Thank you for your interest in St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church. Whether you’re a full-time parishioner, here seasonally, or just visiting us for a brief time, we are blessed to be your parish as you enjoy the beautiful beach community of Siesta Key.
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 lives. Our volunteers are welcoming and encourage you to spend time with us in prayer and adoration.
If you are new to the area, looking for a new parish home, are returning to the practice of your Catholic faith or are just interested in finding out more about the Catholic Church, we’re happy to welcome you to our faith community.
Fr. Michael Cannon
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Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. - 1 Peter 4:10
At St. Michael the Archangel, we are a family that seeks to touch the souls of not only our own community, but the thousands that visit our home on an annual basis. Our approach to best serve God's will must be one that reaches out to the hearts and minds of the faithful. Our vision for a new Ministry Center and Cloister will, with your help, become a peaceful respite from our weary world - an oasis for prayer promoting a more perfect love for God and neighbor - and a sacred space of unique beauty that will continue to attract visitors from near and far.
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Saint of the Day
12/07/23 7:00 am
Foundress of the Daughters of Our Lady of Mercy. She was born at Albisola Marina, Liguria, Italy, in 1811, and was baptized Benedetta. At sixteen she became a Franciscan tertiary, and in 1837, she and three companions, Pauline Barla, Angela, and Domenica Pessio, found a community in Savona. The congregation was devoted to charitable works, hospitals, and educating poor young women. In 1840, Maria Giuseppe, also called Josepha, was made superior. By the time she died on December 7, 1888, she had ...Read More
12/06/23 7:00 am
The great veneration with which St. Nicholas has been honored for many ages and the number of altars and churches all over the world that are dedicated in his memory are testimonials to his wonderful holiness and the glory he enjoys with God. As an episcopal see, and his childhood church falling vacant, the holy Nicholas was chosen bishop, and in that station became famous by his extraordinary piety and zeal and by his many astonishing miracles. The Greek histories of his life agree he suffered ...Read More
12/05/23 7:00 am
Sabas was born at Mutalaska, Cappadocia, near Caesarea. He was the son of an army officer there who when assigned to Alexandria, left him in the care of an uncle. Mistreated by his uncle's wife, Sabas ran away to another uncle, though he was only eight. When the two uncles became involved in a lawsuit over his estate, he again ran away, this time to a monastery near Mutalaska. In time the uncles were reconciled and wanted him to marry, but he remained in the monastery. In 456, he went to ...Read More
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