their lives are completely dedicated to interceding for the Church and the world. St. Thérèse proclaimed the Carmelite vocation as being “love in the heart of the Church.” As the heart circulates blood throughout the whole body, so the Carmelite is called to circulate grace throughout the Church. View video.

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  1. Would love to get some Earl Grey, but two quibbles. I no lengor use tea bags of any sort. Loose Leaf only for me. Better for the environment and it tastes better. Cornflowers have never been part of any Earl Grey that I have seen in the past. Purely Decorative?What is bergemot flavor? I have always bought tea that contains REAL bergemot essential oil. The flavor is better, it is not artifical and it is natural. I used to be a huge Twinings Earl Grey drinker until they switched from REAL bergemot essential oil to Bergemot Flavor . Almost like comparing real vanilla extract to vanillia flavor or vanillan.I would love to see the monks offer some organic Teas (and coffee). That is pretty much all I buy now. Most people do not realize that coffee plants have more pesticide sprayed on them than almost any other commercial crop.

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