Blessed Mother Sodality

Open of all women and girls of St. Monica parish

What's New:


April 19, 2011

Welcome to a whole new experience!  St. Monica Parish website joins the 21st century with a whole new website for you to enjoy.  Coming soon-- you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter, learn what is happening in the parish this week and connect in a whole new way with your faith!  God Bless you!

Current News:

September 11, 2011

We remember, we will never forget!

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What do you stand for?

Have you ever thought about the power of having a purpose? Everyone needs something that gets them moving in the morning, keeps them going through the day, and makes them continue to work toward a goal. Take some time to think about the activities you are involved in and how they relate to your personal purpose. For the activities that don't serve your purpose, ask yourself why you continue with them. Perhaps you need to reevaluate your commitments and renew your conviction toward your purpose.

The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Members are Catholic who are intensely bent on living the interior life deeply and vigorously.  A member is zealous for the salvation and sanctification of souls, working for them in every kind of apostolate and corporal work of mercy.  She may be found visiting the sick in nursing homes or the hospital.  She attends wakes, especially those of Sodality members and attends their funerals.
She possesses a deep, sincere and consecrated devotedness to the Blessed Virgin Mary, her Queen, Advocate and Mother and shows it by striving to imitate her splendid virtues; places all her confidence in her and leads others to love and serve her.

She sees value, personal and apostolic, of the following rules and lets them shape her way of life and living.  She is a frequent and even daily attendee at Mass and Holy Communion and Days of Recollection.  She attends meetings when possible and volunteers to take active part in the programs of charitable and apostolic action.  She is careful of her Sodality's good name and seeks to obtain new members for its ranks and is one, in short, who strives to live the Christian way of life as fully as she can.

            Pope Benedict the XIV wrote about the Sodality, “It is impossible to over-estimate the wonderful amount of good effected by this pious and praiseworthy association among persons of every rank and class”
It’s impossible to tell how much this organization can help young people.
By being a member of a Sodality, a person receives many extra graces for all the prayers and good works that
she performs.
By being a member of a Sodality, a person is helped by others to be good and to do good.
By being a member of a Sodality, a person makes for herself truly good and faithful friends who all have the most important things in common. These kind of friends last.
By being a member of a Sodality, a person has frequent occasion for good fun with good people.


If you think you would like to join Contact Fr. Mark Kunigonis at the rectory at 215-334-4170.


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