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Fast and Abstinence:

            Rules of Fast:

        The laws of fast apply to persons between the ages of twenty-one and fifty-nine. On a fast day, one may eat only one full meal and two light meatless meals, which together would not equal the main meal. Meat may be taken only at the principal meal, except on days of complete abstinence. Liquids such as water, milk, and fruit juices may be taken between meals.

            Rules of Abstinence:

        The laws of abstinence apply to everyone seven years of age and over. On a day of complete abstinence no meat, meat gravy, or soup made from meat may be taken. On a day of partial abstinence meat may be taken once.

        Traditional Days of Fast:

    All the days of Lent up till noon on Holy Saturday; the Ember Days; and the Vigils of Pentecost, the Immaculate Conception, Christmas, and All Saints.

        Traditional Days of Complete Abstinence:

    Every Friday of the year, Ash Wednesday, Holy Saturday (until noon), the Vigils of All Saints, the Immaculate Conception, and Christmas.

        Traditional Days of Partial Abstinence:

    Ember Wednesdays and Saturdays and the Vigil of Pentecost.

        Local Custom in the USA:

    In many places in the United States before Vatican II, it was customary to dispense from the fast on St. Patrick's Day (March 17) and from abstinence on the Friday following Thanksgiving.


Masses at 11:00 A.M.


Purgatorial Society:

 Requiem Mass


        Once a month a Requiem Low Mass is offered for the Faithful departed enrolled in the OLQM Purgatorial Society. 


Fatima 2017


Queenship of Mary


Holy Week Book

The Holy Week Book

 The Complete Offices in Latin and English

by Rev. Fernand Cabrol      

 This veritable handbook of the Roman Liturgy for the so-called "Great Week" or Holy Week, commemorating the chief historical events in the Christian narrative of the redemptive passion and death of Jesus Christ, consolidates the "unreconstructed" liturgical texts from the Roman Missal and Roman Breviary from before the reforms of the early 1950s. Abbot Cabrol, an early 20th-century liturgist, renders the liturgical texts in the vernacular with notable grace and clarity, while his historical and theological commentaries add context and meaning to these most venerable and antiquated of all rites within the Roman Catholic liturgy. 

Holy Week - Hard Cover

        About the author 

    Abbot Cabrol (1855–1937) made his vows as a Benedictine in 1877 at Solesmes, was ordained a priest in 1882, and served as Prior there beginning in 1890. In 1896 he became the first Prior of St. Michael's in Farnborough, England, a daughter house of the Solemses Abbey, and, when the former was raised to an Abbey in 1903, Cabrol became its first Abbot. He authored some dozen books on the liturgy and liturgical history, and his research and study in France, Italy, Switzerland, and Germany contributed to La Paleógraphie Musicale. He was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 1920 for his work witht he Red Cross during World War I.


Boy's Camp 2017

Knights of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Boys’ Camp 2017

Games Challenge 11

July 17th to 21st 


Please register at http://www.olqmfraser.org/site/contact_us.php by June 25th.

Fill out all fields, and in the Comments box, please state Boys Camp and list the names and ages of the boys who will be attending.


 The required Release Form is due by July 2nd. For the Release Form, click on the link at the bottom of this announcement.

To participate, the Release Form MUST be turned in by July 2nd.

Please click here to print the Boys Camp 2017 Release Form  

Please send it back no later than July 2nd, 2017.