Mass for Sunday, August 9
After the past several months of the pandemic, I have had numerous people say to me: “Father, do you think God is trying to tell us something?” My answer is “Yes I do.” Then usually a very interesting discussion follows. It might be interesting to find out what YOU think God is trying to tell us. We could then make a list of all of our answers, and see what we come up with. It would be your option to put your name on it. Send to me at the office by mail, drop in the collection basket, or email me at email@example.com
For example: “I think God is telling us we have forgotten how to keep holy the Lord’s Day.” (Anonymous)
Fr. Terry Hazel
I want to thank you all for your prayers during my recent illness. Without a doubt they all helped me tremendously. I am a big believer in the power of prayer. As it turned out, I developed a bleed in my small intestine with swelling. I began getting weaker and weaker, and then finally my fingers and toes started going numb. My hemoglobin count had dropped dramatically to a dangerous level. After several tests I was hospitalized and given two units of blood. There was some talk of surgery to stop the bleeding but as it turns out, it stopped on its own and I did not need the surgery. I am currently regaining my strength and doing much better.
Thank you also for so many cards and well wishes as well. This is truly a wonderful and caring parish.
Fr. Terry Hazel
Now more than ever your financial support is needed. Please consider contributing via Paypal if you are unable to gather together with us. Thank you for your continued prayers and support during these difficult times.
Fr. Terry Hazel
Sunday Mass is being live streamed from St. Michael on the WFMJ website at
4:30 each Saturday.
We are the Church, let us continue to pray together even if we are separated.
CHILDREN'S WORSHIP BULLETINS
The Bulletin worksheets that our children pick up at the doors of the church each week are now on our website. Each bulletin has 4 panels packed with puzzles, word searches, seek-and-finds, dot-to-dots, and many more Bible-based activities. This is another way for our young parishioners to feel connected to their church family while we are apart.
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St. Michael Parish is a welcoming Roman Catholic Community united by faith in Jesus Christ. Called to the mission of Jesus by Baptism, nourished by God's Word and Sacraments, we join to celebrate our faith and to continue Christ's mission of love, justice, and service. As good stewards, guided by the Holy Spirit, we believe we are called to be Christ to one another, sharing our time, talent,and treasure with our community and the world, especially with those less fortunate.
“Honor the past, embrace the present, envision the future by generously sharing time, talent, and treasure.” -Parish Council Goal for 2020