|May 22-24||Minor Litanies. Rogation Procession will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 22, followed by Rogation High Mass|
|May 24||Academy May Day Procession to Grotto; Seniors last day of school|
|May 25||ASCENSION THURSDAY – Holyday of Obligation. Masses at 6 & 10:30 a.m., 5 p.m. No School|
|May 26||No school for St. Michael’s Academy|
|May 26 - June 4||Annual Solemn Novena in preparation for the Feast of Pentecost. Novena prayers will be led daily after Mass|
|May 27||Confirmation Class #2 at 9:15 a.m., Room 226; Rosary Path Work Party|
|May 29||Memorial Day – Prayers at the Cemetery for deceased veterans following the 8 a.m. Mass. No school for St. Michael’s Academy|
|May 31||Feast of Queenship B.V.M. –
High Mass at 8:30 a.m., Renewal of Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary following
|June 2||First Friday – Mass at 8:30 a.m. Bishop’s Mass at 6 p.m., followed by Confirmation. This is also the last day of school. It will dismiss in the later morning, when the End of the School Year program concludes|
|June 3||Pledge to the Sacred Heart. Graduation and Commencement|
|June 4||Vigil of Pentecost, Day of Fast (ages 21-59) and Partial Abstinence (7 yrs. & older) First Saturday Mass at 8 a.m.; Baccalaureate Mass at 12:30 p.m., beginning with Graduates’ entrance to church and Pledge to the Sacred Heart. Graduation and Commencement Ceremonies follow in parish hall|
Mount St. Michael: Where Tradition Endures
Visitors who come to Mount St. Michael often say they feel as if they have stepped back in time. That is because here at the Mount, not only is the Mass celebrated according to the traditional Latin Rite, but we have remained faithful to all of the teachings of the Catholic Church as they have been passed down through the ages, not out of nostalgia, stubbornness or “disobedience,” but out of love for our holy Faith and for the Papacy.
You are cordially invited to come and visit our beautiful and historic building. The Mount is a sanctuary of peace and prayer and is open to the public during the day. Visit the chapel to say a prayer, light a candle, or spend a few moments in quiet meditation. Browse through our Gift Shop and meet the Sisters in their full-length blue habits. Or call to schedule a tour and a visit to our new Museum to learn about the fascinating history of this magnificent edifice. We look forward to seeing you here!
The Mount Then & Now
Mount St. Michael has been a landmark in the Pacific Northwest for more than eighty years. From 1916 through the early 1980’s, it served as a training facility for candidates for the Catholic priesthood. Even today, it remains a center of religious education in the same traditional Catholic Faith.
Museum & Tours
Mount St. Michael was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. Visitors are welcome Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. To schedule tours for individuals or groups, call (509) 467-0986x100. Donations offered for tours go towards the Preservation & Restoration Fund.
St. Michael’s Academy
St. Michael’s Academy (grades K-12), staffed by priests and Sisters of the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI), offers a unique educational alternative by striving to impart to our student an abiding faith and love of God, respect for themselves and others, and a true love of country.
St. Michael’s Gift Shop
St. Michael's Gift Shop, an outlet of Mary Immaculate Queen Center, has a huge selection of traditional Catholic books and religious items. Staffed by the Sisters, the store is open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday - Friday, and from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturdays. Be sure to stop in and browse on your next visit.
The Mount’s Lourdes grotto was built in the 1920’s by a humble Jesuit lay brother who promised Our Lady that he would build a shrine in her honor if she would cure him of terminal cancer. After two novenas, he was cured, and soon was hard at work transforming the hillside into a beautiful grotto.
For a hundred years, Mount St. Michael has stood on the hill overlooking Spokane, a symbol of faith and hope, and a tribute to the dedication and faith of the city’s earliest settlers. A hundred years is a long time, and this beautiful Tudor-Gothic building is showing its age and is need of expert restoration.