Rite of Christian Intiation for ADULTS

Is it time for you to learn more about the Catholic Faith?

RCIA is a weekly program on Sunday mornings for adults who want to better understand the Catholic faith with the goal, if they choose, of becoming fully initiated members. Sessions begin Sunday, September 18 at 9:30am in the Upstairs Cenacle Conf. Room located in the Trinity Building (use Rear Entrance of the Building).

For more information, contact us through the form below.

Coffeehouse Catholics Adult Faith Formation Series

ALL ADULTS OF THE PARISH are welcome to join us in the “Coffeehouse” after the 8:30am Mass beginning in September. This year we are planning to take a deeper dive into the Sacraments and Church history. Adult formation talks will take place in the parish hall twice a month. 
There is more to the Sacraments than knowing what they are! As Catholics, we are called to live a deeply Sacramental life. The Sacraments change who we are to make us more like Christ. If we allow them to, the grace of the Sacraments can inform our choices, thoughts, and actions. We hope that you will join us this semester, not for an explanation of the Sacraments, but for a time of formation on living a Sacramental life. 
We also invite ALL PARENTS of the parish to join us once a month to discuss the Sunday Gospel and Family Prayer. Father Byrd has created a beautiful Family Prayer Handbook with many simple prayers to introduce into daily life. We hope that all parents will join us and share about their own family prayer life and learn new ways to lead your domestic church. 
Click HERE for an Adult and Parent Formation Calendar. 



Walking with Purpose | Women’s Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study | Registration Now Open
Walking With Purpose ~ Touching the Divine

Meeting Wednesday Mornings (9:30am) and Nights (7pm)
Classes start Wednesday, September 14

Touching the Divine Bible study focuses on the many qualities of Jesus revealed through the Gospel of John. This study draws us into a deeper, loving relationship with Jesus as we reflect on His life and personality. Saint John referred to himself as “the disciple whom Jesus loved” and as we study, John will teach us how much Jesus loves us, and how HIs love is the true satisfaction of our souls. Knowing Christ more intimately, as John did, will touch your heart and fill you with hope!

Learn about Christ’s divine qualities:

  • Our source of fulfillment for all that we need
  • The ultimate gift giver
  • Our model of fidelity
  • Our redeemer and restorer
Each weekly lesson is divided into 5 short daily sections which can be completed in about 20 to 30 minutes. The recommended Bible translation to use for a Walking with Purpose study is the New American Bible (NAB) Revised Edition. The weekly meetings, where we review and discuss the answers from our lesson, last about 90 minutes.


Questions? Please contact us through the registration form below and submit. We will follow up with you either by email or phone.

Walking with Purpose Registration Form

    Small group leaders are essential for our Bible Study. We will provide a 2 hour training session before we start. Also, you will be given a small group leader's guide and the lesson answers will be reviewed together before each lesson (at a convenient time determined by leaders).

Catholic Apologetics

New Adult Faith Formation Opportunity:
Starting Tuesday, September 27
7pm to 8pm
Cenacle Conference Room ~ Upstairs Trinity Building
A New 10-week Bible Class starting Tuesday, September 27, and presented by Richard D. Germano, who has written four books on the Catholic Faith. Also, his website on the Bible is located in over fifty countries.
The ten-week course will include:
  • How can one prove the existence of God through Reason?
  • Who Compiled the New Testament?
  • When is the Church Infallible?
  • Why is there a difference between the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed?
  • Why are the Ten Commandments essential to understanding Christianity?
  • Where did the Nicene Creed come from, and what are its basic teachings?
  • What are the basic teachings of the Catholic Church?
  • How can one prove that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God?
  • What is the Mass, and why is the Eucharist the high point of Catholic teachings?
  • How can one prove that St. Peter was the first leader of the Church and its first Pope?
  • Why is Mary, the Mother of Jesus, called blessed and honored in the Church?
  • Why does the Church have Seven Sacrament?

Parishioners and Non-Parishioners welcome! Bring your Bible.

Interested in joining us or have questions? Let us know through form below.



Men’s Monday Morning Bible Study

Men’s Bible Study

Monday Mornings

7 to 8 am in the Parish Hall

Start your week with Scripture! Join us each week as we discuss the book of Genesis.

For more information or to get on the weekly email list, please contact us through the form below:

Women’s Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study
Thursdays starting September 15th
2 to 3:30pm | Parish Hall

All women are invited to attend the Women’s Bible Study in which we will be watching Dr. Brant Pitre’s DVDs on Jesus and the End Times and St. Peter and the Three Stages of the Spiritual Life as well as listening to Dr. Pitre’s CDs on Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Divine Mercy and A Biblical Tour of Heaven. Please let us know if you would like more information about our Women’s Bible Study through the form below.

MOQ Women's Bible Study

Adoration at MOQ

Adoration Hours and Information

  • Adoration is offered on Wednesdays Only
  • Wednesday Adoration begins after the noon Mass and ends at 8 pm

Any questions, feel free to contact us through the form below:

Contact the Eucharistic Adoration Ministry

That Man Is You!

That Man is You! (TMIY)
We’d love to have you be a part of this life-changing program!

MOQ is hosting a unique fellowship for the men in our parish. That Man is You! is an interactive, multimedia men’s program focused upon the development of authentic male leadership and explores men in their relationship to God, to their spouse and to their children. It combines the best research from science with the teachings of the Catholic faith and the wisdom of the saints to develop the vision of authentic men capable of transforming themselves, their families and greater society.

Our Sessions will be held on Friday mornings from 6:30 to 8 am in the Parish Hall ~ stay tuned for more registrations details for our Fall 2022 Program.

Doors open at 6:30 for coffee, video starts at 7:00, small group discussions at 7:30, dismiss at 8:00.

In order to cover our coffee supply, an RSVP through the form below is requested but not required to attendALL WALK-INS ARE WELCOME!

RSVP for This Man Is You