Adult Convert Catechism Instructions

A Complete Catechism Course from Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

A Complete Catechism Course from Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Dear Catechumen,

Several things will be necessary for you to complete this course and become a Catholic.

  1. You will need a copy of the Bible. If you do not have a copy of the Douay-Rheims edition, please purchase one, or else you can find one on line at this website: http://www.drbo.org/
  2. You will need a copy of the Baltimore Catechism, specifically the The New St. Joseph Baltimore Catechism, Official Revised Edition, Explained by Fr. Bennet, C.P. The lessons are taken from this edition, and I even make comment on the drawings within it.
  3. You will need to contact a priest, with whom you can meet on a fairly regular basis. When you have mastered about five lessons, and memorized the prayers which go with the lessons, set an appointment with the parish priest to test your knowledge.
  4. You will need certain sacramentals, such as a rosary, a crucifix, a miraculous medal, etc. These can probably be obtained at your parish, on line, or at a local Catholic bookstore. It is important that they be blessed.
  5. The lessons are broken into small segments so that in your busy schedule you can at least do one a day. These may be downloaded from our website, and put on whichever device you prefer, and listened to in the car or wherever you prefer.
  6. With each lesson there is a prayer to be memorized and a habit to be acquired. When I say acquired, I mean making a good attempt to do it on a daily or regular basis, as will be made clear.
  7. If you have any questions about what you have heard or read, jot them down, and ask the priest. It is important that these be answered as best as possible, and as soon as possible.
  8. Lastly, at one point in the instructions you will be asked to begin the habit of daily reading of some spiritual work. Here are three which you should purchase:
    • The King of the Golden City, by Mother Mary Loyola.
    • The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas a Kempis.
    • The Introduction to the Devout Life, by St. Francis de Sales.These are by no means the only spiritual works, but they will give you a good start.

    Try to read the King of the Golden City first.

Audio Catechism

The talks are named in order by number

Invitation from the Music Director

“Be ye doers of the word and not just hearers.” These words of Our Lord should ring in every Catholic’s ears. When we participate at Mass this is one way to be doers of the word. An even greater way is to sing, either as a parish or in the choir. In comparison to the doers and hearers are the music listeners and the music makers. Music listeners are people who hear the works and recordings of others and are satisfied with that; music makers are people who sing but not just once in a while. The music makers dedicate their lives to song, even if that’s not their job. They don’t let life’s little circumstances get in the way of making music, they sing and offer it up to the glory of God. It seems pretty obvious that God wants us to be music makers, if not as a choir member then certainly as a parishioner.

The choir is looking for new members! Please consider joining us. Contact our music director, Rick Wheeler at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Sunday Bulletin December 10, 2017

OLMC12.10_.2017_.pdf

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The Eight Beatitudes

Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

A Series of Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Beatitudes Sermon 1

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Beatitudes Sermon 2

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Beatitudes Sermon 3

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Beatitudes Sermon 4

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Beatitudes Sermon 5

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Beatitudes Sermon 6

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Beatitudes Sermon 7

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Beatitudes Sermon 8

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Beatitudes Sermon 9

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Beatitudes Sermon 10

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Sunday Bulletin December 3, 2017

OLMC12.03_.2017_.pdf

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December Calendar

December_Calendar.pdf

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Sunday Bulletin November 26, 2017

OLMC11.26_.2017_.pdf

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Dies Irae - Requiem High Mass.

​From All Souls Day High Mass - Part of Victoria Requiem Mass for 4 voices.

Credo quod Redemptor - Requiem High Mass

​From All Souls Day High Mass - Part of Victoria Requiem Mass for 4 voices.

Sunday Bulletin November 19, 2017

OLMC11.19_.2017_.pdf

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Sunday Bulletin November 12, 2017

OLMC11.12_.2017_.pdf

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Pictures from the High Mass of All Souls Day

The Requiem Mass, III

The_Requiem_Mass,_III.pdf

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Interview with Bp. Bruskewitz on the Reformation

Interview_with_Bp_Bruskewitz.pdf

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The Requiem Mass, II

The_Requiem_Mass,_II.pdf

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The Requiem Mass, I

The_Requiem_Mass,_I_1.pdf

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On Confederate Monuments

On_Confederate_Monuments.pdf

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Teresianum Academy

Teresianum_Academy.pdf

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On the Divine Will Devotions, IV

On_the_Divine_Will_Devotions,_IV.pdf

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On a Father’s Silence at Gettysburg

On_a_Fathers_Silence_at_Gettysberg.pdf

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New Testament Sermons

Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

A Series of Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Pentecost Sunday 2017

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Feast of the Holy Trinity 2017

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Feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel 2017

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Characters of the Old Testament, Part II

A Series of Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

A Series of Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Balaam I

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Balaam II

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Balaam III

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Crossing the Jordan River I

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Crossing the Jordan River II

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The Temple of Solomon and the Mercy of God

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Saul

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The Contradiction of Core I

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The Contradiction of Core II

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The Contradiction of Core III

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The Contradiction of Core IV

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Israel in Canaan, I

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Israel in Canaan, II

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Israel in Canaan, III

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Pictures from Priestly Ordinations of the FSSP in Lincoln, Nebraska

​View OLMC Google Photo Album. March 26, 2017. Archbishop Prendergast of Ottowa, Canada ordained seven priests for the FSSP at the North American Martyrs Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE.

O Filii et Filiae as performed by the OLMC choir at the Easter Vigil Mass April 2017

On the Divine Will Devotions, III

On_the_Divine_Will_Devotions,_III.pdf

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Pictures and Video from the Triduum including the Easter Vigil

4/14/2017 - 4/16/17

*Updated 4/22

Pictures from Office of Tenabrae - Office of Holy Thursday

Pictures from the Solemn High Mass of Maundy Thursday

Pictures from Good Friday - Mass of the Presanctified

* Pictures from the Easter Vigil - Solemn High Mass

#1) Video from Office of Tenabrae Matins and Lauds of Holy Saturday (4/14/2017 7pm).

#2) Video of the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ as performed on Good Friday.

Office of Tenabrae - Office of Holy Thursday

Recorded 4/12/2017

​Recorded by Steve Cunningham. Posted to You Tube Sensus Fidelium.

Characters of the Old Testament, Part I

A Series of Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

A Series of Sermons by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Abraham I

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Abraham II

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Abraham III

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Sara I

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Sara II

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Noah's Ark

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Esau I

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Esau II

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Jacob I

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Jacob II

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Jacob III

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Jacob IV

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Samson

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The Ten Plagues

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Pictures from the High Mass of Ash Wednesday

On the Divine Will Devotions, II

On_the_Divine_Will_Devotions,_II.pdf

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On the Divine Will Devotions, I

On_the_Divine_Will_Devotions,_I.pdf

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Catholic Liturgical Music History Conference

by Rick Wheeler

Catholic Liturgical Music History Conference Notes

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The Forty Hours Devotion

The_40_Hours_Devotion.pdf

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capital

How to donate to the Capital Campaign

How to donate to the Capital Campaign

Faith Direct is the innovative solution that allows you to support our parish using electronic funds transfer from either a bank account or credit/debit card. You may donate to the Parish Hall Capital Campaign via Faith Direct.

Click here to donate to the Capital Campaign via OLMC Faith Direct

Donating by Check or Mail

If you would like to donate via mail, you can make checks payable to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, and mail them to:

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
5620 S. Hickory Circle
Littleton, CO 80120


Letter from Fr. Jackson on our Capital Campaign

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The Seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost - Introduction to the Gifts

The First Part in a Series of Conferences by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Conference_1_Seeing_the_Other_Side.MP3

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Conference_2_Creation.MP3

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Conference_3_We_Will_Need_Gifts.MP3

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Conference_4_The_Heart_of_Wisdom.MP3

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Conference_5_Keeping_the_Sails_Unfurled.MP3

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The Seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost - The Gifts

​The Second Part in a Series of Conferences by Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Conference_6_Understanding_I.MP3

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Conference_7_Understanding_II.MP3

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Conference_8_Wisdom.MP3

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Conference_9_Counsel_I.MP3

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Conference_10_Counsel_II.MP3

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Conference_11_Fortitude_I.MP3

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Conference_12_Fortitude_II.MP3

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Conference_13_Knowledge_I.MP3

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Conference_14_Knowledge_II.MP3

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Conference_15_Piety_I.MP3

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Conference_16_Piety_II.MP3

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Conference_17_Fear_of_the_Lord_I1.MP3

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Conference_18_Fear_of_the_Lord_II.MP3

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Giving

You can support our parish using online or traditional methods.

Electronic Giving via Faith Direct

Faith Direct is the innovative solution that allows you to support our parish using electronic funds transfer from either a bank account or credit/debit card. You may donate to the Weekly Offertory Fund and to the Parish Hall Capital Campaign via Faith Direct.

Click here to donate to OLMC via Faith Direct

Donating by Check or Mail

If you are a registered parishioner, you will receive donation envelopes via USPS mail. If you have not registered and would still like to donate via mail, you can make checks payable to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, and mail them to:

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
5620 S. Hickory Circle
Littleton, CO 80120

Parish Registration Form

Register to become a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

If you would like to register as a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, please fill out the Parish Registration form below and submit it to us either in person, via fax at (303) 222-1576, or via e-mail to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Parish Registration Form

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On Scrupulosity

Notes on scrupulosity and how to overcome it

Below is some guidance concerning scrupulosity. Additional guidance from Fr. Doyle can be found at fatherdoyle.com here: https://fatherdoyle.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/scruples-and-their-treatment.pdf

On Scrupulosity

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SCHOLA CANTORUM & CHOIR

Let them sing songs of praise. --St James 5:13


Welcome to the choir page at Our Lady of Mt Carmel, this is not just an “information” about the choir and it’s activities, but we have music for you to use; quite literally hundreds of scores, “the treasures of the church”, as many have described it. Just click on the music category below and to the left and our “cloud” based music is available to download. To get to the Chants for the Church year click on “Gregorian” below, then scroll down the new page to “Liber Usualis” and then “Proper of the Time”. The music is then categorized by season.

Chapel Master - Rick Wheeler
Head Organist - John Murgel
Associate Organist - Sam Dawson
Associate Organist - Kelly Keeny
Soprano Section Leader - Amedee Royer
Tenor Section Leader - Jonathan Arrington

We at OLMC believe that to copyright certain church treasures, such as Gregorian Chant, is no different than the selling of indulgences, therefore all our Gregorian Chant is Copyright free and the entire Sundays and major holidays are now at your fingertips. Therefore, download them, use them, post them online (only give us a little credit for the editing efforts, please) and contact us if you wish to request more scores or if you have an idea for our website. Join us on Flocknote for the most up-to-date announcements and information. Contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

The OLMC music staff and volunteers have made every effort to be certain not to post copyrighted materials, should you discover what you believe to be copyrighted material we’ll make every effort to confirm that discovery and if the score is found to still be in copyright it will be immediately removed.

Our calendar will have up to date announcements about high masses, and choir and Schola Cantorum rehearsals.

Home Page

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church

A parish in the Archdiocese of Denver located just south of Denver in Littleton, Colorado.
Established in 2009 by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP).

Contact

Our parish contact information

Pastor

- Rev. James W. Jackson, FSSP

Parochial Vicars

- Rev. Caleb Kick, FSSP

Rectory & Mailing Address

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
5620 S. Hickory Circle
Littleton, CO 80120
P: (303) 703-8538

Contacts

Secretary - .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Music Director - .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Webmaster (Technical issues with website) - .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Church Street Address

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
5612 S. Hickory Street
Littleton, CO 80120

About

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel is a personal parish of the Archdiocese of Denver, erected in July 2009 to provide spiritual and pastoral care to those Catholics who desire to worship using the liturgical books in force in 1962

About Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel is a personal parish of the Archdiocese of Denver, erected in July 2009 to provide spiritual and pastoral care to those Catholics who desire to worship using the liturgical books in force in 1962. Devotion to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel dates back to the 13th Century when according to Carmelite tradition, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Simon Stock and gave him the Brown Scapular. The Brown Scapular is worn by many Catholic faithful as a sign of love and devotion for the Mother of God.

About the FSSP

Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri (FSSP) is the Latin Name of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter. The FSSP is a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right founded with the approval of Pope Saint John Paul II in 1988. The Fraternity was established for the formation and sanctification of priests in the framework of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (Tridentine Latin Mass) and their pastoral deployment in the service of the Church. The FSSP functions under the auspices of and in complete union with His Holiness Pope Francis.

Parish Organizations

We are home to a diverse range of parish activities

Altar and Rosary Society

The Altar and Rosary Society is an organization of women who foster and spread devotion to the Holy Rosary, maintain the cleanliness of the church sanctuary, wash and iron altar linens, and arrange flowers for the altar. We meet on the first Saturday of the month beginning with the Holy Mass at 8:30 a.m.

Choir and Schola

Please visit the OLMC Choir page for more information and to listen to hymns sung by our choir.

The choir is looking for new members! Please consider joining us. Contact our music director, Rick Wheeler at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

“Be ye doers of the word and not just hearers.” These words of Our Lord should ring in every Catholic’s ears. When we participate at Mass this is one way to be doers of the word. An even greater way is to sing, either asn the choir. In comparison to the doers and hearers are the music listeners and the music makers. Music listeners are people who hear the works and recordings of others and are satisfied with that; music makers are people who sing but not just once in a while. The music makers dedicate their lives to song, even if that’s not their job. They don’t let life’s little circumstances get in the way of making music, they sing and offer it up to the glory of God. It seems pretty obvious that God wants us to be music makers, if not as a choir member then certainly as a parishioner.

Daughters of Our Lady of Grace

Daughters of Our Lady of Grace is group for girls ages 6 - 18 years. We meet every third Saturday of the month from 8:15 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. We attend Holy Mass, pray the Holy Rosary, enjoy a tea-party, develop our singing skills, and spend time learning a domestic, homemaking skill.

Holy Name Society

The Holy Name Society is an organization of men striving to grow in holiness. The group is open to all men of the parish over the age of 18. We meet on the second Saturday of the month beginning with Holy Mass at 8:30 a.m., then recitation of the Holy Rosary, followed by breakfast and a spiritual talk in the parish hall.

Knights of Columbus

As faithful Catholics, we are called to be salt and light in this material world. As traditional Catholics within the Church Universal, we are some times called, in charity, to bring more illumination and flavor to our fellow Catholics. Pope Benedict XVI is showing us the way. Let us join with him in spreading the message within the Knights of Columbus.

For more information see the parish bulletin or contact the parish secretary.

Legion of Mary

Meets every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m in parish hall.

OLMC Homeschoolers

We are a group of homeschool families who come together to share with and support one another spiritually and socially as we strive to educate our children in the home. We meet every First Friday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass for a spiritual talk, confessions and social activities.

For more information see the parish bulletin or contact the parish secretary.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Federation of North American Explorers Group

The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Federation of North American Explorers Group is excited to be bringing the Explorer program of Venerable Father Jacques Sevin to the Front Range!

OLMC FNE Group is the first Federation of North American Explorers group in Colorado. FNE is the North American Branch of the FSE (Union Internationale des Guides et Scouts d’Europe – Fédération du Scoutisme Européen). FSE, founded in 1956, is a Lay Association of the Faithful of Pontifical Right and can be found in the Vatican’s official Directory of International Associations of the Faithful.

We have separate programs for boys and girls. The boys’ and girls’ programs are further broken down by age:
Otters: 6-7
Timber Wolves: 8-11
Explorers 12-16
Wayfarers: 17-24

Please contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more details or visit our website: http://www.olmcexplorers.org.

St. Anne’s Quilters

St. Anne’s Quilters is a group of quilters who make baby quilts for the new mothers of our parish. We teach beginning quilters how to quilt, and help quilters of all experience levels with their quilting projects. We donate quilted items to the Altar & Rosary Society Craft and Bake Sale every December. We meet the second Saturdays of the month.

FNE Join Night

The Natural Law III

Feast of O.L. of Mt. Carmel, 2016

The Natural Law II

The Natural Law, I

On Mexican Immigration VI

On Mexican Immigration V

On Mexican Immigration IV

Fr. Jackson’s Sermon, April 24, 2016

On Mexican Immigration III

Pictures from the Solemn High Mass of the Easter Vigil March 26th, 2016

On Mexican Immigration II

On Mexican Immigration I

Getting Along with the Pope VIII

Getting Along with the Pope VII

Getting Along with the Pope VI

Getting Along with the Pope V

Getting Along with the Pope IV

Getting Along with the Pope III

Getting along with the Pope- II

A Litany for the Holy Father

Video of OLMC Choir performing “Ave Maria”

“Ave Maria” by Robert Parsons performed by the OLMC choir during the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, July 16, 2015

OLMC Choir - Selections of our Gregorian Chant from the High Mass

Here are some selections of our Gregorian Chant from the High Mass:

Wedding_-_Kyriale_-_Sanctus.mp3

Wedding_-_Communion_Hymns_-_Panis_Angelicus.mp3

Wedding_-_Communion_Hymns_-_Jesu_Rex_Admirabilis.mp3

Proprium_Gradual_-_verb.mp3

Proprium_Introit_t-_verb.mp3

Note if you are using Internet Explorer and wish to save the download file to your computer, right click on the audio file and then choose “Save Target As” from the menu. If you are using Google Chrome, right click on the file name and choose “Save Link As”:

Listen to “Jesu_Rex_Admirabilis” online using the player below. Choir recorded at OLMC during a Wedding Mass.

On Getting along with the Pope

Novena for the new Parish Hall

On Fr. Gruner VII

On Fr. Gruner VI

Bishop Gerber

Fr. Gruner V

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Federation of North American Explorers Group

Response to Lineamenta

Audio Files

First, please read this introduction from Fr. Jackson:

Instruction_Introduction.pdf

Please Note: if you are using Internet Explorer and wish to save the download file to your computer, right click on the audio file and then choose “Save Target As” from the menu. If you are using Google Chrome, right click on the file name and choose “Save Link As”:

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On Fr. Gruner IV

On Fr. Gruner III

Ratzinger Bulletin Insert

On Fr. Gruner II

On Fr. Gruner I

Novena for the Chapel

On War to the Knife

Our Lady, Undoer of Knots

The Healing of Families IV

The Healing of Families III

Litany of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

The Healing of Families II

Sermon on the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost

On Boundaries, Complete Document

The Healing of Families I

Fourth Sunday After Easter Sermon

On DSM 5, II

On DSM 5, I

On Criticizing Tolkien III

On Criticizing Tolkien II

On Criticizing Tolkien I

Praying the Rosary III

Universal Call to the Apostolate

On Praying the Rosary II