Newsletter #12

Dear Friends and Benefactors,                                               8/21/19 The Immaculate Heart of Mary was prefigured by the burning bush seen by Moses on Mount Horeb.  As Saint John Eudes explains, first we should consider that the…

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Newsletter #11

Dear Friends and Benefactors, In my previous Newsletters #4, 6 and 9 I have spoken to you about the great plan of Our Lady of Fatima: the plan of mercy, the plan of might and the plan of grace. From among those who cooperate in these plans of Our Blessed Mother, the faithful Servants and…

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Newsletter #10

Dear Faithful, “Ask, and it shall be given you:  seek, and you shall find:  knock, and it shall be opened to you.” (Saint Matthew 7:7).  The friends of God should never be discouraged when the Almighty seems to rebuke them or ignore their petitions.  Any apparent delay from God allows his servants to practice greater…

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Newsletter #9

Dear friends and benefactors, In my last Newsletter had invited you to meditate on Our Lady of Fatima’s “plan of Might” – to fight against errors. (Through Traditional Preachers). The realization of this plan of might needs divine grace in abundance, and for this purpose Our Lady has come out with Her Plan of grace!…

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Holy Souls 2019

 All Saints Nov 1st Feast day of all the Saints of Holy Mother Church;

A Holy Day of Obligation

The Feast of All Saint on November 1 is the day Christians honor the memory of the multitude of saints without their own feast day, who now enjoy the vision of God for all eternity.

All Souls Day Nov 2nd Day

A day set aside to pray for the Poor Souls in Purgatory

On November 2, All Souls Day, the Church reminds us of the need to pray for those who have died and are now being purified, so that they may attain the beatific vision of God. The month of November all masses are dedicated to the Souls in Purgatory; especially those whose names have been placed on the altar.

Send names to be placed on the altar of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Boston Kentucky to:

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Mass Schedule Nov. 16-17th

Nov 14, 2019

Augusta, NJ
Sunday November 17, Mass at 1pm
15 Losey Road
Augusta, NJ 07822
Chapel Coordinator: Mendez Family (973-459-6486)

Colts Neck, NJ
Sunday November 17, Mass at 6pm
36 Rimwood Lane
Colts Neck, NJ 07722
Chapel Coordinator: OLMC (502-286-0777)

Fr. Poisson will be offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in MA and CT this weekend.

The schedule is as follows:

1) MA:
Date: Nov 16 (Saturday)
Location: 46 Chase Ave, Dudley, MA
Confessions: 1:30pm
Mass: 2:00pm
Refreshments: Coffee will be available. Please bring a food item, dessert and beverage to share.
Parking: Street parking is available.

2) CT:
Date: Nov 17 (Sunday)
Location: 16 Senga Road, Norwalk, CT 06854
Confessions: 8:30am
Mass: 9:00am
Refreshments: If you are able, please bring a breakfast/brunch item and a beverage to share.
Parking: Street parking is available.

a) Please let us know if you will attend Mass in MA or CT by Wednesday Nov 13th, so we can plan accordingly.
b) Please let us know if you need a ride to Mass in CT by Wednesday Nov 13th.

If you have any questions, kindly email at

If there is any change in schedule, an update will be sent via email. Hope to see you at Mass.


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Boston Kentucky Retreats and Activities 2019

Retreats 2019 (1)

Women’s Ingnatian Retreats

  • September 23rd-28th 2019

Men’s Ingnatian Retreats

  • September 30th- October 5th 2019
Contact:  Pablo the Mexican

Our Lady of Mount Carmel
1730 N. Stillwell Rd.
Boston, KY 40107

General Contact 

  • Fr Joseph Pfeiffer
  • Fr. Pancras
  • Fr. Poisson


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Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre

"We have to build, while the others are demolishing. The crumbled citadels have to be rebuilt, the bastions of Faith have to be reconstructed; firstly the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass of all times, which forms saints; then our chapels, monasteries, our large families, our enterprises faithful to the social politics of the Church, our politicians determined to make the politics of Jesus Christ - this is a whole fiber of Christian social life, Christian customs, Christian reflexes, which we have to restore."