Welcome to Immaculate
Heart of Mary
Monona’s Catholic Community
These are exciting times for Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. We have a growing parish that is committed to fulfilling our mission through faithfulness to Church teaching, evangelization, and preparing our youth to be Catholic Christian leaders in the world.
As stewards of God’s love, we provide numerous opportunities for individuals to use and develop their gifts (time, talent, and treasure) for the greater honor and glory of God.
Enjoy your visit to our website. If you are planning a visit to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, or just passing through Monona, we welcome you to come and pray with us.
Private confessions are available for 30 minutes before every daily Mass and for 40 minutes before every weekend Mass in the church Reconciliation Room.
Making Music, Praying Twice
Making Music, Praying Twice - Monday morning music and rhythm for the youngest members of our parish family, along with parents, grandparents or guardians
Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary
First Day of School for IHM Students
For on the night he was betrayed he himself took bread, and, giving you thanks, he said the blessing, broke the bread and gave it to his disciples, saying: Take this, all of you, and eat of it, for this is my Body, which will be given up for you.
May is a Special Month in the Catholic Church The month of May is a time to revere and honor Mary as the mother of our Lord. On Sunday, May 3, our parish children participated in May Crowning at the 10:15 Mass to honor our Blessed Mother. As the mother of our Lord, she draws […]
Alleluia! He is risen! Did you know? The Catholic Church celebrates the Easter season for 50 days from the resurrection of our Lord to Pentecost, which this year is on May 24. Pentecost occurs 10 days following the ascension of Jesus into heaven. It is the celebration of Jesus sending the Holy Spirit upon the […]
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- Let us allow the love of God to take deep root within us. In so doing, we will be able to give ourselves to others.
- Hospitality in families is a crucial virtue today, especially in situations of great poverty.