St. Michael Catholic Church

Mass Times

Weekend Mass Schedule
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)

Masks are no longer required. If you are more comfortable wearing a mask, then please continue to do so. Everyone will respect each individual’s choice during this time.

Nursery will not be available until further notice.

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

Office Hours

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

Masks are no longer required. If you are more comfortable wearing a mask, then please continue to do so. Everyone will respect each individual’s choice during this time.

Upcoming Events


Schedule:  Thursdays, 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM;  Saturdays, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM.

St. Michael Catholic Church

Mass Livestreamed

The following weekend Masses are livestreamed, beginning with a Holy Rosary 30 minutes prior to times posted below:

Saturday 6:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM

Click on our latest video to view it either live or after production on YouTube or Facebook.

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Act of Contrition: English | Español
Prayer of Spiritual Communion:  English | Español
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From the Diocese

Call for Peace and Vigilance at Mass by the Diocese of Fort Worth

May 6, 2022

"There have been numerous and public calls recently by abortion activist groups to organize disruptions at Catholic Masses across the nation in response to the leaked decision from the Supreme Court regarding Roe v. Wade. This type of activity is an attempt to threaten the rightful and peaceful assembly of Christians to worship..."

Complete statement


Pastoral Letter Regarding Changes to Current COVID-19 Protocols for the Celebration of Mass

March 4, 2022

"Our current environment is one with two important factors: 1) the ready availability of vaccines which in most cases limit symptoms, and 2) treatment protocols and medicines now exist that minimize likelihood of hospitalization. Thus, beginning this weekend, the wearing of face masks during Mass and at the distribution of Communion is now optional and left to the discretion of the ordinary or extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion."

Pastoral Letter - March 4, 2022

Carta Pastoral - 4 de marzo de 2022

Bishop Michael F. Olson Issues Memorandum to Priests and Parishes Requesting Prayers for Ukraine

"Please ask your parishioners to pray for peace, an end to war, and for the safety of all people of Ukraine who have been traumatized by the unjust Russian invasion of their homeland.

The Holy Father, Pope Francis, has asked that “believers in a special way devote themselves intensely to prayer and fasting for peace in Ukraine” on this Ash Wednesday. Since Ash Wednesday is a day of prayer, fasting and abstinence, I ask that all Catholics in the Diocese of Fort Worth follow the Holy Father’s admonition and apply these penitential actions for the intentions of peace in Ukraine."

Complete Memorandum - February 24, 2022

Bishop Olson Pastoral Letter Regarding COVID-19 Omicron, Flu Season, and Continued Safety Protocols

Pastoral Letter - January 13, 2022

Carta Pastoral - 13 de enero de 2022

Referenced in the January 13 letter:

Celebration of Mass & Other Liturgical Celebrations 
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Parish Gatherings Outside of Mass
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Bishop Olson Pastoral Letter Regarding Proposed Mandates and Religious Exemptions for Covid-19 Vaccinations and a Proper Formation of Conscience

Pastoral Letter - September 28, 2021

Carta Pastoral - 28 de septiembre de 2021

Bishop Olson Decree Implementing the Motu Proprio, Traditionis Custodes, promulgated by Pope Francis on July 16, 2021

Pastoral Letter - September 1, 2021

Carta Pastoral - 1 de septiembre de 2021

Decree Implementing Motu Proprio, Traditionis Custodes

Pope’s Letter to the Bishops of the World

Motu Proprio, Traditionis Custodes

Annual Diocesan Appeal

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Scan this QR Code to go to the Diocesan page where you can make a donation to help the victims of the devastating wildfires in Eastland County, Texas. 

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