Denver, Colo., Apr 19, 2017 / 23:11 pm
It seems providential that a new order of Discalced Carmelite nuns, whose charism is to know and to make known the glory of the Holy Trinity, has arrived to Denver to care for the archdiocese's Holy Trinity Center.
The six Allied Discalced Carmelites of the Holy Trinity are the first nuns of their order, which was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico, to open a convent in the United States.
"It is by the grace of God," Mother Martha Patricia Malacara, superior of the community, told the Denver Catholic. "He is making history (here).
"We want to thank Archbishop Samuel Aquila for welcoming us," she added, "we are very grateful."