Parish Value Statement

Our Value Statement exemplifies the key values that define who and what we at St. Michael Church are. 

Papal: We look to the Pope for solid teaching and all who preach and teach here do so faithful to him.We stand with him in his missionary outreach and support his efforts to ease human suffering.

Open: We realize that different people are at different places in their spiritual development and welcome all who might grow here to join us in an appropriate way.

Eucharistic: We cherish the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist as a powerful gift of God and as a most tender sign of Christ's love for us.

Quality: We are committed to the relentless pursuit of the highest quality of care for our people and the needy as well in our worship, programming and technology.

Beauty: We have the goal of having the most beautiful church, plant, grounds and sacred things for the Glory of God and to attract people to hear His Word and enter into His Sacraments.

Devotion: We remain keenly aware that Mary, St. Michael and all the angels and Saints are our company as we work at our mission in life as a parish and as individuals.

Education: We work hard to provide learning and training that leads to an increased understanding of the faith and the skills to put the faith effectively into action.

Gratitude: We make thankfulness the basic attitude we have toward God and one another.

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A PRO-LIFE MESSAGE AND REQUEST FROM OUR BISHOP DAVID M. O’CONNELL

As Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton, I encourage all our Catholic clergy, religious and lay faithful to sign a petition to protect congressional legislative provisions in support of life: Click Here. Please access the New Jersey Catholic Conference website and also read the Action Alerts posted on the NJCC website: https://njcatholic.org.

Please consider writing letters in strong support of pro-life protections to our New Jersey senators and congressmen and congresswomen. Thank you and may God bless and protect you all, born and unborn.

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Healing After Abortion: 

Do you know someone who is carrying the grief of a past abortion?  There is always hope.  The pain and sorrow of abortion does not need to endure for a lifetime. A “Day of Prayer and  Healing” offers the opportunity to experience the love and mercy of God and to respond to His invitation to begin the journey of healing the wound of abortion. For upcoming dates, locations, and confidential registration, or just to talk to a Sister, please call the Sisters of Life at (866)-575-0075 (toll free) orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 

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Know someone needing assistance with food, housing, drug addiction, mental health, domestic violence or immigration? Contact Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton.

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Bishop O'Connell's Pastoral
Letter On the Presence of God


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 U.S. Bishops' Statement on Moral Concerns with
Using the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 Vaccine


The U.S. Conference of Catholice Bishops (USCCB) issued a Statement on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 regarding moral concerns with using the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine. The Statement may be accessed by clicking below. The Statement says in part, "if one has the ability to choose a vaccine, Pfizer or Moderna’s vaccines should be chosen over Johnson & Johnson’s." The moral concern arises because the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was developed and tested and is produced with abortion-derived cell lines. The USCCB Statement also quotes the judgment of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the Vatican that "when ethically irreproachable Covid-19 vaccines are not available... it is morally acceptable to receive Covid19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process."


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St. Michael's Church Presents  Handel's Messiah  A Virtual Sing-Along with an Encore Medley of Christmas Carols