Youth Vocational Ministry

Seeking the encounter of young people with Jesus

The Carmelite Missionary Sisters, from our charism of communion, feel called to share life with young people and together to promote the transformation of the Church and society.

In our mission as YYVM we seek to encourage young people to have a personal encounter with Jesus, to discover, accompany and share their deepest aspirations, to strengthen their values, to accompany them in their process of personal fulfilment and in their search for the meaning of their lives.

A mission that is gaining strength after the celebration of the Synod on Youth. In the final document, Pope Francis stresses the importance of accompanying young people in their search for the meaning of life, because it is they themselves who are calling for it.  In general, young people declare themselves to be in search of the meaning of life and show interest in spirituality. Such attention, however, sometimes takes the form of a search for psychological comfort rather than an openness to encounter the Mystery of the living God.

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Santos o nadas…

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Welcome to Salamanca

In this octave of Easter, with the Eucharist on Thursday 5 April, the opening of the Preparation Course for Perpetual Vows took place in Salamanca (Spain) with the motto "Our destiny is secure when we are in God's hands (Prov 16,9)". The participants were the...

Missionary Carmel continues to grow

"I have called you by name, you are mine". (Isaiah 43:1) In this time of digital/cyber world where young people are hooked to gadgets and worldly offerings, we joyfully praise the Lord for giving us Sister Ursula Sonata Ayo as a gift. She said her...

Let us walk with Mary on pilgrimage

On the 4th of November this year, the 20th youth pilgrimage prepared by the youth ministry of the diocese of Santa Cruz de Rancagua VI Region Chile took place. Our Sisters Berta García and Jacqueline Moraga participated in this pilgrimage welcoming the...

On the way to Lisbon

Now it is the turn of the Diocese of Ibiza, where the Eucharist of Sending to WYD Lisbon 2023 has been celebrated. The celebration was presided over by Monsignor Vicente Ribas, Bishop of the Diocese. He invited the young people to set out on the road like Mary and to be open to the passage of the...

Moving forward....

The group of young people from the Carmelite Youth Missionary Carmel in the Philippines had the possibility to visit the shrine of Fatima and pray before Our Lady as part of their participation in this event. They are very happy and living this as an experience of grace. ....

Young people on the way

Sr Silvia Chung, Carmelite Missionary Sister, sets out with young people to participate in this ecclesial event of World Youth Day, Lisbon 2023. She travels with Angela, a young woman from Barcelona and joins the Jaris group from the Parish of St. Anthony Abbot in...

We are on our way.....

Like Mary, we Carmelite Missionary Sisters are on our way. Now the appointment is in Lisbon, with the whole Church we want to live the World Youth Day 2023. The first group to start the pilgrimage was the Carmelite Missionary Youth of the Philippines ....

Let us walk together in the same vocation.

In the first days of the year the sisters in charge of Youth Vocation Ministry of the Vice-Province "Our Lady of Guadalupe" Central America and the Caribbean, met in El Salvador. We thank each of the communities and the Vice-Provincial Council for their...

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