All Family Time is Sacred Time.
Each moment counts. From getting ready in the morning, through meals and sports practices, to the final kiss goodnight, each moment given to your child matters. It may not always be the beautifully, scripted Instagram shot, in fact, it may be a messy moment that matters most. Just remember, God is with you in each of these moments, messy or beautiful.
Praying together may feel weird in the beginning, but the pay off can be pretty great.
Ways to Tune into Mass
Public liturgies have resumed! Join us for Mass on Saturday at 4:30 PM or Sunday at 9:00 or 11:00 AM. Things currently look very different, but we are here.
St. Michael Parish will continue live streaming our Saturday Liturgies on under the "Weekly Community Faith Services" at 4:30 PM on Saturday, and on our Facebook page.
Divine Mercy Sunday
On the 2nd Sunday of Easter we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday.
The Divine Mercy Chaplet, a prayer given to St. Faustina, remind us of the deep mercy of God that is greater than any of our sins.
Take a moment and listen to and pray with this sung version of the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
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Praying together as a family can be as easy as taking a moment once a day to say out loud what you are grateful for and what you are worried about.
St. Joseph's Feast Day
On March 19th, we celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph. Take a moment to learn more about St. Joseph the father of Jesus.
2021 is the Year of St. Joseph.
St. Joseph, Pray for Us!
Sunday Connection from Loyola Press:
God speaks to us in many ways, including through the Sunday Scripture readings. The Sunday Connection provides useful background and activities to better understand the upcoming Sunday's Scripture readings, helping you to connect the Scripture to daily life in a meaningful way.