Welcome and thank you for visiting the Parish of Saint Michael the Archangel online! We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship, and service opportunities available.
Please feel free to read more about our Parish and our churches, or stop by for a visit in-person! We would love to greet you and to share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
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Learn about the current State & Diocesan guidelines in place due to COVID-19.
Learn about our initiatives as a result of our Homeland Security grants.
Updates regarding Congress, the Hyde Amendment, and critical pro-life protections.
Updates regarding COVID-19 (School policies, liturgical celebrations, religious exemption letters)
Church of the Nativity
2677 Delsea Drive
Saint Catherine of Siena
700 North Delsea Drive
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Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday at 4:00p - Nativity
Sunday at 8:00a - Saint Catherine of Siena
Sunday at 10:00a - Nativity
Daily Mass Schedule
Monday at 9:00a - Saint Catherine of Siena
Tuesday at 9:00a - Nativity
Wednesday at 9:00a - Nativity
Thursday at 9:00a - Saint Catherine of Siena
Holy Day Mass Schedule*
Vigil (night before) at 7:00p - Saint Catherine of Siena
Holy Day at 9:00a - Nativity
Holy Day at 7:00p - Nativity
with the Mass Intention Schedule
in the bulletin.
Saturday from 3:00-3:30p - Nativity
or By Appointment - anytime
Please call the Parish Office to schedule.
** Due to Homeland Security guidelines, our liturgical events begin promptly at the times indicated.
Once they begin, the exterior doors are locked.
Saint Michael the Archangel Regional School provides Pre-K through Grade 8 education through a faith-centered curriculum steeped in strong Catholic values with an emphasis on simplicity, prayer, and service. Through a family-oriented environment, our students develop intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually in preparation for higher education, a culturally-diverse society, and becoming contributors to the community-at-large.
Self-identity is a big deal in our society. Knowing who we are enables us to journey forward through life with confidence, a sense of direction and purpose, an accurate assessment of our capabilities, as well as our weaknesses. In this weekend’s Gospel, Jesus’ question to His disciples, “Who do people say that I am?” was not about His seeking His own self-awareness. It was a question put to the disciples that would reveal to them more deeply who He was and why He came among them. In Peter’s response, “You are the Christ,” we meet a high point in Saint Mark’s Gospel account. We are invited to struggle more deeply with who Jesus is. We are invited to prepare ourselves for what faithful discipleship entails.
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