St. Michael Catholic Church

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Happily Ever After: Engaged couple ministries emphasize joy-filled, holy marriages

Posted by James Thorp

Lead article from the April-May 2021 issue of the DISCIPLE newsletter, online now.

It’s easy to get caught up in the rush of planning a wedding. The joy of love, the anticipation of a new life together and the countless details of celebration itself—on top of work, school and ... Read More »

Parenting a Challenge? Sancta Familia Begins Monday, May 10

Posted by James Thorp

Sancta Familia (Holy Family) is a prayer and support ministry that seeks to be a channel of God’s merciful love and abundant resources to parents and caretakers of children with exceptional emotional and behavioral challenges associated with diagnoses including autism, ADHD and mental illnesses, so that they can encounter ... Read More »

St. Michael Grows Youth Ministry Staff

Posted by James Thorp

After a lengthy search this winter, St. Michael Catholic Church and School has hired not one, but two new youth ministers to replace former youth minister Ruth Gladitsch and support expanding youth programs. Hollie Danis will begin in the parish next Monday, May 3, and Zach Zaldivar should start ... Read More »

First Communicants Invited to May Crowning Mass on May 2

Posted by James Thorp

At the 9 AM Mass on Sunday, May 2,all of this year's First Communion students are invited to dress in their First Communion clothes again to help us crown the Mary statue in our worship space for May, the month of Mary. Arrive and put your name in the ... Read More »

Chillin' with the Priests and the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, on May 1

Posted by James Thorp

Join us for Chillin' with the Priests and the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, on Saturday, May 1, from 6:15 to 8 PM in the gathering space This vocations night is for high-schoolers through young adults, and is planned to include a meal, talks from our ... Read More »

Enjoy a Private Mass and Meal and Get the Scoop on our BOLD FUTURE!

Posted by James Thorp

Want to know more about our plans for expansion? Enjoy a private Mass and light meal with Fr. Park and get the latest on the BOLD FUTURE Campaign and building project. Our monthly Mass and Meal events are open to all parishioners -- if you haven't had a chance ... Read More »

Come to the Catholic Women's Brunch on May 1!

Posted by James Thorp

Please join us on Saturday, May 1, as we celebrate the month of Mary, Our Mother; Mothers’ Day and Springtime! The day begins with an optional, first Saturday Mass at 8 AM. After Mass, there will be time to check-in and participate in the quilt raffle and bucket raffles, including beautiful ... Read More »

Holy Week Confession, Adoration and Closures

Posted by Jim Thorp

It's Holy Week, which means a few changes to our typical schedule of activities. See below for Confession times, Adoration availability, the Triduum and Easter worship schedule, and closures. Confession

We still have a few more Confession opportunities: Tuesday, 5:15-6:15 PM Good Friday, 9:30-10:30 AM and 6:30-7:30 PM Holy ... Read More »

Join Our Divine Mercy Novena and Celebration

Posted by Jim Thorp

Jesus asked St. Faustina that the Feast of Divine Mercy (the Sunday after Easter) be preceded by a novena of daily Divine Mercy chaplets beginning on Good Friday.

Please join our parish in this Divine Mercy Novena, culminating in a celebration on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 11, at 3 ... Read More »

Sancta Familia Offers Support for Families

Posted by Jim Thorp

Longtime parishioners Paul and Meredith Boldischar have more than 18 years experience parenting children and teens with exceptional emotional and behavioral needs, and at times, felt very much alone in their struggles. In early May, they are launching a new prayer and support group for parents facing similar challenges.

... Read More »