We have begun learning a new setting of the ordinaryparts of the Holy Mass. The “ordinary parts” are thoseparts commonly used and that do not change from one Mass to another. For example, the prayers the priest prays on behalf of the congregation change from Mass to Mass. However, things like the Kyrie, the Gloria, the Creed (which can also be chanted instead of recited), the Sanctus (Holy, holy), and the Agnus Dei are consistent. These are examples of the ordinary parts. Our parishioner and seminarian, Deacon Jerome Krug, anticipates ordination to the priesthood this summer. His First Solemn Mass will be here on Sunday, June 30, at the 10:30 am Mass. As part of his planning for that Mass he has asked us to use the new setting we are now learning. This setting is…Read More
Totus Tuus, Youth Summer Program, Monday-Friday, June 24-28, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (Grades 1-6)
Totus Tuus, Youth Summer Program, is Sunday-Thursday, June 23-27, 6:30-9 p.m. (Grades 7-12)
Thursday, April 18 - Holy Thursday - 7 p.m.
Friday, April 19
3 p.m. - Stations of the Cross
7 p.m. - Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion - 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 20 - Holy Saturday/Easter Vigil - 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 21 - Easter Sunday - Mass times: 8 a.m.; 10:30 a.m.; 1 p.m. (Espanol)
Stations of the Cross
Friday, April 19 - 3 p.m. - Church
Friday, April 19 - 4 p.m. (outdoor live stations in Spanish)
Safe Haven Weekend is March 30-31. “Equipping the Family, Safeguarding Children.” This awareness effort is meant to draw our attention as a community to the seriousness of the issues of pornography and to recommit ourselves to take steps to ensure our homes are save havens for all.Read More
The next Surviving Divorce Class begins March 30. Classes are every Saturday from 9 to 11 A.M. at St. Monica Catholic Church. The class will run for 14 weeks.
Space is limited. Register on our website at: https://www.stmonica-edmond.org/divorce-ministryRead More
Served by the Knights of Columbus on Fridays of Lent, in the Parish Hall at 6 p.m.
Prayer. Asceticism. Brotherhood. Exodus 90 is a 90-day spiritual exercise for Catholic men, for the renewal of the Church.
In a life that is chock-full of distractions and temptations, Exodus 90 is a means of growing in the holiness and freedom offered to us in Christ. It employs the time-tested Catholic disciplines of asceticism and prayer in the context of fraternity.
Runs from Jan. 21, 2019 to Easter Sunday.Read More
If you want a better understanding of our faith, and a deeper relationship with God, then you should join us for The Bible Timeline Study, beginning Sunday, Jan. 6. By being a part of this study, you will not only benefit personally, but you will also help to bring about a profound renewal in our parish as we all grow closer to Christ.Read More
I want to make you aware of two opportunities for the grant of an indulgence. These grants come with two traditional practices of our Catholic culture. I try to give attention to many such practices that have been lost over the last decades and to make us aware of them. I do this because our faith and its practice is not a sterile laboratory within the church walls. It impacts the whole of our lives and touches upon many aspects of life, extending itself well beyond the ritual of the Holy Mass. The Marian antiphon we chant seasonally is one such example of instructing us in Catholic culture. The recent Rorate Mass of Advent is another example. The blessing of the bambinelli, Epiphany chalk, etc…Read More
Quiero darles a conocer dos oportunidades para obtener una indulgencia. Éstas oportunidades se dan con dos prácticas tradicionales de nuestra cultura Católica. Yo intento dar atención a muchas prácticas que se han perdido a lo largo de las últimas décadas y hacérlas de su conocimiento. Hágo esto porque nuestra fé y su práctica no es un laboratorio estéril dentro de las paredes de la iglesia. Éstas impactan nuestra vida entera y tocan muchos aspectos de la vida, extendiéndose mucho más allá del ritual de la Santa Misa. La antífona Mariana que cantamos cada temporada es un ejémplo de ésta instrucción para nosotros en está cultura Católica. La reciente Misa de Rorate de Adviento es otro ejémplo. La bendición de los Niños Dios, el gis de la Epifanía, etc…Read More
If you want a better understanding of our faith, and a deeper relationship with God, then you should join us for The Bible Timeline Study, beginning Sunday, Jan. 6. By being a part of this study, you will not only benefit personally, but you will also help to bring about a profound renewal in our parish as we all grow closer to Christ…Read More
Please consider stepping up and taking one of those openings of most urgent need: Sunday's at 9:00 a.m. and Monday's at 4:00 a.m.
Adoration is the willing submission of self to the Lord, an expression of love and appreciation for all He is and all He has done for us…Read More
Una costumbre del Tercer Domingo de Adviento (Domingo Gaudete) es la bendición de los bambinelli. "Bambinelli" es una palabra italiana que se refiere a la figura del Niño Jesús en los juegos de natividad de tu casa. Se alienta a los feligreses a traer la figurita del Niño Jesús desde sus escenas de natividad a cualquier Misa en el Tercer Domingo de Adviento. Una vez que concluya cada Misa, permanezca en la iglesia y el sacerdote volverá para conducir la bendición de los bambinelli.Read More