Who is a member of the Society of the Incarnation? A member of the Society of the Incarnation is an individual who knows the Carmelite Community of the Word and feels an affinity with our charism and the spirituality of the Carmelite tradition as they seek a deeper relationship with God.
Members identify within themselves the relevance of the mission of the Carmelite Community of the Word and believe that membership in the Society of the Incarnation enables them to bring that mission to bear fruit in their lives. Thus they support the ministries of the Carmelite Community of the Word in prayer and action.
The Carmelite Community of the Word supports members of the Society through prayer, enrichment and ministerial opportunities and personal support.
Members of the Society of the Incarnation are: Catholics in good standing and supports the teaching and mandates of the Catholic Church. Women and men of at least 21 years of age, and willing to commit to the formation process for membership in the Society and on-going expectations of participation.
Members of the Society of the Incarnation make a commitment of three years.