Welcome to St. Michael Parish



Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Vigil Mass – Monday, Dec. 7 @5:30pm

Holy Day Mass -Tuesday, Dec. 8 @8:15am & 7pm




We have just registered for an exciting new way to do lots of quality Catholic learning from home, called “FORMED”.  Taking advantage of this opportunity allows you access to Catholic educational programs, movies, books, and audio files. This is literally thousands of dollars worth of education, formation, and entertainment available at no cost to you!

       To access FORMED:

  1. Go to the website formed.org

  2. Click on the “find out more” message in the middle of the screen.

  3. In the middle of the page there is an area that says “Does your parish already have FORMED?” In the box enter our parish code: RHCXWQ

  4. Fill out the registration form and you are eligible for all of the programs on FORMED!

Don’t miss out – register today!


Upcoming events:

November 30 – Volunteer Training

December  1 –  Sacrament of 1st Reconciliation

December 5/6 – Birthday & Anniversary Petitions

December 5/6 – Krispy Kreme Fundraiser

Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Vigil Mass – Monday, Dec. 7 @5:30pm

Holy Day Mass -Tuesday, Dec. 8 @8:15am & 7pm




Lake Kinneret


Lord God, by the creation of the first Eve and her spouse, you made marriage and the family the foundation of all human community.

By the birth of your Son, Jesus, to the new Eve, Mary, our mother, and her most chaste spouse, Joseph, you radically altered human history. Through this Holy Family you made a path for our salvation.

Strengthen the families of this world and impart to them the gifts of the Holy Spirit.May the upcoming World Meeting of Families with the Holy Father serve to give you glory, and bring strength and fortitude to families, who are being assaulted by evil from every direction.

May the meeting be a source of light and hope to all the world. We ask this through Christ our Lord.



St. Michael is not only the Patron Saint of our Parish, but is also the Patron Saint of  many, including  EMT’s, Mariners, Paratroopers, Police Officers, Security Forces, and Guards and Soldiers.  He is often portrayed holding scales as he is also the Patron saint of the dying in which he is said to be weighing souls.