On the first Sunday after Easter 1919, the statue of the Madonna was brought back from the parish-church in Haifa, with great solemnity and in the midst of public rejoicings.
Ambrosius of St. Arsenius, the first Carmelite to die on Mount Carmel in a letter to his General (1634), he tells how he saw the very first church in the world erected in honour of the Mother of God. Behind the altar was the cave where Elijah hid...
On the 22 June 1948, about fifty British soldiers... assembled on the esplanade in front of the Statue of Our Lady of Chile
In 1948 the Discalced Carmelite friars sheltered over 500 refugees at their Stella Maris monastery in Haifa
We are your children and your people
Carmelites have chosen Mary as their Patroness and spiritual Mother
The second most important procession in the Holy Land