Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of Mary: Clark, Wyoming
The Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Clark, Wyoming was founded by Father Daniel Mary of Jesus Crucified, M. Carm., in 2003. Previously novice master at the Carmelite Hermitage of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Lake Elmo, Minnesota, Father Daniel Mary felt called to found a new monastery in his native Wyoming, in a landscape as harsh and as beautiful as the life known by St. Teresa and fellow Discalced Carmelite founder St. John of the Cross. The location is isolated, surrounded by farmland, rolling prairies and the shadow of Yellowstone's Beartooth Mountains. The community strives to live the authentic, contemplative charism of Carmel as practiced in St. Teresa's strict 16th century regimen, including a revival of the eremitical tradition. They fast, wear sandals on bare feet, sleep on straw and perform up to six hours of manual work a day. Latin is used in the liturgy. The cloistered monks leave the monastery only when there is an explicit permission from the Bishop, for medical needs or other serious reasons.
The monks have been roasting and blending their flavorful coffees since 2007. Sales of coffees, teas, and of their chant CDs support the construction of their new monastery.
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Apr 2, 2022 | By Tyler
Probably the tastiest coffee I have ever had. I am a moderate coffee drinker, but I treat myself (and those around me) each Easter to this blend. Would highly recommend to anyone who likes coffee even a little.
Apr 26, 2021 | By Margaret E.
Enjoyed all coffee purchased. Will be ordering more. Thank you.
Packaging needs work
May 2, 2019 | By Marjorie M.
All off the Monks' coffee is outstanding & the Easter Java is one of our top 6 favs(5 stars for the product). I have deducted 1 star due to horrid packaging. In the brochure they appear to be resealable but they are NOT.
May 3, 2017 | By MaryAnn
I always look forward to receiving items since I know they will be of the highest quality as well as sustaining communities that enrich us just by their prayer and work and entire being! Thank you all.