St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church


Due to construction underway within the church, all Masses are
currently being held outdoors under the tent until further notice.
All weekend Masses are live streamed and may be accessed Here.

At this time, our expectation is to be in the church in early May.
If you have any questions, please contact the parish office
at 941-349-4174. Your patience is greatly appreciated. 


 

Welcome

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.  

God Bless,

Fr. Michael Cannon
Pastor


 

REGULAR MASS TIMES

 

Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday
9:00 am 4:00 pm Vigil 8:00 am & 10:00 am

* Currently only weekend Masses are being livestreamed

Confession: Saturdays 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

 

 


 

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Publications


  • Sun, May 22nd

  • Sun, May 15th

  • Sun, May 8th

  • Sun, May 1st

  • Sun, Apr 24th

2022 Catholic Faith Appeal

 

The Catholic Faith Appeal is an opportunity to grow in faith and to express that faith in action. Please take time to celebrate our faith and discern how to put your gifts into service for one another and for those in need.

For more information on the 2022 Catholic Faith Appeal Click Here.

Capital Campaign

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.

For the latest information or to make a sacrificial gift, please visit our Capital Campaign page.

 

Saint of the Day

St. Rita: Saint of the Day for Sunday, May 22, 2022

Saint Rita was born Margherita Lotti in Roccaporena, Italy in 1381. The day after her baptism, Rita was surrounded by a swarm of white bees, which went in and out of her infant mouth without hurting her. Rather than being alarmed, her family believed she was marked to be virtuous and devoted to God.

At an early age, she begged her parents to allow her to enter a convent but was instead arranged to be married to a cruel man named Paolo Mancini. Young Rita became a wife and mother at only twelve ...

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St. Eugene de Mazenod: Saint of the Day for Saturday, May 21, 2022

Eugene de Mazenod was born on August 1, 1782, at Aix-en-Provence in France. Early in life he experienced the upheaval of the French Revolution. None the less, he entered the seminary, and following ordination he returned to labor in Aix-en-Provence. That area had suffered greatly during the Revolution and was not really a safe place for a priest. Eugene directed his ministry toward the poorest of the poor. Others joined his labors, and became the nucleus of a religious community, the ...

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St. Bernardine of Siena: Saint of the Day for Friday, May 20, 2022

In the year 1400, a young man came to the door of the largest hospital in Siena. A plague was raging through the city so horrible that as many as twenty people died each day just in the hospital alone. And many of the people who died were those who were needed to tend the ill. It was a desperate situation -- more and more people were falling ill and fewer and fewer people were there to help them. The twenty-year-old man who stood there had not come because he was ill but because he wanted ...

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Office Hours

Monday through Thursday
8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Friday
8:00 am to Noon

Staff

 

April 9th Update from
Bishop Dewane on
Lifting of General Dispensation

 

Letter to Parishioners
from Bishop Dewane
Regarding
the Statewide Prosecutor Report