Welcome to St. Monica Church

About Us

St_MonicaWelcome to our parish! St. Monica Church was established on June 29, 1955 by Bishop Joseph H. Albers. Fr. Adolph Nadrach was appointed the pastor on July 2, 1955. Our school began in September 1958 with three grades and has grown through the years, becoming the largest Catholic elementary school in the diocese, with over 500 students. We are an active parish with many members and programs, and welcome all who seek to share and learn more about our wonderful Catholic faith.

Mass Times

Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM , 11:00 AM

and 7:00 PM

Saturday:  5:00 PM

Weekday: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday

8:00 AM

Wednesday & Friday 7:00 AM & 8:00 AM

First Saturday of the month 9:00 AM

 

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Confession

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Recent News

  • Ash WednesdayFebruary 8, 2023 - 1:21 pm

    Ash Wednesday is February 22,2023.  Mass with distribution of Ashes will be at  7:00 am, 8:00 am, 12:10 pm, and 7 pm. There is NO Vigil Mass for Ash Wednesday.

  • AnchoredFebruary 8, 2023 - 1:15 pm

    Anchored :King of My Heart Healing prayer session will be held on Tuesday, February 14, at 7:00 PM in the St. Monica Community Building. All are invited. Click here for details.

  • Lectio Salvation – What Every Catholic Should KnowJuly 6, 2022 - 9:46 am

    It’s not too late to join Deacon Kurt’s Third Monday Class, “Lectio: Salvation – What Every Catholic Should Know”! Check out the flyer for full dates & information. Parishioners can watch all episodes for free om FORMED.org.  Lectio Salvation

  • Eucharistic Mission Talks by Fr. Roger LandryJuly 5, 2022 - 2:06 pm

    The following link will allow you to listen to  Fr. Landry’s talks from our parish Eucharistic Mission. Daring to Do All You Can, Parish Eucharistic Mission, St. Monica’s Parish, Kalamazoo, MI, July 16-19, 2022 – Catholic Preaching

  • OCIASeptember 9, 2020 - 9:08 am

      Interested in discovering Christ through the Catholic Church? OCIA (formerly RCIA) is a  path — of conversion to God and what He intends for us. OCIA is the process by which persons who were never baptized, or were baptized in another Christian tradition, become members of the Church, a people on pilgrimage to our Heavenly […]

Daily Readings

Reading 1 Gn 2:18-25

The LORD God said:
"It is not good for the man to be alone.
I will make a suitable partner for him."
So the LORD God formed out of the ground
various wild animals and variou...
Author: USCCB

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