Msgr. Sean G. Ogle, Pastor

23-25 Newtown Avenue

Astoria, NY 11102

phone: (718) 278-1834

fax: (718) 278-0998

email: church@mountcarmelastoria.org

 

 

 

 

 

To make a donation to Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish, please place your donation in the weekly collection at Mass, or mail it to:

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

23-25 Newtown Avenue

Astoria, NY 11102

Office Hours

Monday thru Friday
9:30am-12noon / 1pm-8:30pm

Saturday 9am-12noon
The office is closed on Sunday

In case of emergency dial our beeper number
(917) 487-0035

 

Welcome to our Website

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“WHEN WE GIVE, WE SHARE THE LIGHT OF FAITH”
Here is a video of Msgr. Sean G. Ogle, Pastor at one of the masses on Sunday, March 16, 2014 requesting the continuing generosity of the parishioners of Our Lady of Mount Carmel during the 2014 ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL.

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Sunday Night at the Movies

 
 
 

Catholic approach to Alzheimer’s disease

Saturday Faith Fellowship

Remembering Jesus

Catholic approach to Alzheimer’s disease

This inspiring and insightful DVD series hosted by Dr. Vincent Fortanasce and Fr. Roger Landry, goes beyond a medical analysis of Alzheimer and other dementias, and gets people to see the person behind the disease. A must see for everyone, it presents many helpful ideas on what dementia is, and how to best care for those who have it, or to take better care of our mental and physical health to avoid dementia, or to greatly reduce the risk of getting it.

May 10:  Alzheimer’s disease, the great 21st Century epidemic

Do I have Alzheimer’s & god’s Hormonal Symphony?

May 17:  preventing Alzheimer’s

D.e.a.r. program, harmonic diet, Alzheimer’s diet, menus, medications and supplements

May 31:  exercise brawn builds brains

Accentuating the brain’s reserve, Neurobics

June 7:  stress, forgiveness and healing

Sleep, prayer – graceamine

June 14:  Alzheimer’s and spirituality

Alzheimer’s begins in childhood

June 24:  Alzheimer’s and the caregiver

Alzheimer’s disease and euthanasia

Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon

Location: Parish Institute - Lourdes Room

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Attn: Bernadette

 
 
 

OUR LADY OF NUBE

On New Year’s Day, 2014, we celebrated Mass in honor of Nuestra Sra de la Nube, a devotion which comes to us from Ecuador. Our Committee organized by Klever Rodriguez has been recognizing Our Lady of the Cloud annually since 2009. Over 510 parishioners attended the Mass, procession and reception in the Parish Institute.

Our main celebrant was native Ecuadorian, Father Angel Jimenez, Parochial Vicar at Corpus Christi Woodside; concelebrating was OLMC Pastor, Msgr. Sean G. Ogle, V.F.  There were two deacons: Deacon Manuel Barahona of OLMC and another native Ecuadorian, Deacon Juan Zhagnay, who’s also from Corpus Christi Woodside. Here are some pictures. 

The devotion originated in 1696, 85 years after the Archbishop of Quito blessed the miraculous statue of Our Lady of Good Success in 1611. This is the story of the miracle of Our Lady of the Cloud.

In 1696, the Bishop of Quito became quite ill. The people of a village on the outskirts of Quito, decided to organize a novena to the Blessed Mother asking for his recovery. A procession to the Cathedral in Quito was formed and on their return back, the Chaplain who was leading the Rosary saw a figure forming in a cloud.

The Blessed Mother appeared standing on a cloud.

She wore a crown over a long white veil and in her                   

left hand she carried her Divine Son. She was

dressed in a white silk tunic that draped to her feet.

Here is a picture of our statute which has a permanent

place in our lower Church.

This apparition was viewed by over 500 people at that time and lasted the length of a Glory Be, one Our Father and one Hail Mary. Testimonies are conserved in the Archives of the Quito Archdiocese. The Bishop was immediately healed in confirmation of this miracle and lived a few more years.

This devotion has spread to the United States through immigrants from Ecuador in Chicago and New York where annual festivities take place on January 1.

For all pictures, please go to the Photo Gallery which are courtesy of Msgr. Ogle.

 
 
 
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