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  1) Next Meeting: Advent dinner, 12/18, Antonio's Trattoria.

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Upcoming Events
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1/4-1/5 - All-Night Eucharistic Vigil,
 Holy Innocents
1/5 - Witness for Life, Old St. Patrick's

Each Sunday- Latin Vespers, Holy Innocents
For details, click links above or see below.


12/18: Advent Dinner

Antonio's Trattoria

2370 Belmont Ave (@ Crescent Ave), the Bronx

Directions from OLMC-E. Harlem:

If you're interested in attending, contact:



1/4 - 1/5: All Night Vigil for First Friday & First Saturday


 Church of the Holy Innocents
37th Street between Broadway and Seventh Ave

On First Friday, a Solemn Mass for the Feast of the Sacred Heart will be celebrated at 6 P.M. at the 
Church of the Holy Innocents in Manhattan (37th Street between Broadway and Seventh Avenue).

The Mass begins the usual First Friday and First Saturday All Night Vigil in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

There will also be Stations of the Cross, Solemn Vespers and Compline, communal recitation of the Rosary, a Eucharistic Procession, and Confessions.

The Friday Night Mass and Divine Office and the Saturday Morning Mass will be celebrated according to the 1962 liturgical books. Service leaflets with the Latin and English texts will be available.  Refreshments will be served twice during the night in the Church Hall.

The All Night Vigil is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus in cooperation between 
Agnus Dei Council, No. 12361,
and Holy Innocent's 
Regina Coeli Council, No. 423. 



  1/5 (Saturday), 8am: Witness for Life
Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral 


Come to all or part of the morning.  


Sponsored by the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants


   The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (8am) begins our day.  Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament follows, then people can either remain in the Church to adore our Lord or attend the rosary procession to the local abortion clinic (2 blocks away - Planned Parenthood).

  Upon return from the clinic (approx 10:15am) we will have Benediction followed by a social (complete with coffee and donuts) with a short (10 mins) presentation by the Sisters of Life.  You will hear of concrete ways to be of service, as Co-Workers, helping vulnerable pregnant women that are currently being served by the Sisters.




11/6 (Wednesday): Requiem Mass for the Deceased Members of the Agnus Dei Council

11/8 - 11/10 (Friday-Sunday): Men's Silent Retreat

With Fr. Perricone, in Sloatsburg NY.
To RSVP, contact Dan Marengo:


Pontifical Mass (E.F.) for Blessed Karl of Austria

 Church of the Holy Innocents
37th Street between Broadway and Seventh Ave

Celebrant: His Excellency, the Most Reverend Bishop
Don Teodoro de Faria
Bishop Emeritus of Funchal, Madeira Islands, Portugal
Promoter of Blessed Karl's Cause

Fr. George Rutler, Homilist

Conference after Mass in Church Hall

Sponsored by Agnus Dei & Regina Coeli Councils

Communion Breakfast

The 96th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima
Between May 13 and October 13, 1917
three Portuguese children received apparitions
of Our Lady at Cova da Ira near Fatima

10am Mass in the Extraordinary Form
Breakfast follows the Mass

Following Mass, we will have 2 speakers discussing their personal miracles:
1) Related to Pope John Paul II and the day of his assassination attempt
2) A miracle of a young girl at the Fatima Shrine

Location: Shrine of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
448 E. 116th st.
E. Harlem

Tickets: $7 per person (12 & under free) in advance
$10 day of event.

For tickets contact:
Richard Janniello
(917) 680-5628

James DeSilva (845) 519-7636


The Agnus Dei Council meets twice monthly at 

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel,
448 E. 116th St.
East Harlem, Manhattan


Catholic Men interested in joining
the Agnus Dei Council may contact


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Father Michael McGivney
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