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Special Auction Edition Newsletter 2021


We ask all famillies to register and bid to support our school.

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Would you like to "Search the City" for Indianapolis Landmarks? Join Fr. John as he hosts our first Monica Madness Scavenger Hunt. On Saturday, May 1, we will meet after 5:00pm Mass in the cafeteria. We will "Search the City" for approximately two (2) hours and after all of the clues have been revealed and photographed, we will come together for a casual dinner, compliments of El Pastorcito Restaurant. Fr. John will host a backyard cookout for the winner and their party of ten at a later date to be agreed upon by our Pastor and the Winner. So sign up for Monica Madness' first annual "Search the City" event. Cost: $35/person (limited to the first 50 people)  So register now!


Have you ever had a pizza delivered to your home by your Principal? Have you ever had a pizza delivered to your home by your Priest? That's exactly what will happen if you purchase this Monica Madness Deal. Mr. Schommer and Fr. Tim will be your Personal Pizza Delivery Drivers on Saturday, April 10th, starting at 6:00pm until all the pizza deals are delivered. The Monica Madness Personal Pizza Delivery Deal is a large one  (1) topping pizza. Your choice of cheese, pepperoni or sausage. You'll also get a classic order of cheesy bread and a 2 litre bottle of coke, diet coke or sprite. We know this Deal is Priceless! So preheat your ovens to 425* for Monica Madness! This deal ends on Friday, April 9th,  Cost:$25/deal (limited time) Register now at

Famous Parking Lot Fast Pass

We have lots of other perks to bid on including the North and East Lot Fast Passes. These provide you with the opportunity to arrive late and leave earlier than everyone else while not waiting in the parking lot lines. Be Principal for a Day and  Priority Graduation Seating will also be available for you to bid on again this year! Register now at

What else can you bid on?

Turn any space into entertainment central with the GPX Mini Projector. Project your favorite movies, games and photos up to a 150" screen size (1280 x 720 native resolution) with 2 HDMI inputs, an SD card reader, a USB port, and a VGA input. Easily adjust the picture (Supports: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p) for the best viewing angle with the focus adjustment (Aspect ratio: 16:9) and use the included remote to control the projector from a distance (Display distance; 3.3-16.4ft). Connect your speakers to the audio out, use Bluetooth to connect to a speaker or soundbar or use the built in speaker to complete the scene.

Young Chang Grand pianos feature all top quality materials and craftsmanship including solid spruce soundboards as well as all of the new Del Fandrich designs with the unique floating soundboard and direct coupled bass bridge for fuller bass response on even the smallest grands. The design also features an evenness of tone throughout the entire range including the transition from bass to tenor sections. All grands have all maple action parts and double coated cold pressed hammer felt for superior tonal quality. This piano had been used by St. Monica Catholic Church.


Extremely rare "Our Last Supper" hand signed artist's proof (#1 of 2) on a 20" x 45" canvas in golden frame, ready to hang. Signed both front and back (as proof). One of two proofs that were printed by the artists during development of the artworks that now adorns the St. Monica Altar,  the St. Meinrad Abbey, and the Sisters of St. Benedict Monastery of the Immaculate Conception. This proof has unique features that has not and will not be reproduced again, 2 of 2 is owned by a member of the artists family. Back is also signed by the artist as a proof. Our artwork represents the scene of the Last Supper of Jesus with his apostles, as it is told in the Gospel of John, 13:21, reflecting Leonardo da Vinci’s brilliant depiction of the consternation that occurred among the Twelve Apostles when Jesus announced that one of them would betray him. 


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