Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church is a welcoming Eucharistic Community 

seeking to spread the love of Jesus Christ.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm

Mass Times

Daily Mass / Monday through Saturday
8:00am (Chapel)

Thursday Evening Young Adult Mass
6:00pm All are Welcome (Chapel)

Saturday Evening

Sunday Morning
8:00am, 9:45am and 11:15am (Spanish)

Holy Day Vigil Masses
7:00pm in the Church (Spanish)
Holy Days
8:00am (Church) and 7:30pm (Church)

Saturday from 4:00pm to 4:45pm in the Church,
Wednesday from 6:00pm to 6:30pm in the Chapel,
or by appointment

7:00 pm Santa Misa en español en el Templo.
8:00 pm Confesiones en español, después de la misa.

Saint Patrick's Day and the Obligation to Abstain from Eating Meat

The holy Season of Lent is a time of spiritual preparation for the celebration of our Lord's passion, death, and resurrection at Easter, the holiest of days. Through prayer, fasting and works of charity we draw close to the Lord, deepen our faith, and prepare for eternal life.

The obligation of abstinence from meat on Fridays of Lent is an important element of the Church's observance of the penitential nature of this holy season.  However, if you choose not to abstain from meat on March 17th (Saint Patrick's Day), please substitute some other penance, prayer, and work of charity in its place. 

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Holy Hours at the Seminary

Daily Readings

Solemnity of Saint Joseph, spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Reading 1 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16

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Fourth Sunday of Lent

Reading 1 1 Sm 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a

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Saturday of the Third Week of Lent

Reading I Hos 6:1-6

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What does the Catholic Church teach about same-sex attraction and gender identity discordance?  

The Office of Human Life, Family and Bioethics has recently added to our website educational resources and local diocesan support options on Same-Sex Attraction and Gender Identity Discordance. These materials are provided to educate, form, and transform all Catholics seeking clarity, direction, and pastoral care consistent with the beauty of authentic Church teaching on these topics.

Catholic Teaching loves and embraces ALL persons as beloved sons and daughters of God respecting the personal dignity of each person. As in all areas connected to human sexuality, our Faith centers on doing justice to the human person and enabling each person to authentically flourish in freedom according to God's loving plan.



What is the Courage/EnCourage Apostolate?