Welcome!

Msgr. Sean G. Ogle, V.F., Pastor

23-25 Newtown Avenue

Astoria, NY 11102

phone: (718) 278-1834

fax: (718) 278-0998

email: church@mountcarmelastoria.org

     

 

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Sunday Schedule

Upper Church:

Saturday:  5:00 pm  English

Sunday:
8:00 am          English
10:00 am        English
11:15 am        English
12:30 pm        Spanish
5:00 pm *        English

* 7:00 pm during summer months from
Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend inclusive

Lower Church:

Sunday:
9:00 am         Italian
10:30am        Czech-Slovak
3:00 pm         Vietnamese

Weekday Schedule

Weekdays Masses in Lower Church:

Monday - Friday:  8am & 12pm*
Saturday:             8am

The Rosary is prayed after each Mass Monday-Saturday

* Wednesday after 12pm Mass:
Novena to Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Jude

Chapel of St. Margaret Mary

9-18 27th Avenue
Astoria, NY  11102
(718) 721-9020

Sunday:  10:15 am   Español

No weekday Masses

 

Catholic School Opportunities in our Area

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Early Childhood and Elementary Catholic Education is alive and well in Long Island City/Astoria/Woodside.  Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church is officially affiliated with St. Joseph Catholic Academy in Long Island City.  Please follow the link to learn more about the programs, registration information and tuition at the Academy.  Pastor, Msgr. Sean G. Ogle, serves on the Board of Members.

As Mother Church of Queens and in celebration of our 173rd anniversary, we celebrated three masses throughout the day.  We concluded the day with an evening Mass in three languages (English, Spanish, Italian) to honor our Patroness, Our Lady of Mount Carmel on July 16, 2014. For our tri-lingual celebration, our main celebrant was Father Joe Pham who has been serving this parish for 32 years! He was assisted by Deacon Ruben Mendez along with lectors Rafael Gomez and Nina Carullo.
The feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel feast was instituted in the 14th century by the Carmelite Order to commemorate the anniversary of the day in 1251 when our Blessed Mother gave the brown scapular to Saint Simon Stock.  The Directory on Popular Piety and the Liturgy 205 states,  “The scapular is a sign of the relationship between the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother and Queen of Mount Carmel and those who entrust themselves to her protection, who have recourse to her maternal intercession, who are mindful of the importance of spiritual life and the need for prayer.”  The Preface for Our Lady of Mount Carmel, “The Blessed Virgin Mary watches unceasingly over the brethren of her Son, and lights us along our pilgrim way to the Mount of your Glory, our beacon of comfort, and the embodiment of all our hopes as members of the Church.” 
Here are a few pictures from the evening mass, courtesy of Neida C. Martinez. Go to the photo gallery for all pictures.