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Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish

From the look of this picture, the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish structure has the shape of a house-like pentagon, but it has adjoining structures blocked by trees that make its form more complicated. It has a small blue cross on top. On its front wall are the statues depicting Mary as Queen of Heaven, in brown and goldtone clothing carrying baby Jesus in pink. Mary is standing on and surrounded by a cloud-like stone ornament mounted on the maroon central part of the front wall. Around this maroon wall are blue glass windows. On the ground level are brown wooden doors and a fountain inside the black iron and gray concrete fence of the church.

Also known as: N/A

Address: Road 8 cor. Road 2, Project 6, Quezon City [View Map]

Telephone: (02) 8927-5496

Fax: (02) 3455-7718

Pastor: Rev. Fr. Arnel F. Recinto

Office Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 8:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm–6:00pm

Mass Schedule

Monday-Friday: 6:00am 6:00pm

Saturday: 6:00am

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 6:00pm

Sunday morning: 6:00am 7:15am 8:30am 9:45am 12:00pm

Sunday afternoon: 3:30pm 4:45pm 6:00pm 7:15pm 8:30pm

Sacraments

Baptism: Sunday 11:00am

Confession: Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 5:30pm-6:00pm

Confirmation: once a year every January 16

Anointing of the Sick: by appointment

Matrimony: by appointment

Novenas and Devotions

San Lorenzo Ruiz and San Nicolas de Tolentino: Monday before 6:00am and 6:00pm masses

San Antonio de Padua and Our Lady of Health: Tuesday before 6:00am and 6:00pm masses

Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Wednesday before 6:00am and 6:00pm masses

Prayer for Vocation to the Priesthood and Religious Life: Thursday before 6:00am and 6:00pm masses

Sacred Heart of Jesus: Friday before 6:00am and 6:00pm masses

Our Lady of Mount Carmel and San Pedro Calungsod: Saturday before 6:00am and 6:00pm masses

Photo Gallery

The sanctuary of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish has several colors. At the center is a crucifix that looks like brown or red; I cannot tell due to lighting effects. On its back is a red wall, with light that seems to be coming from the back of the crucifix. Two large red curtains flank the crucifix. In this crucifix, Jesus is depicted to be awake with uplifted head and looking straight in front. Above the crucifix is a white oval surrounded by goldtone decorations with letters JHS on it, and what looks like a dove above the JHS. The dome of the ceiling has a blue sky and white clouds painted on it. The altar is mainly green and white marble and draped with a white cloth. The lectern on the left is brown with goldtone decorations and has an emboss of white book and torch in front. A smaller lectern is on the right, half the width of the one on the left, and also has goldtone decorations. Two green pillars with goldtone capitals flank the sanctuary area.The tabernacle of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish is a large sun-like goldtone disc with letters JHS embossed on it, and with sunrays-like projection emanating from it. It is mounted on a green marble section of the wall and surrounded by what appears to be a light brown curtain. It has a small table draped with white cloth and a small two-step staircase in front of it. It is also flanked by goldtone and brown stands, each with a bouquet of white flowers on top.A three-dimensional mural of the Sacred Heart of Jesus shows Jesus in white clothing with white and pink rays emanating from his chest. The mural is enclosed in a brown wooden frame with glass and decorated with curly goldtone and white decorations that look like vines.The back of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish as seen from the inside. On the upper part is a large balcony occupying the entire width of the church. The balcony is mainly white, with an alternating pattern of circles and curly goldtone decorations. On the back are rectangular windows made of several glass panes. On the lower part are two rows of pews, a large close wooden door at the center, and two large open doors on the sides.The side of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish structure has dark gray walls. It also has beige house-like pentagon protrusions that divide the ground floor and serves as a cover to the pathway adjacent to the doors. Above these protrusions on the wall are glass pane windows depicting what seems to be different saints, but it is not clear from this photograph who they are.


Published on February 22, 2020 under categories: Parish Churches.


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