606 Cedarwood Dr.
Friendswood, Texas  77546

      Women's Ministry Luncheon
      November 1, 2014
      Annual Chili/Gumbo Cook-off
      November 2, 2014
      1st Place Gumbo Winners
      2nd Place Gumbo Winners
      2nd Place Chili Winners
      1st Place Chili Winners
      Packing Seafarer Boxes
      November 11, 2014
      151 Boxes Packed & Wrapped!
    • WELCOME TO MARY QUEEN CATHOLIC CHURCH - Founded in Faith, Joined in Love, Reconciled in God

      The priests that serve Mary Queen are Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette.  Founded on the message and inspiration of Mary's apparition at La Salette, our ministry is to help people respond to the grace of reconciliation through faith in Jesus Christ, especially those people who are alienated or estranged.  Wherever we minister, we make this message known to all God's people.  Click here to learn more about the Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette.

      Our Blessed Mother, Our Lady of La Salette, appeared to two children on the top of a mountain in the Alps of southeastern France, near the hamlet of La Salette on September 19, 1846.  The first of the series of apparitions which include those of Lourdes and Fatima, her message was an invitation to live the message of her Son, Jesus.  Her parting words to the children were: "Well, my children, make this known to all my people."  Mary's apparition at La Salette is a modern day reminder of an ancient truth; that Mary constantly intercedes for us before God; that she is the Reconciler of Sinners, calling us back to the message and way of her Son, Jesus.  

    • Parish Registration

      If you attend Mary Queen regularly and consider this your parish, we ask that you complete a Parish Registration form so that we can keep an accurate census for our church and the Archdiocese.  Registration forms can be found in the Church narthex and at the Reception Desk in the Parish Center.   Click here to complete the Parish Registration Form online.  You must have the latest version of Adobe Reader to access the registration form.  Please stop by the Parish Office, we love meeting our new families. 

    • News & Events


      A three part DVD presentation featuring Fr. Robert Barron is being held on the Thursday nights of December 4th, 11th and 18th from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the Parish Mini Hall (the December 11th session will meet in La Salette Hall). The presentation and discussion will help you better understand Jesus, become more familiar with Scripture, and realize your own priestly, prophetic and kingly... mission. Facilitators: Tom Stang and Dr. Adam Martinez. Sessions are free, but registration requested by calling parish office at 281-482-1391. For more information call Dr. Martinez, ext. 319.

      The Priest, Prophet, King Study Program presents the Old Testament foreshadowing of each of Jesus’ three offices as priest, prophet and king and then describes how Jesus is the fulfillment of each as seen in the New Testament.

      Six-lessons are divided into a three-part series as follows:

      THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4TH (7-9 PM; Mini Hall)
      1. Adoratio: Adam as Priest
      2. The High Priest

      THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11TH (7-9 PM; La Salette Hall)
      3. Challenging False Worship: Elijah the Prophet
      4. The Word Made Flesh

      THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18TH (7-9 PM; Mini Hall)
      5. Ordering the Kingdom: King David
      6. King of Kings

      Holiday Schedule for Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

      November 25th & 26th - No Adoration
      December 9th - Adoration will begin following the Advent Penance Service
      December 23rd & 24th - No Adoration
      December 30th & 31st - No Adoration


      Fr. Jim Announces our 2015
      Parish Theme … The Family!

      Our Mary Queen Family is a circle of strength:
      Founded in Faith, Joined in Love,
      Reconciled in God!
      I am pleased to share the above “theme statement” with you for our Mary Queen parish community for reflection and action during the coming year, beginning with the Season of Advent.
      This “theme statement” is rooted in the recently completed Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the theme of the pastoral challenges facing the family in the context of evangelization. The word ‘synod’ means a walk or a journey together. This journey explored the problems facing the family today, and focused on the great joy of family life and the importance of marriage at its heart. In his closing words at the Synod, Pope Francis said: “Now we still have one year to mature, with spiritual discernment, the proposed ideas and find concrete solutions to so many difficulties and challenges that families confront.” May that maturity mark our own proposals and pastoral activity around family life in the course of the coming year.
      Within our Parish, what has emerged from conversations and sharing within the community, is a statement or description of who we see ourselves to be: “Our Mary Queen Family is a circle of strength: founded in faith, joined in love, reconciled in God.” This statement positively affirms a vision for what our pastoral life should be in the course of the coming year. I personally pray that our reflection, discernment and actions will increasingly shape our attitudes towards each other, within our family life, and in our own parish life.
      Each and every member of this parish is an important part of our parish family, where each individual helps to make up the circle of strength.  So at the beginning of Advent, on Sunday, November 30th, we invite all families, and individual members of our parish family to join with us for a Parish Advent Program of prayer and activity, friendship and refreshments. We will be decorating wreaths and enjoying each other’s company to remind us that we are a community of faith, love and reconciliation. Watch for more details in the parish bulletin.
      May the Lord accompany us and guide us on our journey together.
      Fr. Jim 

      Fr. Jim, Fr. Benny, Fr. Moe, Fr. Lamartine, Deacon Paul, Deacon Darrell and the Staff of Mary Queen Parish wish all our members and neighbors a Blessed Thanksgiving. As we remember to count our many blessings, let us remember the less fortunate in our daily prayers.
      Lord, we thank you
      for the goodness of our people
      and for the spirit of justice
      that fills this nation.
      We thank you for the beauty and fullness of the
      land and the challenge of the cities.

      We thank you for our work and our rest,
      for one another, and for our homes.
      We thank you, Lord:
      accept our thanksgiving on this day.
      We pray and give thanks through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

      -from Catholic Household Blessings and Prayers.

      45th Annual Christmas Bazaar & Luncheon


      The Mary Queen 45th Annual Christmas Bazaar and Luncheon will be December  5th and 6th, from 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM. Come enjoy a tea room style luncheon served from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM and a day of shopping in the Parish Center . Click here for more information



      ALL BEGIN AT 7:00 PM

      Tuesday, December 2nd -  ST. MARY (LAPORTE)

      Wednesday, December 3rd -  ST. HYACINTH

      Thursday, December 4th - ST. MARY (LEAGUE CITY)

      Tuesday, December 9th - MARY QUEEN

      Wednesday, December 10th - ST. CLAIRE

      Thursday, December 11th - ST. HELEN

      Tuesday, December 15th - ST. LUKE

      Wednesday, December 16th - ST. PAUL

      Memorial Brick Pavers
      We are taking orders for Memorial Brick Pavers that are a part of the plaza of the Church.  Brick Pavers can have up to three lines of a spiritual message, "In Honor of..." or "In Memory of..." or your family name.  Memorial bricks are $150.00 for the first brick and $100.00 for each additional brick purchased per family.  Payment is due when order form is turned in.  Make checks payable to Mary Queen Church.  Bricks are limited to 3 lines of text – up to 15 characters per line.  A character is defined as a letter, number, space, or punctuation mark.  Click here for an order form.  Return form to the Parish Office.

    • Faith Direct - Automatic Contributions

      Please enroll today.  Click on the link above.

      The deadline for Religious Education tuition and fee payments is fast approaching.  Mary Queen Catholic Church uses Faith Direct, our electronic giving company to collect and process our regular offertory and various second collections for the Church.  Parents have the option of setting up their tuition and fee payments through Faith Direct.  If you currently have a Faith Direct account, you can log into your existing Faith Direct account online via www.faithdirect.net .   Or, you can call their customer service toll free at 1-866-507-8757.  If you are not enrolled in Faith Direct, you can click on this link to process your Religious Education CCE one-time payment. 

      Payments must be processed before the August 15, 2014 deadline to avoid late fees.

      If you are not enrolled in Faith Direct and would like to use a credit card, please click on the "Make a One-Time Payment" link above.