learn, live, love through Jesus.

  • Well, Bless My Pets

    Pet Blessing Integrated into Disciple Development Plan

    On Saturday, 8 October, St. Monica belatedly celebrated the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with the traditional pet blessing. All school Mass has been celebrated on the actual Feast, 4 October, with a recitation of the Prayer of St. Francis after communion.

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  • Neighborhood Cheer

    As is an SMS tradition, all of our students lined our property line on Lake View Avenue to cheer on our friends at Dominican High School as they started their fund raising walk through the area.

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  • Jr. High Service Tuesdays

    Once a month the Jr. High students participate in a service morning after Mass.  Some students go to the Gathering to serve food to the homeless, others help with babysitting for parish members taking part in Compass. 

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  • Ugandan Visitors Make a Stop at St. Monica School


    At our School Mass on Tuesday, 20 September, St. Monica School had the opportunity to welcome and pray with Father John Bosco and parishioner Margaret from Our Lady, Queen of Apostles parish in Uganda.

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  • Well, Bless My Pets

    Pet Blessing Integrated into Disciple Development Plan

    On Saturday, 8 October, St. Monica belatedly celebrated the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with the traditional pet blessing. All school Mass has been celebrated on the actual Feast, 4 October, with a recitation of the Prayer of St. Francis after communion.

    Learn more

  • Neighborhood Cheer

    As is an SMS tradition, all of our students lined our property line on Lake View Avenue to cheer on our friends at Dominican High School as they started their fund raising walk through the area.

    Learn more

  • Jr. High Service Tuesdays

    Once a month the Jr. High students participate in a service morning after Mass.  Some students go to the Gathering to serve food to the homeless, others help with babysitting for parish members taking part in Compass. 

    Learn more

  • Ugandan Visitors Make a Stop at St. Monica School


    At our School Mass on Tuesday, 20 September, St. Monica School had the opportunity to welcome and pray with Father John Bosco and parishioner Margaret from Our Lady, Queen of Apostles parish in Uganda.

    Learn more

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We Are Called

The theme for our 2016-2017 school year is “We are called”. This call to discipleship is integrated into our daily lives at St. Monica. We feel that with all that is going on in the world, it is more imperative than ever to answer the call. We are called as people of faith to lead by example. We need to truly live the golden rule and answer the call to be Disciples of Christ. If we answer the call, we will begin to start treating everyone we encounter as children of God. We will begin to be leaders for modeling respect, care and love towards all.

We want to engage our children in conversations about what it means to be called. We will be intentionally integrating this theme into everything we do at St. Monica. We will be gathering throughout the year as a school community to discuss what it means to be called. We will also be living it experientially through our Discipleship Development Program, which is our community outreach program. It is time to be bold and answer the call. The St. Monica community has the potential to be a leader in the change that we hope to see in the world.