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Ocarm Ocarm is offline

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  1. Church Militant
    Oct 9, '11 12:20 am
    Church Militant
    Have read many of your posts and decided I need to befriend you. 'Specially since we have the same first name!
  2. Trishie
    Mar 24, '09 1:12 pm
    My experience of the O'Carms is that each in his personal way combines wholesome humanity with profound spirituality. If you are one of the number, in passing, I just wish to ask God's profound blessings for you. And even if you're not!
  3. stteresasgirl
    Mar 18, '09 9:09 pm
    Hello Mike!
    Just caught your reply today. Thanks for accepting! I just joined the Climbing Mount Carmel Social group and fumbling around trying to learn my way around this entire Catholic Answers site! Glad to meet you! By the way, I have a half-sister and niece who live in the U.K.

    Where do you go to school and how far along are you in your studies. I am very, very new to the study of theology. I am presently taking my first class through Franciscan University of Steubenville, OH. Old Testament.

    God Bless,

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  • About Ocarm
    Ex-psychiatric nurse and current Carmelite friar
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    In Christ,

    It is good to venerate the crucifix. But even better than images of wood or stone are living images, souls formed in the image of Christ.


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  • Last Activity: Nov 14, '13 7:58 am
  • Join Date: Feb 25, '09
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