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  • Living Our Mission

    St. Michael is Living Our Mission! The parish has joined with the Diocese of Richmond to raise $3.3 miliion to support Diocesan endowment inititiatives and to build a community center at St. Michael. We invite you to learn more about the campaign. We encourage you to prayerfully support Living Our Mission.  Don't miss these upcoming events!

  • From the Pastor...

    St. Vincent DePaul was a French priest who lived in the early 17th century. He is the patron saint of charitable works, the Diocese of Richmond (and the country of Madagascar), volunteers (and prisoners), hospitals, and horses! Growing up on Long Island, New York, it seemed every parish had a St. Vincent DePaul Society doing charitable works and/or reaching out to the poor. Interestingly, there is no St. Vincent DePaul Society in the central vicariate here in the Diocese of Richmond (which includes the city of Richmond and the environs of central Virginia). That may soon end as St. Michael parish undertakes the establishment of a St. Vincent DePaul society. The Society’s approach to service of the poor matches our mission of being the presence of Christ. It was founded in Paris, France, by university students. It is a society made up of ordinary lay people with a passion to reach out to those in need in a very real and concrete way. The Society also encourages the spiritual growth of its members. You will be hearing more about this in the future. If you are interested in learning more or in being part of this wonderful organization in the church, please let me or Karen Hannon (khannon@saint-mikes.org) know.

    Peace and Love,
    Fr. Dan

  • Parish News

    • October 30
      More than 700 job seekers have found employment since the JAM Ministry started in 2008.