The organizations of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Historic Catholic Church of Denver are the embodiment of our parish community. They are where regular people learn and teach, get help and give help, and demonstrate their faith as active members of the community.

You are invited to join with the individuals of these organizations in helping make our community a better place to live. Included with the name of each organization we have included a short description to give you a basic idea of what that organization does. If you would like, you can then contact the person who is listed under the organization’s name.

Men’s Club

Members of the Mt. Carmel Men’s Club realize that being a good Christian has to do with how you live and what you give each day of your life. Click here to learn more. 

Secular Order

The order of Secular Servants of Mary is made up of laymen and women from all walks of life. This is not a club or a parish organization. It is a religious vocation. As a branch of a religious order, a Secular Servant
of Mary has:

  1. A rule of life
  2. A postulancy (a period of probation for prospective members)
  3. A habit (religious garb, the black scapular of our Sorrowful mother)
  4. A novitiate (first year of membership during which a members vocation is tested)
  5. A profession (A formal promise of lifelong membership received in the name of the church by a properly delegated priest)
  6. A daily pray obligation
  7. Properly authorized superiors
  8. A common life by means of holy hours, retreats in common, outreach acts of mercy, charity, ect. and social gatherings.

To become a Secular Servant of Mary, interested individuals begin by visiting a Secular Order community. After a period of inquiry of three to six months, individuals can request admission into the initial formation program, generally of one year, that will prepare them to make the promise as a Secular Servant of Mary. This process introduces the candidates to the Secular Order’s rules of life, the history of the Order and the principles of lay spirituality. Making the promise, the Secular Servants of Mary promise to live their baptismal consecration using the Order’s spirituality as their guide. To be considered for candidacy in the Order of Secular Servants of Mary, one must be at least eighteen years of age, a participating catholic in good standing, and willing to commit to the “rule of Life” for life.

Interested people are invited to Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel church each First Saturday of the month at eight o’clock (8:00am). A social and business meeting of the Mount Carmel community follows Mass and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

Contact: Father Weber at 303-455-0447

Liturgy Commission

Including Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers

The Saint Vincent DePaul Society

The St. Vincent de Paul Society helps the poor and those in temporary need within our parish boundaries. This help may come in the form of food, rental or utility support, prescription assistance, spiritual guidance or simply lending an ear.

You can donate to The Saint Vincent DePaul Society via our online donation system here. 

The Saint Vincent DePaul Society of Denver can be located here.


The choir meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


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Altar Servers

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Altar and Rosary Society

The Altar & Rosary Society of Mount Carmel began in 1939. The primary function of the Society is to foster the spiritual, financial, and charitable well-being of the Parish. We currently have over 120 members. Click here for more information.

Mt Carmel Alumni

Did you attend the Mt. Carmel school? Connect with other Alums here! 

Italian Classes and Organizations

Want to learn more about our Italian heritage or learn Italian cooking or language? Click here to learn more about the classes we offer.