3863 Summer Ave, Memphis, TN 38122
901-323-0896

CELEBRANTS

Reverend Benjamin P. Bradshaw, parochial administrator
Reverend Francisco Franquiz, parochial vicar

PLEASE CONTINUE TO GIVE

Please continue your giving to St. Michael’s. This season of limited gatherings is so crucial to the financial well-being of our parish & our community. A large number of our members already give their tithes and offerings online. We so appreciate this and need it during this time. If you don’t give online, consider giving through our website. It’s easy, and the fees are optional. This will help us maintain our day to day operations, as well as our community obligations for those in such desperate need right now. If you prefer, mail your check in to the church office. Giving envelopes are provided for you to mail-in if you so choose to do.

Please let our staff know if there’s anything we can do to serve you during this stressful time. And pray. Pray that God will allow us to be together soon. We need the Church. I need you. The separation that we are experiencing only makes me  excited for our time together again. Until then may we be faithful to communicate to one another, pray for each other, and be faithful to embrace what opportunities have been given to us to continue hearing the Word and sharing the gospel.

Click the image to your right and you will be taken directly to the Online Giving Portal for St. Michael.

This work is not meant to be a theological think-piece, but a compendium for those who may be seeking to hear St. John Paul II in his own voice, though perhaps do not have the time to appropriate the entirety of his Wednesday general audiences on the body. The following is a humble attempt to communicate this song of the body, as he understood it. Hopefully, I can get out of the way and allow the Holy Father’s words to speak for themselves. 

This book is my offering to each of you, completely  free of charge, but any donation would be very appreciated, especially in the ‘new normal’ we are all in together.   

If you feel a donation is appropriate, please go  to the ARTICLES page which has a specific link dedicated to book donations.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGHLIGHTED NEWS & EVENTS

MASS & RECONCILIATION TIMES

We hope you join us for the celebration of Mass, to hear His Word, be nourished by His Body and Blood and be one, as we go out to spread the Good News.

Sunday Mass

4:00 PM (vigil) EN
6:30 PM (vigil) SP
8:00 AM EN
9:15 AM SP
11:00 AM EN
1:30 PM SP

Daily Mass

Monday 8:15 AM, 5:30 PM
Tuesday 8:15 AM, 5:30 PM
Wednesday 8:15 AM, 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:15 AM, 5:30 PM
Friday 8:15 AM, 5:30 PM
Saturday 8:15 AM

Reconciliation

Thursday 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Saturday 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM

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