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**Reminder Next General Feast meeting is this Wednesday 4/26 at 8pm in the Lower Hall** only 74 days to go!!! #nola #italy #giglio #boat #summer #brooklyn #williamsburg

Buona Pasqua! Happy Easter! 79 Days till the feast! #happyeaster #Buonapasqua #summer2017 #summer2017 #summer #boat #giglio #italy #nola

Last nights St Joseph's feast table! Special thanks to the Addeo Family!

Tonight! Is the first General feast meeting! In the OLMC Lower Hall at 8pm. St Joseph's feast table donated by the Addeo Family. Only 96 days till the feast! #williamsburg #summer2017 #summer #boat #giglio #Italy #nola #brooklyn

Due to the forecasted snow storm, we are canceling the first general feast meeting on Wednesday night. It will now be Thursday March 30th at 8pm.

The St Joseph's Feast Table donated by The Addeo Family will also be held on that night.

Only 125 days till the feast!! We are excited to release the 2017 OLMC Feast trailer! Link in bio!!!
#brooklyn #italy #giglio #feast #williamsburg #oldworldtradition #125days #summer #summer2017 #boat #turk

***FIRST GENERAL FEAST MEETING*** Wednesday March 15th at 8pm In the OLMC Lower Hall.
St Joseph's Feast Table sponsored by The Addeo Family

Only 141 days till feast 2017!!!

Today officially marks the first day for our new pastor Msgr Jamie Gigantiello. Many longtime OLMC parishioners will remember Msgr Jamie from his days as a seminarian here at OLMC in 1993-1994. We welcome him back as he comes to us from St. Bernard's parish in Mill Basin, Brooklyn. His first official mass will be Sunday February 26th at 11am.

We would like to thank everyone for attending Msgr. Calise's final mass at OLMC! We wish Msgr Calise the best of luck at his new parishes!

For the last 9 years Msgr Joseph Calise has been the Pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the moderator of our great feast. It has been an honor to have him as a leader and caretaker of our historic tradition and parish. He has overseen almost a decade of changes in our feast and Italian neighborhood, and we are grateful for his dedication to our feast and community. We wish him the best of luck as he moves to the nearby parishes of Transfiguration and of St. Stanislaus Kostka in Maspeth, Queens. THANK YOU MSGR CALISE!!! His final mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, will be next sunday January 29th at 11am. All are welcome to attend.

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