Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger)
Pope Benedict XVI has frequently spoken of Carmel's saints during his pontificate.
- Catechesis on St. Teresa of Jesus (of Avila)
- Catechesis on St. John of the Cross
- Catechesis on St. Thérèse of Lisieux
Günter Benker, O.Carm.
Günter is a friar of the Upper German Province of Carmelites. He has a particular interest in formation, and has served on the International Formation Commission of the Order.
Angela Bergström-Allen, T.O.C.
Angela is a retired teacher and Lay Carmelite living in Cambridge.
Johan Bergström-Allen, T.O.C.
- Carmelites changing the climate
- Carmelite Echoes in the Lourdes Grotto
- Coming to Our Father with Open Hands
- Rule of Saint Albert: centenary celebrations account
- York800 Evensong Sermon
Damian Cassidy, O.Carm.
Joseph Chalmers, O.Carm.
Fr. Joseph is a friar of the British Province who served as Prior General of the Order between 1995 and 2007, during which time he promoted a rediscovery within Carmel of its contemplative charism. He is currently Director of Initial Formation and Sub-Prior at Aylesford Priory.
- A New Dawn: Renewal in Prayer
- In Allegiance to Jesus Christ
- From the school of life to the school of holiness
- The God of Our Contemplation
- The Lord Hears the Cry of the Poor
- The Love of Christ Surpasses Knowledge
- Mary and the Scapular
- Resting in God
- The Sound of Silence (Saint Albert's Press book extract)
Bruce Clark, O.Carm.
Fr. Bruce is a friar of the Province of Australia and Timor Leste.
Teresa Clements, DMJ, O.Carm.
Michael Cox, O.Carm.
Fr. Michael is a friar at the Carmelite community in East Finchley. He is conducting postgraduate research in Scripture studies.
Anthony Fagan, T.O.C.
Rev. Fagan is a retired priest of Portsmouth Diocese.
Julian is the Chair of the Archbishop Romero Trust, and former Director of CAFOD.
Sr. Connie is a Discalced Carmelite nun at Baltimore Carmel in the United States.
Patrick Fitzgerald-Lombard, O.Carm.
Keith Jones, O.Carm.
Very Revd. Keith Jones was Dean at York Minster between 2004-12. During that time he extended warm hospitality to Carmelite groups, and welcomed the relics of St. Thérèse of Lisieux to an Anglican place of worship for the first time. When he retired as Dean of the cathedral in York the Carmelites granted Keith honorary membership of the Order by issuing him 'Letters of Fraternity'.
Rianne was one of the early members of the Lay Carmelite movement in Holland known as Karmelbeweging