We have many Carmelite Saints: the list is continually growing. As soon as anyone reaches the category of Blessed, which they attain before becoming a saint, we can celebrate their feast/memorial in the liturgy. I am taking the liberty of connecting to other sites for the details of the saints.
St Teresa of Jesus (more commonly known as Teresa of Avila) Foundress of the Discalced branch of the Order and the first female doctor of the church.
St John of the Cross Co-founder with Teresa. Doctor of the church.
St Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face ( often known as The little flower or St Teresa) Doctor of the church
St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (also known as Edith Stein)
St Raphael Kalinowski
St Elizabeth of the Trinity
St Miriam of Jesus Crucified (also known as the Little Arab)
St Teresa of the Andes
St Teresa Margaret Redi
St Maravillas of Jesus
The Martyrs of Compiegne 16 Sisters who went to the Guillotine in the French Revolution
Click here for St Teresa
Click here for St John of the Cross
Click here for St Therese
Click here for St Teresa Benedicta
Click here for St Raphael Kalinowski
Click here for St Teresa of the Andes
Click here for St Teresa Margaret Redi
Click here for St Elizabeth of the Trinity
Click here for St Maravillas of Jesus
Click here for St Miriam of Jesus Crucified
Click here for the history of Compiegne and what happened there to the Sisters
Click here for a list of saints and those declared blessed, drawn up by the Calced Carmelites in Ireland. We share a common liturgy with them on a number of these people. There is a short summary of each.