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 St. Mary’s Church, visit our parish and worship with us.

Bells of St. Mary’s

 

Parish News, Events & Announcements

Rummage Sale April 17 & 18

World Youth Day Fundraising Event This time of year inspires us to look in our closets and  garages for things we haven’t used in such a length of time that we determine it needs to go!  To make those tough decisions easier, you can sort through your closets and garages knowing you have a simple and satisfying means of parting ways with your once purposeful belongings!  The pilgrims of the 2016 World Youth Day are holding a Rummage Sale at St. Mary’s Great Hall on Friday, April 17 from 8:00... [Read more...]

Benefit Pancake Breakfast for World Youth Day Pilgrims

Benefit Pancake Breakfast for World Youth Day Pilgrims

Sunday, April 19 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1910 South Greeley Street.  Click here to view the flier with complete details.  Sponsored by Solanus Casey Council #1632, Knights of Columbus.  Read More →

Cookbooks of St. Mary’s and St. Michael’s

Cookbooks of St. Mary’s and St. Michael’s

St. Michael’s/St. Mary’s Cookbook It’s the time of the year when we celebrate Mother’s Day, Baby and Bridal Showers and families moving into new homes.  What better gift than that of our fabulous Church cookbook?  This cookbook is chock full of enticing recipes and words of wisdom, including tidbits from Archbishop John Nienstedt, Archbishop Harry Flynn, Bishop John Levoir and well as our own pastors, past and present.   You can pick up a copy  (for $20, 5/$95) of this cookbook at either... [Read more...]

Cana Dinner

Cana Dinner

Cana Dinner Saturday, April 25 St. Michael’s Social Hall 6:30—9:30 p.m. $20 per person Hosted by Marriage Prep Team Reservations due by Sunday, April 19   This will be an evening to celebrate your marriage!  Bring a wedding photo to share.  There will be a prize for the most recently married couple present and also for the couple married the longest.  Engaged couples, widows and widowers are also welcome. Buffet Dinner by TST Catering  Two entrée choices, side dishes and dessert. DJ... [Read more...]

Divine Mercy Sunday

The Feast of Divine Mercy is Sunday, April 12, 2015.  The Divine Mercy service will be held at the Church of St. Michael.  Opening prayer and confessions begin at 1:30 p.m., followed with a presentation by Dr. Margaret Schlientz on Seeking Healing & Deliverance in the Merciful Love of God at 2:15 p.m. and concluding with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy Eucharistic Healing Service at 3:00 p.m. Divine Mercy flier with complete details  Read More →

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