Tuesday, September 04, 2018

All-Night Vigil with Two EF Masses at Our Lady of Mt Carmel in NYC, Sept. 14-15

On Friday, September 14, and Saturday, September 15, the Pontifical Shrine of Our Lady of Mt Carmel in Manhattan, NYC, will hold an All-Night Vigil of Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament.  All are invited to join in prayer for the many necessities and intentions offered and placed before Our Lord present in the Blessed Sacrament, especially in reparation for the victims of sexual abuse by members of the Church, for the healing and purification of the Church. September 14th is also the eleventh annivsary of the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, and the faithful are invited to prayer in thanksgiving Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI permission to every priest to offer the Mass, Divine Office and Sacraments in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite without restriction.

As noted in the schedule below, Mass for the Exaltation of the Cross on Sept. 14, will be sung at 7:30 pm, that of the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary on Sept. 14 at 5:00 am. The church is located at 448 E. 116th St.

Preliminary Schedule
Friday, September 14
6:00 pm - Angelus
6:15 pm - Recitation of the Holy Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet
6:45 pm - Stations of the Cross and Confessions
7:30 pm - Sung Mass in the Extraordinary Form
8:30 pm - Chanting of the Te Deum
9:15 pm - Talk on the Virgin Mary by Ricardo Saludo from the Archdiocese of Manila

After the talk, there will be Exposition, moments of silent adoration and vocal prayers

Saturday, September 15

Midnight - Angelus and the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary
12:45 am - First Break, silent Adoration
1:30 am- Prayers to the Holy Black Nazarene and Our Lady of Caysaysay, followed by the Recitation of the Holy Rosary
2:00 am - Silent Adoration
3:00 am - Divine Mercy Chaplet
3:15 am - Second break, silent Adoration
4:30 am - Procession with and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament
5:00 am - Sung Mass in the Extraordinary Form

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