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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The Parish of Saint Michael the Archangel now has
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Church of the Nativity
2677 Delsea Drive
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700 North Delsea Drive
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Due to current restrictions and guidelines in place because of COVID-19,
all Masses are currently being held in Nativity Church, Franklinville.
Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday at 4:00p - Nativity
Sunday at 8:00a - Nativity
Sunday at 10:00a - Nativity
Daily Mass Schedule
Monday at 9:00a - Nativity
Tuesday at 9:00a - Nativity
Wednesday at 9:00a - Nativity
Thursday at 9:00a - Nativity
Holy Day Mass Schedule*
Vigil (night before) at 7:00p - Nativity
Holy Day at 9:00a - Nativity
Holy Day at 7:00p - Nativity
with the Mass Intention Schedule
in the bulletin.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines,
Confessions are by appointment only.
Please call the Parish Office to schedule.
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.
How many times have parents said to their children, “Will you please listen to me?” This is hardly a statement about whether the youngsters have a hearing problem. It is a question that conveys to youngsters that they must act on what they hear, or they aren’t really hearing. Listening means acting. It also means that their wills are changed, as evidenced in whether the youngsters do what their parents are actually asking them to do. Finally, listening means that the youngsters themselves are changed. In listening and doing, we form patterns of right and loving responses. Real listening that leads to follow-through actions takes conscious effort, commitment, and love.
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