Thank you for your interest in St. Michael's. Whether you’re just visiting us for a brief time, or here seasonally, we are your parish while you are enjoying our beautiful island. If you are looking for a new parish home, are returning to the practice of your Catholic faith or are interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church, we’re happy to have you here.
Re-Ignite the Flame. Re-Light the Way.
Our core mission is to be a place of spiritual renewal for all who come to Siesta Key seeking the light of Christ in their life. Our community of year-round volunteers welcomes you and encourages you to spend time with us in prayer and adoration. God Bless and welcome.
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Saint of the Day
08/14/20 5:00 am
St. Maximilian Kolbe was born as Raymund Kolbe on January 8, 1894, in the Kingdom of Poland, part of the Russian Empire. He was a Polish Conventual Franciscan friar and a martyr in the German death Camp of Auschwitz during World War II.
St. Maximilian Kolbe was very active in promoting the Immaculate Virgin Mary and is known as the Apostle of Consecration to Mary. Much of his life was strongly influenced by a vision he had of the Virgin Mary when he was 12.Read More
08/13/20 5:00 am
Martyr of Rome, with Concordia and other companions, he is a controversial figure who censured Pope St. Callistus I. Hippolytus was slain in Sardinia where he had been exiled for being elected as an antipope, the first in the history of the Church. He was reconciled to the Church before his martyrdom. His writings were important, including A Refutation of All Heresies, Song of Songs, and The Apostolic Tradition.Read More
08/12/20 5:00 am
Martyr of Vietnam. He was the mayor of a town in Vietnam when the persecution of Christians started. Michael was martyred with Blessed Anthony Dich, his son-in-law, and with St. James Nam. He was canonized in 1988 by Pope John Paul II.Read More