Special Announcements

See complete announcements in the weekly bulletin (PDF or web page version.)

PARISH CHOIR IN NEED - the parish choir is desparately in need of male tenors to join immediately to fill unforseen vacancies. Needed now to prep for Lent and Easter. Please make the committment and come on Wed. from 7-9 pm in room 300, give John Netzel at call 953-0816.

VIGIL LIGHTS - Please don’t bring your own candles to burn in the votive candle racks! When non-standard candles are used, they are more apt to overheat and crack the glass holder.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR PHONE NUMBER? Please inform the parish secretary so that the parish list can be kept as accurate as possible. Thank you.

DRESS CODE FOR MAIN BUILDING – You are asked to make the consistent effort to observe the dress code in the building. Women and girls, dresses that cover the knee and appropriate top (if need be, carry an extra wraparound dress in the car to use when needed). Men and boys, no shorts or tank tops (carry a pair of sweat pants or the like in the car to use when needed).

WARNING – For the sake of safety and security, some outlying areas of the Mount have been designated “No Trespassing”zones. Mind the signs and stay away. If someone doesn’t, the sheriff will be called and we will have to press charges against the trespasser.

HOLY ROSARY CEMETERY – Remember that our cemetery is a sacred place, and was solemnly consecrated by the Bishop (in 1993). Only those who are practicing traditional Catholics are permitted to be buried in the section that was consecrated. When visiting the cemetery, always conduct yourself in a reverent and prayerful spirit.

SUNDAY SERMONS AVAILABLE ON CD – Would you like an audio copy of a recent sermon? Order forms are available in the vestibule.

Upcoming Events

April 4  First Friday
April 5 April 5 Morning of Recollection for Confraternity of Christian Mothers, usual monthly meetings  for Knights of the Altar & Young Ladies’ Sodalities after 8 a.m. Mass and meditation
April 12 Monthly Meeting for Confraternity of Mary Immaculate Queen after 8 a.m.
 Mass, Room 226
April
13-20
Holy Week
April 20 Easter Sunday
April 26 Annual School Auction – 4-9 p.m.
May 1 St. Joseph the Worker
May 3 First Holy Communion – 8 a.m.
May 10 Nathan Lightner – Alissa Johnson wedding – 12:30 p.m.
July 
22-25
Knights of the Altar Boys Camp in Colorado (consult flyer for more information)
 





FATIMA CONFERENCE RECORDINGS and a Photo CD may now be ordered online. Also see the Fatima Conference Photo Slideshow at the CMRI.org website.

Restore and Preserve Our Historic Landmark: Efforts to restore our beautiful building in preparation for Mount St. Michael’s 100th anniversary are underway, as the aging church and academy facility is badly in need of repair. Online donations are also welcome.

The “DONATE” link above and to the right is an easy way you can make tax-deductible donations for Mass stipends, flowers for Christmas and Easter, St. Anthony’s Poor Box, Rosary/Scapular Apostolate, Storm Window Project, etc. You may specify the purpose of the donation in the message box. Secure Server, Visa/Mastercard.

REV. FR. MICHAEL OSWALT Ordained a priest in the modern Catholic Church in 2008, Fr. Oswalt soon came to see that not only were his orders invalid, but that his Church was not truly the Catholic Church. He came to Mount St. Michael in January 2010 to prepare for his ordination according to the traditional Catholic rite, which took place on June 29. View his online interview (2009)
Also available: Feb. 2010 Talk at Mount St. Michael (CD)
“Reclaiming a Hijacked Priesthood: One Man’s Story” (CD)

Welcome to the Mount

Solemn High Mass in St. Michael's ChurchSt. Michael’s Parish is located at Mount St. Michael, a beautiful Tudor-Gothic structure high on a bluff overlooking northern Spokane. The building, which was constructed in 1916, served as a Jesuit scholasticate until 1968. Today Mount St. Michael continues to fulfill its mission as an educational and religious center. Maintained by the priests, Brothers and Sisters of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (see CMRI’s web site), it serves a variety of needs for Spokane area Catholics who value the traditional teachings and liturgy of their Faith. The east wing serves as a cloistered residence for the religious Sisters. The west wing houses church offices, a religious gift shop with hundreds of traditional Catholic books and religious goods, and a private academy for students from kindergarten through high school. A beautifully-adorned chapel located on the second floor serves as the parish church.

At St. Michael’s Parish, the liturgy is celebrated according to the traditional Latin Rite of the Catholic Church. We have remained faithful to the traditional Mass not out of nostalgia, stubbornness or “disobedience,” but out of heartfelt love for the Catholic Faith.

The traditional Latin Mass is a perfect expression of the unchanging and unchangeable Catholic teaching on the nature of the Mass and the Holy Eucharist. In Catholic theology, the Mass is the renewal and application to our daily lives of the greatest act of worship, the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ. Holy Mass reminds us of our duty to our Creator. In the Mass we join with the perfect Sacrifice Jesus offered to His Eternal Father on Calvary. The Mount’s lovely chapel provides a marvelous setting for the celebration of the sacred liturgy. (Newcomers, please read more...)


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