St. Michael Catholic Church

St. Michael Catholic Church

Mass Times

Weekend Mass Schedule
1st Saturday: 8:30 AM (English)
Saturday Vigil: 6:00 PM (English)
Sunday: 7:30 AM (designated for those 60+)| 9:00 AM | 11:00 AM | 5:00 PM (English)
1:00 PM (Español)

Nursery will not be available until further notice.

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM (English)
Thursday: 7:00 PM (Español)

The Sanctuary is open to the public Monday - Friday 7:45 am - Noon for individual prayer.
Face coverings are required for entering the building.

Mass Live Streamed

St. Michael offers a Live Stream of all the Masses through
YouTube and Facebook Live. 
Click on our latest video to view it either live or after production. 

Readings: English | Español
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Act of Contrition: English | Español
Prayer of Spiritual Communion:  English | Español
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Upcoming Events

Office Hours

Sunday - 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday - Closed

Face coverings are required for entering the building.
If a greeter is not at the door, please ring the door bell for assistance.

Faithful Citizens

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Faithful Citizens: How you can make your ‘prophetic voice’ heard this election season

by Susan Moses
North Texas Catholic
October 8, 2020

Father Balaji Boyalla, SAC, has an important milestone coming up — his first opportunity to vote in a United States presidential election.  A native of India, the pastor of St. Michael Parish in Bedford became a U.S. citizen on March 10, 2019. In his journey to American citizenship, the Pallottine priest saw the hand of God at work.  Continue reading...

Photo (NTC/Juan Guajardo)

Religious Liberty

Response to court nominee Barrett shows anti-Catholic bigotry, not theology, is threat

by Bishop Michael F. Olson
Star Telegram
October 15, 2020; updated October 16, 2020

Many take this remark from California Sen. Dianne Feinstein during Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Court of Appeals confirmation hearing in 2017 as a recent example of anti-Catholic bigotry.

More alarming, though, was the question asked by Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, a professed Catholic, in the same hearing: “Do you consider yourself an ‘orthodox’ Catholic?” In other words, does she hold what the Catholic Church has always taught?

Catholic theology is not a threat to America; the ideology of anti-Catholic bigotry is.

Faithful Catholics help many and harm no one; anti-Catholic bigots harm everyone. It is unimaginable that the senators’ harassment be applied to any other religious group. Why is this tolerated? When will it end? Continue reading....


Enrolling Now! Online classes for Fall

We are here to help, guide and support you in forming your children to become Intentional Disciples of Jesus Christ for the rest of their lives.

Sanctuary Project

Make a direct donation by clicking the Sanctuary picture.  Thank you for your support. 

Feast Day Raffle

The St. Michael Feast Day Committee is raising funds to improve our Sanctuary.  Please click the link to buy raffle tickets and a chance to win any of the 17 great prizes!

Enrolling Now!

Enrolling now for on-site preschool classes.  Space is limited!  Call today! 817.510.2748




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Bishop Olson’s Statement

Regarding Pope Francis’ Comments Recorded in Francesco
October 21, 2020
The Church is obliged to hand on faithfully what she has received from Christ. It is the mind of Christ that marriage is an indissoluble bond between one man and one woman. The Church preaches and acts upon this truth, regardless of the passing opinions of nations, states, or cultures.

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