WELCOME TO THE
Weekend Mass Times
Sundays: 8:00am & 10:00am
Daily Mass Times
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 8:00am
We have coffee and donuts in the Parish Hall after the 10:00am Mass most Sundays
The Nursery is available for children 4 years and under during the 5:30pm Saturday Mass, and the 10:00am Sunday Mass.
Sundays: 7:30-7:55am & 9:30-9:55am
HOLY HOUR/ ADORATION
Every Friday 6:00pm in the Chapel
Begins with Adoration, the Divine Mercy Chaplet, and Benediction.
1st Friday's of the month we will have Adoration from 8:30am - 7:00pm
All are Welcome
Rev. Bryan Brooks, Pastor, Ext. 12
Deacon Larry McFadden
Deacon Nelson Sousa
Deacon Robert DeWeese
Seminarian James Porter (Pastoral Year)
June Benton, Office Manager, Ext. 10
Anne Edwards, Pastoral Care, Ext. 13
Jennifer Merle, Parish Life Coordinator, Ext. 15, email@example.com
Becky Holder, Youth Formation, Ext. 18
Paul Steiner, Facilities Manager, Ext. 16
Alysse Dever, RCIA, 918-728-5188, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Megli, Music Director
Janitorial, Isella Torres
CCD classes are held after the 10:00am Mass.
Y Disciple - High School boys and girls
Saturdays 6:45 - 8:30pm
Y Disciple - Middle School boys and girls
Every other Wednesday, at 6:30 - 8:00pm
For Information on these activities above please contact
Director of Youth Formation
918-744-0023 Ext 18
Sacraments of Healing - Sacraments of Mercy
Church of the Madalene
Saturday, March 25 - Sunday, March 26
Saturday, March 25
2:00pm - 5:15pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
5:30pm - Mass, followed by the Sacraments of the Sick
Sunday, March 26
8:00am & 10:00am - Mass, followed by the Sacrament of the Sick
Sacrament of Reconciliation 30 minutes prior to each Mass
"Are there people sick among you? Let them send for the priests of the church, let the priests pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord. The prayer of faith will save the sick persons, and the Lord will raise them up. If they have committed any sins, their sins will be forgiven. Declare your sins to one another, and pray for one another, that you may find healing." Letter of St. James 5:14-16
3-Day Parish Mission
With Fr. George Knab, O.M.I
Sunday, February 26th:
1:00pm: Beauty of the Earth ( a light lunch served after 10:00am Mass)
Monday, February 27th :
8:00am: Mass, and talk (w/refreshments) The Greatest Commandment (compliments evening talk)
7:00pm: Befriending Our Grief (refreshments after)
Tuesday, February 28th:
8:00am: Mass, and talk (w/refreshments), The Second Greatest Commandment (Compliments evening talk)
7:00pm: Healing of the Nations (refreshments after)
Father George Knab is a priest of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Ordained in 1967, he has been a high school chaplain and chaplain at university hospitals in Indianapolis, Ind. There he was
involved in raising funds for a food storage outreach in Mexico, an experience he found especially
rewarding. After serving as a pastor at parishes in South Carolina and Florida, Father Knab now preaches for Unbound and for the Oblate community.
“The gap between rich and poor is a countersign to the Gospel.
Sponsorship through Unbound is a beautiful way to bridge the gap
and make our religion more credible.”
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Palm Sunday April 9
Mass Times: (Saturday Vigil 5:30pm) 8:00am & 10:00am with Palm procession
Confession is 30 min before all Masses.
Monday April 10
Daily Mass Offered 8:00am
Confession is 6:00pm
Tuesday April 11
Daily Mass Offered 8:00am
No confession here / Chrism Mass at Cathedral 5:30pm
Wednesday April 12
Daily Mass 6:00PM
Holy Thursday April 13
Confession at 5:00pm (up to 7pm)
Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:00pm
Adoration in the Chapel 8:30pm till Midnight.
Good Friday April 14
Confession Time 1:00pm
3:00 Stations of the cross
Confession at 4:00pm
Good Friday Liturgy 7:00pm
Holy Saturday (Easter Vigil) April 15
Confessions begin at 4:00pm
Mass begins 8:00pm (approx.)
Easter Sunday April 16
Mass Times: 8:00am & 10:00am
Confession 30 min before each Mass
In this humble, unafraid, and beautiful new series, Catholics are invited into a more profound and life-giving relationships with the Holy Spirit. Perfect for both individuals and small groups, The Wild Goose reveals the simplicity and mystery of this relationship.
"The Wild Goose was a term that the ancient Celts had for the Holy Spirit...
The Holy Spirit has been given to us not as a possession to be tamed or controlled, but rather as a Person that will lead us to the Heart of God."
~Fr. Dave Pivonka
Click the picture below to register to the web site: formed.org by using the Parish Access Code: ed45b
We will take this 14 episode series and condense down to a 7 week discussion series held at the Madalene. We will begin March 7th at 9:00am and 7:00pm. You watch 2 episodes at home, then once a week on Tuesdays at either 9:00am or 7:00pm. We will meet and discuss them, at which ever time fits best with your schedule. This will take us through the whole Lenten season.
NO THEOLOGY UNCORKED FOR APRIL
We begin at 6:30pm with light refreshments and a brief discussion of the wine provided by Ranch Acres Wine and Spirits. The main presentation starts at 7:15pm and the conclusion by 8:00pm. As always, guests are welcome and childcare will be provided.
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MEN'S PRAYER BREAKFAST
Interested in learning about the Scriptures proclaimed at Sunday Mass? Come and join the Men of the Madalene for a weekly breakfast and study of the Gospel reading for Mass the following Sunday. Guests are welcome.
Thursday Mornings in the Parish Hall
Breakfast - 6:00am
Discussion - 6:30am
Conclusion - 7:15am
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
We are now on Twitter. You can follow us at @madalene_church
for those not on Twitter, text to the numbers "40404" then enter "follow @madalene_church" to receive texts about up and coming events here at the Madalene, Saints of the Day, and devotionals from Fr. Bryan.
Podcast of Theology Uncorked
Bishop David Konderla, "Meet Our New Shepherd" Madalane Theology Uncorked, Jan 12, 2017
Fr. Don Wolf talks on Fr. Stanley Rother at The Madalene's Theology Uncorked
Podcast on Fr. Stanley Rother Courtesy of St. Michael's Catholic Radio
Fr. Jack Gleason on The Jewish Origins of the Eucharist at The Madalene's Theology Uncorked
Podcast on The Jewish Origins of the Eucharist Courtesy of St. Michael's Catholic Radio
Fr. Matthew LaChance on Sacred Architecture at The Madalene's Theology Uncorked
Podcast on The Sacred Architecture Courtesy of St. Michael's Catholic Radio
Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble on Evangelizing Loved ones in the Year of Mercy at The Madalene's Theology UnKegged
Podcast of Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble Courtesy of St. Michael's Catholic Radio
Ran Ortner M.A. Israeli Tour Guide, Teacher and Lecturer at The Madalene's Theology Uncorked
Podcast of Ran Ortner
Deacon Kevin Sartorious on the Catholic Charities Porta Caeli House at The Madalen's Theology Uncorked
2016 Parish Mission
Church of the Madalene
2016 Parish Mission
“The Name of God is Mercy”
With Msgr. Shea
PODCASTS- These talks were given by Msgr James Shea, The President of The University of Mary. All rights reserved. For more information about the University of Mary, please visit: www.cometomary.com
Monsignor James Patrick Shea serves as president of the University of Mary.
Monsignor Shea was inaugurated in 2009 as the sixth president of the university and, at the age of 34, became the youngest college or university president in the United States.
He succeeded Sister Thomas Welder, O.S.B., who had served as president for 31 years.
The oldest of eight children, Monsignor Shea grew up on a dairy and grain farm near Hazelton, North Dakota, just 38 miles from the University of Mary campus. He began his undergraduate work at Jamestown College, majoring in English and history. He then entered the seminary for the Diocese of Bismarck, earning a bachelor's degree and a pontifical master's degree
licentiate) in philosophy at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He studied classical Greek at the University of Texas at Austin and continued at the Vatican's North American College, studying theology at the Gregorian and Lateran
universities in Rome. He has studied management at the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business and is also an alumnus of the Institutes for Higher Education at the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University.
Monsignor Shea has worked with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity at the Gift of Peace AIDS Hospice while teaching religion at two inner-city elementary schools in Washington, D.C. In Rome, he served as chaplain for the Bambino Gesu Children's Hospital and also at the Rome campus of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of Saint Thomas. Following his ordination to the priesthood in 2002, he returned to North Dakota and served as an associate pastor in Bismarck and Mandan. During that time, he was also the chaplain and an instructor at Saint Mary's Central High School in Bismarck. He then served as pastor to parishes in Killdeer and Halliday (North Dakota), while teaching at Trinity High School in Dickinson. Deeply committed to the education and formation of young people, he has been an inspirational teacher and mentor for many students.
Monsignor Shea is a Knight Commander of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. He has served on the National Advisory Council to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Governor's Commission on Education Improvement for the State of North Dakota.