Inspired by the life and example of Mother Veronica, the Carmelite sisters reach out to the people, particularly the youth through education and faith formation in schools, colleges, welfare centres, etc. by employing formal and non-formal techniques.

KUWAIT (Centrally Governed House)

As the Catholic population among the expatriates was growing due to the oil boom, the Bishop of Kuwait, the late Msgr. Victor San Miguel O.C.D. felt the need of a Catholic school run by Sisters who would also take charge of Catecheses in the Parish. So, the A.C. foundation was opened on March 27th, 1969.

The Sisters are engaged in school, imparting an all round education with emphasis on spiritual and moral values. They run a Co-Ed school from K.G. to Std. Xll.

Community Service: The basic goals of the Apostolic Carmel Sisters are - living the Carmelite spirit of solitude, prayer and communion with God. Current apostolates of the Sisters include Teaching of Catechism for senior Children in Salmiya chapel and Our Lady of Arabia Church Arabia, teaching Catechism for children receiving First Holy Communion and Confirmation in the Cathedral, visiting patients in homes and hospitals, teaching Moral Science in Carmel School, Carmel Blossoms - Providing orientation for novices who like to join the religious order, teaching Catechism for maids working in the school, providing guidance and counseling to maids, couples & singles, attending BCC meetings in 3 different zones having 14 units.

See Document: The Desert Experience…a Carmelite Commitment