Philippine Carmelite family holds medical mission


More than 100 indigent patients were served in the recently conducted medical mission of the Philippine Carmelite Family in Metro Manila.
Last February 19, 2017, the Philippine Carmelite Family together with the Inner Wheel Club of Quezon City, volunteer doctors, and the Bagong Silang Community of the Carmelite Sisters of the Holy Trinity, conducted a medical mission at the CHT novitiate house, catering to indigent patients in the area.
The patients had free consultation, free medicines and vitamins, and a session with the magnetic resonance analyzer courtesy of the Donum Dei Missionaries. 
The medical mission is a project of the Carmelite Family Core Group (CFCG). The core group heading the project were Sis. Nini Jorge, OCDS, Sis. Gigi Baula, OCDS, Dr. Mariecor Maglaya, OCDS, and Br. Leo Nebril, OCarm.
The medicines were provided by Unilab, PHAP Cares, Hizon Lab, and Msgr. Noli Que. Aside from Dr. Maglaya, Dr. Windalyn Samolde also volunteered her time for the project. 

The Philippine Carmelite Family is a gathering of religious groups, congregations and communities that embraces Carmelite spirituality and way of life. 
The current active communities are the Order of Discalced Carmelites, Order of Carmelites, Carmelite Missionaries, Teresian Carmelite Missionaries, Institute of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Carmelite Sisters of Our Lady, Carmelite Missionary Sisters of St. Therese of the Child Jesus, Carmelite Sisters of the Holy Trinity, Congregation of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Donum Dei Missionary Family, Notre Dame de Vie, Order of Discalced Carmelites Secular, and the Third Order Carmelites.


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