7 pm (en español)
8:30 am (often ASL interpreted)
10:30 am (often Livestreamed; scroll down to "Connect With Us")
2:15 pm (en español)
6:00 pm (Youth & Young Adults)
Monday - Friday: 7:00 am
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8:30 am
Wed (School Mass): 8:15 am
Tues (en español): 7:00 pm
First Saturday: 7:00 am
Civic Holidays: 9:30 am
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 3 - 4 pm (bilingüe)
Tuesday / Martes: 6 - 7 pm (español)
or by appointment / o por cita
Tues - Thurs: 8 am - 5 pm
Friday: 8 am - 3 pm
The Parish Office is located in the Trinity Center, on the ground floor.
Handicap access is available through the elevator on the first floor (through the Preschool).
St. Michael the Archangel Statue
St. Michael Parish is funding a statue of St. Michael the Archangel at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. This beautiful statue will be a lasting legacy for St. Michael parishioners for generations to come! If you would like to share in this exciting legacy, consider making a donation now.
St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Parish Community is committed to serving God and welcoming Him in one another through a firm belief in God’s love. Our mission includes: strengthening the Presence of God through Word and Sacraments; dedication to stewardship and social justice; and ministry to our members and the greater community through acts of Faith, Hope, and Charity. All of this is achieved through complete union with the Holy Father and our Bishop of Raleigh
First Friday Devotion
Remember in Your Prayers
Pastoral Council Election - Vote Online Now!
Please click on the image above or click here to vote in our 2017 Pastoral Council Elections! Online voting ends Nov. 26th.
New Stewardship Report
Nursing Ministry Survey
Your opinion matters! Please click here - print, fill out, and turn in to the Parish Office once completed. Thank you!
Click on any event for its location or more details.
As part of our Parish Resources, we recommend viewing this transformative video series... FREE! Click HERE or on the image above for more information.
Raleigh to Rome
Can't view in your browser? Click here to view "Raleigh to Rome."
Installation Mass of Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama
2000 Catholics Celebrate 'Joyful, Historic Day' With Raleigh Cathedral Dedication
The dedication of Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral was an historic event that was virtually flawless from beginning to end! For those who wish to learn more about the Mass, your Catholic faith or the specifics of this dedication ceremony, you will be captivated by video. With the commentary provided in the recording, it was truly a "teaching Mass." If you would like to watch the live stream broadcast of the dedication ceremony, click here or on the picture above.
Become an Instrument of God's Mercy!
St. Michael 2017 BAA Results
As we approach the end of 2017, it is an ideal time to remember your year-end charitable contributions for tax purposes. Thank you to all who have participated in this year's Bishop's Annual Appeal!
Thanksgiving Basket Project