The evening of Friday, June 18th, into Saturday, June 19th, 9 PM- 6 AM, we will be holding an all night Vigil to pray for the men who are to be ordained on Saturday the 19th, as well as for those who have not yet responded to the call to priesthood.
Our beloved pastor, Fr. Martin Flum, will be leaving us in early July, in the hopes of resuming life as a hermit. Our new pastor, Fr. Mark Cusick, is coming to us from St. Francis Xavier, a parish in Washington, DC.
Join us on May 19th when a visiting image of Our Lady comes to St. Michael's. The image will arrive around 6 PM, with Fr. Flum's talk at 7, and a Rosary procession with the image to follow. Click the title above for more details!
On Friday, April 9th, at 7 PM, we will hold a special hour of prayer for priests. Michael Corsini, painter and music minister, will lead us in meditative songs and prayers for all our priests. We will specifically be asking the intercession of Mary, Mother of Priests. Click the title for more details.
Heavenly Morning Prayer Breakfast, Saturday, April 10, 2021, St. Michael's Parish Hall The morning will begin with Mass at 8:00 am in the Church followed by Breakfast, Rosary and talk given by author Kevin Wells on Fr. Al Swartz in the Parish Hall at 9:00 am (doors open at 8:30 am). Click the title above for more details.
After the Liturgy of the Lord's Supper, we will process with the Blessed Sacrament to the Altar of Repose in the parish hall. We will then have adoration all night until 6 AM on Friday. Please click the title or picture above to sign up for an hour!
Three priests will be available for confession on Monday, March 29th, at 7 PM. Fr. James Morrison, a priest ordained just last year in 2020, will start us off with a brief teaching on how to prepare for confession and examine one's conscience.
We will start celebrating St. Joseph's Feast day (March 19th) on the evening of March 18th. We'll have evening prayer and a pizza party on the 18th, and on the 19th we will have Mass with a guest priest- Fr. Joseph Cwik, a young priest from our archdiocese. We will conclude with our consecration to St. Joseph. Click the title above for the full details.
Since the March for Life is only open to a small group this year, we will be making our public witness for life locally, in Waldorf. Join us for a Mass beforehand at 9 AM at St. Michael. Click for a full schedule!