Speed Friending: St. Monica Moms

Want to meet new friends and get to know fun and interesting details about the amazing women in our group?

Come Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning to the St. Ambrose building, multi-purpose room, 1st floor, at St. Monica Catholic Church for mix and mingle, "Speed Friending."  

Enjoy treats and play a fun game that gets you moving around the room and chatting with friends. This is a casual time of relaxing community fun.

The evening group will meet on Tuesday, September 17 from 6:30-8:00 p.m.  The daytime group will meet on Wednesday, September 18 from 9:30-11:00 a.m.  

TO RSVP: Please click here, then select YES for Evening Group, MAYBE for Daytime Group, or "No" when you RSVP.  We know this can be a little confusing, but we are trying to limit the amount of e-vites you receive from us.  

The church nursery is available.  Please list the ages of children that need the nursery in the comments section when you RSVP.   

Questions?  Please email us at monicamoms405@gmail.com.  

We can't wait! See you soon!  

From the Pastor / MENSAJE DE NUESTRO PÁRROCO

From the Pastor / MENSAJE DE NUESTRO PÁRROCO

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…

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