Christ’s Appearance to Mary Magdalene, Alexander Ivanov (1835)
Mary Magdalene, with her eyes of love and faith, was the first to be called by Christ to share the good news of His resurrection. Mary Magdalene, with her utmost confidence in Jesus, was the first to testify and bear witness to His glorified body, despite opposition and ridicule from the apostles. She was the first evangelizer. When the men who were closest to Jesus had given up hope, she called them back to Him, and they responded. St. Mary Magdalene, pray for us.
We, like Mary Magdalene, are called to share and live in the joy of Christ’s resurrected body, though some are called to a consecrated life. Do you know anyone who might have this particular call? …
The Call: Discalced Carmelite Friars – Western Province
http://discalcedcarmelitefriars.com. “As Teresian Carmelites we strive to live a zealous life of allegiance to Jesus for the salvation of souls, in the contemplative and missionary spirit of St. Teresa of Jesus and St. John of the Cross.”
Source: Discalced Carmelite Friars, Western Province (May 2015)
The Call: Discalced Carmelite Nuns
“These are Movie Clips compiled to reach out to the modern viewers about the Carmelite Vocation, Carmelite Saints, and Carmelite Spirituality. Featuring Carmelite entrance, investiture, solemn vows. I wanted to depict Contemplative life as a powerhouse of prayer and sacrifice, love of God and the world, and interior joy. The Video Clips are taken from the movies of the following carmelite saints: St. Teresa De los Andes, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Therese of Lisieux, and Edith Stein.
There are several movies that the clips are showing. You can buy these movies at any Catholic Bookstore or Amazon online: (1) Thérèse with actress Catherine Mouchet (2) Edith Stein: The Seventh Chamber (3) St. Teresa of the Andes Miniseries (4) The Passion of the Christ (5) Therese with actress Lindsay Younce. Also recommended Carmelite movies: Saint Teresa of Avila with actress Concha Velasco” (MaryVeronica JMJ).
Source: MaryVeronica JMJ Discalced Carmelite Nuns (2011)