Father Aaron Jenkins, MDiv, Pastor, Deacon Wayne Davis and the parish families, Welcome You to St Michael Catholic Church and School

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Mission Statement St. Michael Catholic Church is committed to spreading the love of Christ by growing in faith, building disciples, and serving all.

Vision Statement

  • Adequate space for worship, fellowship, and education.
  • A spiritually-centered, vibrant worship.
  • Support for one another as we work to proclaim our faith.
  • An atmosphere that promotes and supports family values and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • A total Catholic education available to all ages through our parish school and catechetical programs.
  • Participation in our Church and community as disciples of Jesus. 

 

Mass Times

Sunday: 8:30am and 11am
Monday: 9am Morning Prayer
Tuesday: 6pm
Wednesday: 6pm
Thursday: 6pm
Friday: 8:30am
Saturday: 5pm

Reconciliation

Saturday:       4pm to 4:30pm
Tuesday:        5:30pm to 5:55pm
Wednesday:   5:30pm to 555pm
Thursday:       5:30pm to 5:55pm

Holy Eucharist Adoration

First Friday of every month following 8:30am Mass.  Ends at 9am Mass the next day.

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8:30am to 4pm

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Annual Youth Canoe Adventure - September 5, 2016

Looking for information on this year's Annual Youth Canoe Adventure?  Please click below for more info.  Please return your permission slip and Morgan Run Gauntlet waiver with money as soon as possible to the parish office.

Annual Youth Canoe Adventure

Morgans Run Gauntlet

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Vatican Radio

Pope sends message to Catholic-Orthodox Symposium

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a message to Cardinal Kurt Koch, president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, on the occasion of the XIV Inter-Christian Symposium taking place in Thessalonika from 28-30 August.

Sponsored by the Franciscan Institute of Spirituality of the Pontifical University Antonianum and the Department of Theology of the Orthodox Theological Faculty of the Aristoteles University of Thessalonika, the Symposium seeks to foster theological and cultural dialogue between Catholics and Orthodox. The theme of this year’s meeting is “The Need for a Re-evangelization of the Christian Communities in Europe.”

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Lahore Archdiocese blessed with 5 new priests ‎- a record

The Archdiocese of Lahore in Pakistan was blessed last week with a windfall of five new priests.   Archbishop Sebastian Shah of Lahore celebrated the ordination Mass on Friday in the presence of hundreds of faithful and the relatives of the new priests in Lahore’s Sacred Heart Cathedral.  According to the archbishop, the group is the largest since 1994.  "So far we had only had one or two priests (a year). Five priests are really a record," he told AsiaNews.  This year, a total of 21 priestly ordinations took place in Pakistan.  There will be three in October in Karachi Archdiocese. 

Fr Joseph Louis, a former executive secretary of Caritas Lahore, believes that the rise of terrorism since the attacks on 11 September 2001 in the United States has "increased local vocations."  "People are getting closer to faith. They feel that they must do something because the rulers do not give hope. People attend church more because there is a great thirst for comfort and spiritual knowledge."

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Failed terrorist attempt on Indonesian Catholic Church

A would-be suicide bomber's explosives failed to detonate in a packed Catholic church in western Indonesia during Sunday Mass, and he injured a priest with an axe before being restrained, police said.  During Mass at St. Joseph’s Church in Medan, the capital of North Sumatra province, 17-year-old Ivan Armadi Hasugian left his bench and ran toward the priest at the altar, but a bomb in his backpack only burned without exploding, said national police spokesman Maj. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar.  Before he was restrained by members of the congregation, the man managed to take an axe from the backpack and attacked the celebrant Fr. Albert Pandiangan, causing a slight injury to the 60-year-old priest's hand, Amar said. 

"From the cellphone that was seized by security forces, this youth was obsessed with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi," Chief Security Minister Wiranto told reporters, referring to the leader of the Islamic State (IS), the Middle Eastern militant group.   Police were interrogating the man, who told them he was not working alone, Amar said, without providing details.

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