Saint Michael Catholic Church

Welcome to St. Michaels Parish

Rev. Arturo Chagala, Parochial Administrator

We welcome you here on our website and in person!
Founded in 1831 by the first wave of Irish immigrants coming to America for the sake of religious freedom and economic opportunity, and site of the Nativists riots of 1844, St. Michael’s today continues to serve the needs of its resident members, its alumni and the new immigrants from all over the world who are still coming to our neighborhood.

  • Sharing the good News of Jesus in our lives.
  • Acts of charity, attending to our parishioner needs.
  • We proclaim Jesus as Lord almighty.

New Parishioners are always welcome at St. Michael's Parish 
Please call the office (215-739-2358) or use our contact form to set up a time to visit the Rectory for registration. Former parishioners are always welcome and please visit to re-activate your membership status.

Are you or someone you know interested in becoming a Catholic or a Catholic needing to receive their sacraments? 

Classes are held on Thursday evenings at 7 PM at Saint Michael Rectory. Call 215-739-2358 if you are interested in registering or to find out for more information.

Attention Parents & Students: Religious Education (CCD) Classes 
If your child is in first grade or above and has not yet begun preparation for First Reconciliation, First Communion, or Confirmation, please register and contact Maryellen, Coordinator of Religious Education at 215-739-2358. Classes are held 9:45 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. in the Rectory. All parents of CCD students are reminded that attendance at Sunday Mass is absolutely essential. Children must be here for class, and children and parents are expected to attend Mass, preferably as a family. CCD volunteer teachers and/or aides are always welcome!


Parish Bulletin

Get the latest news, announcements, events, and updates by viewing the parish bulletin. 

Mass (Misas)

Saint Michael Parish
 
Saturday - 
Mass: 5:00 pm (English)
Confession: 4:15-4:45 pm (or by request)
Sunday - Mass: 8:30 am (English),
11:30 am (Spanish)
Holy Days - Mass: 7:00 pm (Bilingual)
Weekdays - Mass: Mon-Thur 8:00 am
(in the Chapel)

Immaculate Conception
(Front and Allen Streets)

Sunday - Mass: 10:00 am (English)
Holy Days - 
Mass: 12:00 pm (English)

Office Hours
Mon - Thur: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fri: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm



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