Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church
1919 54th Street Kenosha, WI. + Phone: 262-652-7660 + Fax:262-652-2542
|Weekly Mass Schedule|
|Monday ,Wednesday, Thursday Friday|
|7:20 am Rosary|
|7:45 am Morning Prayer|
|8:00 am Mass|
|12:00 pm to 5:30 pm Adoration
5:30 pm Benediction
|5:45 pm Mass follows Benediction|
|4:00 pm (Mass of Anticipation)|
|Sunday - Holy Mass of Obligation|
|7:00 am Mass|
|10:00 am Mass|
|12:00 pm Latin Mass|
|Weekly Confession Schedule|
|5:00 pm Confession|
|Before the Masses|
|As much as possible, confession will be offered before most Masses|
|Also Available Upon Request|
|please call 262-652-7660|
Parish Office Hours : 9am to 2pm
Monday through Thursday -closed Friday
Welcome to the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel website! In June of 2011 we welcomed our new priests, Fr. Dwight Campbell, S.T.D. and Fr. Ben Reese, S.T.D. (Cand.). They both share pastoral responsibility in the parish as an "in solidum" team, with Fr. Campbell as the Moderator of the team. Both are founders of a new society of diocesan priests called The Apostles of Jesus Christ Priest & Victim. Information on the society can be found at their website.
We are a Christ-centered faith community that believes in Jesus’ love for all people, so hospitality is one of our core values. We are working hard to have a vibrant parish community that can offer something for everyone. We are in the midst of an exciting time. Please take a few minutes to look at our programs and even better come and pray with us some weekend. Our Bishops write, “The parish is where the Church lives. Parishes are communities of faith, of action, and of hope. They are where the gospel is proclaimed and celebrated, where believers are formed and sent to renew the earth. Parishes are the home of the Christian community; they are the heart of our Church. Parishes are the place where God's people meet Jesus in word and sacrament and come in touch with the source of the Church's life.” Communities of Salt and Light: Reflections on the Social Mission of the Parish, 1993.
Archbishop Listecki has asked that all parishes include on their websites a link called "Archdiocese Clergy Abuse Claims & Information"
If you have any questions about Mt. Carmel, the Catholic Church, or the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, let us help you. Please send the parish office an email, or contact us at 262-652-7660. Have a blessed day!
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