Here are links to some of the articles that mention the Carmelite Monastery or a sister from the monastery.
Former Dentist Finds New Joy as Carmelite Nun Catholic Review 7/21/2016 By George Matysek
Portraits of 5 Modern Nuns in America Interfaith Voices November 4, 2016 Podcast
Is Baltimore America’s Most Eccentric City? Atlas Obscura By Atlas Obscura February 9, 2016
The Carmelite monastery gets a mention in item #9, though the picture shown is not a picture from our monastery.
By TOM HALL & CHRISTY FOREST • AUG 31, 2015 • WYPR Interview with Tom Hall – Tom Hall joins Sr. Constance Fitzgerald at the Carmelite Monastery on Dulaney Valley Road in Towson. Fitzgerald has been a Carmelite nun for 64 years. The community of Carmelites who live, work and pray on this beautiful, 26-acre campus have a lineage that extends back 225 years. Founded in 1790 in Charles County, this site was the first community of religious women in the 13 colonies. Baltimore Carmel is celebrating their 225th anniversary with a number of events throughout the year, including a seminar that Sr. Constance Fitzgerald will co-lead next month. We discuss the contemplative life of the Carmelites, and how they balance the values of solitude and personal reflection with the values of community and engagement with the wider world.
Dolora Zajick Chats About Her Debut This Week in Dialogues of the Carmelites at Washington National Opera By Susan Dormady Eisenberg THE BLOG 02/20/2015 09:37 am ET | Updated Apr 22, 2015
Honorees Exemplify Mercy’s Six Core Values Spirit Magazine, Fall 2015 Page 8 – Print PDF
A Life of Intimacy with God: Carmelite Commemorate 225 Years Catholic Review Oct 23, 2014. (2014 Catholic Review Article Print PDF)
Hidden Maryland: All Work and All Prayer at Baltimore Carmel Baltimore Sun, July 14, 2013 By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun
2013 Inside the Carmelite Monastery (Video) Baltimore Sun
America’s First Monastery: The Carmelites in Maryland (1790) Patheos.com July 27, 2012 by Pat McNamara from Mcnamara’s Blog: musings of a Catholic Church historian in Queen’s New York
Carmelite nun takes circuitous path to final vows Oct 11 2007, Catholic Review
Reinventing Contemplative Life by Kathleen Feeley, SSND America Magazine January 3, 2005
Prayer for a world in pain – Carmelites: A contemplative order of Catholic nuns in Towson is devoted to applying spiritual balm to modern woes Baltimore Sun December 24, 2003|By Frank Langfitt
In the Quiet of the Cloister, Prayers to Make a Difference By Carol Krucoff December 19, 1983 Washington Post