Welcome to Our Parish
There are three goals that I have for our parish: that all of our parishioners would learn the faith more deeply; live that faith more ardently with the grace given through the sacraments and prayer; and that we would have a stronger and broader stewardship toward our parish. We have been doing these things, as does every parish, but it takes a deliberate and conscious effort to make these goals a living reality in the parish itself. A parish is made up of individuals, and the more each person takes these goals to heart, the more the parish as a whole can be a living witness of the Gospel and a brighter reflection of Christ Himself. People will be able to identify certain characteristics about that parish. It is my hope that our parish will exude the characteristics contained in the acronym HUG: Humility, Unity, and Gratitude.
Fr. Michael J. Miller
I invite you to learn more about the Church of St. Michael, visit our parish and worship with us.
Parish News, Events & Announcements
Lenten Pilmgrimage to “The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help” on Monday April7, 2014
Join us as we will travel to New Franken, Wisconsin to visit the site where our Blessed Mother appeared to Sister Adele Brisi in 1859. This shrine, near the town of Green Bay, is one of only a handful in the world — and the sole location in the United States — officially designated as a place where the Virgin Mary appeared and draws more than 3000 people each year to its chapel. Bishop David Ricken... [Read more...]
The Church of St. Michael now has a Facebook page! “Like” us on Facebook to keep up on all of the great events happening in our parish.
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Please join us for one of the Ash Wednesday Masses.
8:00 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.
St. Michael9:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. & 5:30 p.m.
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The men are taking over the cooking duties. Make plans now to attend one or more of our Lenten Fish Fry’s hosted by the Men’s Club of St. Mary’s and St. Michael’s. Bring the whole family to what has become a very popular parish and community tradition.
What: All you can eat Beer Battered Cod, parsley buttered potatoes, coleslaw, and green beans. There will also be PB&J sandwiches and chips for the little ones.
When: First 6 Fridays in Lent. March 7 – April 11, 2014
Where: St. Michael’s... [Read more...]
The Men’s Club will be holding its Annual Member Dinner and Meeting on Sunday, March 2nd in the St. Michael’s Social Hall. Social hour begins at 5:30, Dinner/Meeting at 6:30 followed by our guest Speaker.
Guest Speaker: Paul Bernabei – Director of Top 20 Training.
Paul Bernabei directs Top 20 Training that provides training seminars and materials to empower youth and adults to develop their potential and the potential of others. He has been a teacher, counselor, coach and administrator... [Read more...]
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