Sunday Mass Times at St. Michael and Immaculate Conception Churches

Most Recent Update: September 17, 2016


 


Parish announcements for this week are on this page. You can read this week’s bulletin which lists any changes to our normal schedule here

NOTE: CCD CLASSES FOR FIRST COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION BEGIN SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17TH.  All children must be registered prior to this date in order to attend classes.TO REGISTER—Call the Rectory Office (215-739-2358). There will also be someone to register the children after the Sunday Masses on September 4th & 11th.

On Thursday, September 22 at the Cathedral there will be a Puerto Rican Celebration and Mass, beginning at 6:30 pm with the recitation of the rosary, followed by Mass at 7 p.m.  The homilist and celebrant will be Bishop Edward M. Deliman.

Para ver el sitio web en español, por favor haga clic aquí.

Normal Sunday Mass Times:

At St. Michael’s  Church  (1445 N 2nd Street (just south of Jefferson), Philadelphia, PA 19122): 8:30 a.m. (English) and 11:30 a.m. (Spanish). 

At Immaculate Conception Church (1020 N. Front Street (at Allen), Philadelphia, PA 19123): 10 a.m. (English)

  • Directions to either church by car or public transit or walking can be obtained by clicking on the church name above and entering your starting point and means of traveling.

You can download a .pdf copy of  the Vatican Document Amoris Laetitia in English here and in Spanish here.

  • For a booklet detailing the history of the churches in the parish and how to register as a member, please click  this link.   The booklet can be printed out using Adobe Reader.
  •  You can also read many prior bulletins and other publications related to the parish at this site.   To see information on the parish staff click this link.

For normal Holy Day and weekday/Saturday Mass times and the schedule for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, please see this link

   If you are on Facebook, please consider joining the St. Michael’s parish group on that site. 


6-28-15 Fr Chagala at IC after MassSt. Michael's Church and Rectory as seen from 2nd and Jefferson Streets.

6-28-15 Priest and Deacon at Prayer of Faithrul