February 17, 2019
  • Events

    Blessing of the Throat

    The candles blessed during Candlemas were used for a special blessing of throats during Mass on Sunday, Feb. 3, the memorial of St. Blaise. St. Blaise saved the life of a boy who was choking [...]
  • Events

    Candlemas Celebration

    Today the Church celebrates the feast of the Presentation of the Lord which occurs forty days after the birth of Jesus and is also known as Candlemas day, at OLMC it was celebrated yesterday evening. [...]
  • Events

    HNS Feast celebration and Induction

    Last night the Holy Name Society celebrated the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. 5 new members were inducted and officers were sworn in. Fellowship and dinner was held afterwards in the parish [...]
  • Photos

    Christmas Eve family Mass

    Gathered as a community of faith, we celebrate the birth of our savior Jesus Christ! Children participated in the Christmas reenactment as Father Miguel Briseño said the message of Christmas this year is truly about [...]
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    The Eighth Posada

    Participants journeyed thru the neighborhood as Mary and Joseph did from Nazareth to Bethlehem. “Forgive us God and help us walk with Mary and Joseph, and to struggle with and triumph over all adversity. We [...]
  • Advent

    1st posada of the season

    Participants walk through the church grounds for the novenario start of the Posadas on Sunday evening. Las Posadas is a Christmas tradition celebrating the Nine Days of La Posada, or The Lodging, leading up to [...]
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    Misa celebrando la Virgen de Guadalupe

    Celebrando la fiesta de la Virgen Morena con una procesión y Misa. 10 nuevos miembros fueron presentados a las Guadalupanas. Que Viva la Virgen de Guadalupe!

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La Misión de San Antonio de Ysleta del Sur / Our Lady of Mount Carmel, in the Roman Catholic Diocese of El Paso, is a community of God’s people that have been lead by Franciscans, Jesuits and Diocesans since the foundation of the Parish in 1682.

We are a diverse community of believers brought together in the person of Jesus Christ, committed to live the Gospel, evangelize, and being good stewards of our faith.

Being a Eucharistic Community, we are committed to provide ministries and outreach that address the corporal and spiritual needs of the community.

Being disciples of Jesus Christ and moved by the Holy Spirit, we use our time, talents and treasures to promote the Gospel of the Lord.

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