Pastor of St. Monica Catholic Church. Father Weber shares the Word of God and Love of Jesus Christ with each member of the parish.
Father Michael Donald
Senior Associate Pastor of St. Monica Catholic Church. Father Mike shares the Word of God and Love of Jesus Christ with each member of the parish.
St. Monica Deacons
We are blessed to have two Deacons in our parish, Deacon Jim Martin and Carl Sommer. We also have two retired deacons, Deacon Robert Birkenmaier and Deacon Ray Miller.
Our Parish Coordinator, runs the business end of the church, making sure the church operates as intended.
Paid employees of St. Monica
Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, The St. Monica Parish Council will use our passion for God and enthusiasm for our parish to inspire and build our faith community and ministries so that all are living as one in the Body of Christ.
The Administration and Finance Commission works with the stewardship commission for the parish, giving all parishioners an opportunity to share time, talent, and treasure to serve the mission of the Church in the parish, to make recommendations to the council concerning all aspects of parish financial and budget matters, and to be concerned with the maintenance of parish property.
Plans and provides for the spiritual development of each member of the community through liturgical celebrations.
Faith Formation Commission
Develops within the parish an understanding that the community as a whole has the responsibility for promoting the educational mission of the Church.
Christian Service Commission
Reminds us and sets the example that every Christian is called to service and promotes that every parishioner should become involved in actively accepting the responsibility of their baptism.
The St. Monica Stewardship Commission mission is to welcome, nurture and celebrate the Steward within us, who lives the Gospel invitation to share one’s gifts and talents with others.
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