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    St. Michael the Archangel  Catholic Church

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    St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church

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    St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church

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Mass Times

Monday: No Mass
Tues., Thurs.: 8:00 am at the Villa
Wed., Fri.: 8:00 am in the Church

Weekends (Rosary 30 minutes before Mass)
Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am, 11:00 am

Saturday: 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
10 minutes prior to Mass, Wed. & Fri.
or by appointment

24 Hour Perpetual Adoration Chapel

Peace Sign

Unfortunately, not in a good way this time.  The cold and flu season is upon us and it seems to be hitting us with a vengeance.  Even before Christmas the hospitals were reporting that they were running at capacity due to the cases of the flu.  I would like to remind you that if you are feeling sickly, it is probably a good idea not to take the Precious Blood from the cup.  Always better safe than sorry in this instance.  As we did last year, we will forgo exchanging the sign of peace at the weekend Masses.  It is alright to be selfish when it comes to keeping our germs to ourselves.

We are not expected to do the impossible.  It is not a sin to miss our obligation to attend Mass when you are sick.  Please use your best judgment. If you have a sore throat, are feverish and achy, it may be best if you stay at home rather than taking the chance of passing it on to others.  Not only does God understand, but your fellow parishioners will be grateful.  If you do not feel right about not attending Mass, make some other form of spiritual act, say a rosary, watch the Mass on EWTN, say some prayers for those who may not attend Mass on a regular basis, there are many different spiritual activities you can do on your own when you are not able to attend Mass due to illness.  Let’s work at keeping each other healthy.    ~Fr. John Hotze~


Many Thanks

I want to thank you all for the thoughts and prayers during my surgery and recovery.  It seems that my recovery is dragging on and on.  The doctor assures me that this is normal.  They did more work on my back than they had intended, so the recovery may take a bit longer than originally thought.  Regardless, I do want to thank you for the prayers, they are appreciated.  I also want to thank those that brought dinners and food.  You took good care of me, both me and my refrigerator were well stocked.  Thanks for taking care of me.                    ~Fr. John Hotze~

Baby Shower For Life

During the month of January, the Respect Life Ministry and Knights of Columbus are collecting clothing, diapers, diaper bags, towels, washcloths, crib sheets, blankets, footed sleepers, baby formula, shampoo, baby wipes, lotion, powder, diaper rash cream, booties, onesies, etc.  Throughout the month of January, a baby crib will be in the Gathering Space to collect all baby items.  All items collected will be delivered to Catholic Charities. 

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