BUILD . GROW . EXCEL
Giving is at the heart of our stewardship journey. Mount Carmel is planning construction of a new building (Assembly Center) to provide adequate seating for the student body, parents and guests for Masses, assemblies, enrichment activities and ceremonies.
The plan includes renovations of the current gymnasium to include relocation of the existing library and computer lab to create a Research/Technology Center, along with the addition of a science lab to upgrade and expand the science curriculum.
There are many ways to make an offering to the Capital Campaign. All gifts are confidential and will be designated for the Capital Campaign. All gifts are properly recorded, recognized and deposited into a special account to ensure proper fund appropriation. We invite you to prayerfully consider your gift, discuss this with your family, and make your donation by completing the (Capital Campaign Donation Form). Draft payment are an option if you choose by completing a (Draft Form) or click the following link to Donate Online by credit card or checking.
Saint Frances Cabrini, the first naturalized U. S. American citizen to be canonized, established as one of her sixty-four institutions, an orphanage in New Orleans. Some of the elder Sisters of Mount Carmel told of seeing Mother Cabrini, this saintly nun, walking the streets of New Orleans apparently searching forchildren in need of her help.