Welcome to Saint Monica Parish

Upcoming Events

VIRTUAL CHILDREN’S LITURGY

January 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021

To all parents of young children, click on the title if you would like to access the material for Children’s Liturgy from the St. Andrew Parish’s team.

“CATHOLICISM” VIDEO SERIES BY BISHOP ROBERT BARON via ZOOM

January 1, 2021 – May 13, 2021
7:30 pm

Thursdays at 7:30 pm – begins January 7th.
There will be six sessions before Lent, a pause for a differrent six-week Lenten series, then the final six sessions during the Easter Season.
Click on the title for more details about the program and how to register.

DISCOVERY FAITH STUDY (CCO)

February 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021

Are you looking for a six-part faith study for yourself and a few of your friends? This could be for you.

Click on the title for more information

UPDATE: FIRST COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION

March 3, 2021 – October 31, 2021

Our parish is still waiting to be able to celebrate First Communion and Confirmation for those who prepared during the 2019-2020 school year. We hope to be able to do this in the fall for First Communion and in 2022 for Confirmation. Information will be sent directly from the parish to the parents. Registration for [Read More…]

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2020 INCOME TAX RECEIPTS

Receipts have been mailed out. If you contributed through CanadaHelps, tax receipts will be sent to you directly from this organization.

RSVPify ONLINE RESERVATIONS

We’re online!

We are using RSVPify as our reservation system for our weekend Masses. Click on the title to access the link.

WE ARE NOW SET UP FOR ONLINE DONATIONS!

Click on the home box (the picture of St. Monica Church with the words “Parish Donations”) above for information on how to donate. The parish still has expenses and counts on your support.

THE MASS ON TV AND THE INTERNET

In the absence of being able to attend Mass in person, please find a series of links prepared by the Archdiocese for you to be able can watch Mass from home on your computer or mobile phone.

PASTOR’S DESK – April 18, 2021

God overcomes sin. God overturns the harm caused by sinful human actions, both the accidental and the deliberate. Changed in Christ Each of today‚Äôs readings speaks directly of this reality. Sin ultimately brings death to both the innocent and the guilty. God replaces death with Resurrection, destroying the power of sin. This action of God [Read More…]

Live Webcast

During the shutdown, the live webcast of Sunday Mass will be broadcast to YouTube starting around 10:55 am until approximately 12:15 pm.

Please subscribe to our channel.