• Honoring St. Vincent de Paul
    • Pope Francis Quotes
      Poverty
      It means protecting people, showing loving concern for each and every person, especially children, the elderly, those in need, who are often the last we think about. (3/19/13)

      Jesus’ three questions to Peter about love are followed by three commands: feed my lambs, feed my sheep. Let us never forget that authentic power is service, and that the Pope too, when exercising power, must enter ever more fully into that service which has its radiant culmination on the Cross. He must be inspired by the lowly, concrete and faithful service which marked Saint Joseph and, like him, he must open his arms to protect all of God’s people and embrace with tender affection the whole of humanity, especially the poorest, the weakest, the least important, those whom Matthew lists in the final judgment on love: the hungry, the thirsty, the stranger, the naked, the sick and those in prison (cf. Mt 25:31-46). Only those who serve with love are able to protect! (3/19/13)

      Poverty that is learned with the humble, the poor, the sick and all those who are on the existential peripheries of life. Theoretical poverty is of no use to us. Poverty is learned by touching the flesh of the poor Christ, in the humble, the poor, the sick, in children. (5/8/13)
       
      Among our tasks as witnesses to the love of Christ is that of giving a voice to the cry of the poor, so that they are not abandoned to the laws of an economy that seems at times to treat people as mere consumers. (6/14/13)
       
      The proclamation of the Gospel is destined primarily to the poor, to those who often lack the essentials for a decent life. The good news is first announced to them, that God loves them before all others and comes to visit them through the acts of charity that the disciples of Christ carry out in his name. (6/18/13)
    • Our Faith...Our Future
    • Our Faith....Our Future
      FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & ANSWERS (Part IV)
      OUR FAITH… OUR FUTURE
      Diocese of Dallas Capital Campaign Fund of The Catholic Foundation

      Will my parish benefit from the Campaign?
       Bishop Farrell intends, with the consent of his Advisory Committee, unless otherwise restricted by a donor, to request that 30% of parish solicited funds raised by each parish up to the amount of its parish goal, and 70% of those funds over its goal, be distributed to that parish for its own approved  philanthropic purposes.

       Your help in responding to the calls being made by volunteers to introduce the campaign is appreciated.
      - Fr. Salvador
       
    • Nuestra Fe...Nuestro Futuro
    • Quasi-Parish
      Holy Family - Van Alstyne, Tx Website     Holy Family (Quasi-Parish)
           919 Spence Road ♦  P.O. Box 482
           Van Alstyne, Texas  75495  ♦ 903.482.6322
           Website: www.holyfamily-vanalstyne.org
            a Quasi-Parish served by St. Michael's
                      (Click for Mass Times)
       
    • Prayer For Our Priests

      Pray the Rosary For Our Priests
      "It is first of all necessary to let the Blessed Virgin take one by the hand to
      contemplate the Face of Christ:  a joyful, luminous, sorrowful and glorious Face.”



      Pope Benedict XVI

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    • Welcome To Our Parish
      Welcome to our parish, please (click here) to download our parish registration form.

      ¡Bienvenidos a la parroquia, (oprime aquí) para la forma de registro!

       
        Fr. Salvador Guzmán
        Pastor
       
       Fr. Eugene Azorji
          Parochial Vicar

      Permanent Deacons:
      Deacon George Polcer
      Deacon Federico Marquez
      Deacon John Rapier
      Deacon Patrick Hayes
      Deacon Sid Little
    • Directions & Office Hours
      Mailing Address: 411 Paula Road
      McKinney, Texas  75069
      Physical Address:  652 Redbud
      McKinney, Texas  75069
      General Email:  stmichael@stmichaelmckinney.org
      Main Phone:  972.542.4667  
      Fax: 972.542.4641

       

       
      Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

      Office is closed on Saturday & Sunday
    • Mass, Reconciliation & Adoration

      Weekend Masses
        Vigil Mass Saturday - 5pm (English)
       
      Sunday Masses / Misa Dominical
         Sunday 8:00am & 11:30am (English)
         Sunday 9:30am & 1:30pm (Spanish)

       
      Weekday Mass
      (Daily in Chapel) 
         Mon., Wed, & Fri 8:00am (English)
         Tues. & Thurs. 5:30pm (English)

       
      Reconciliation / Confessions 
         Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm
         Saturday 3:00pm - 4:00pm


      Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament 
         Thursday after 5:30pm Mass

      First Friday of Every Month
         from 8:30am - 12 noon (Chapel)

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    • Seniors Helping Seniors

      McKinney SHS is an all volunteer organization sponsored by local area churches and made up of senior volunteers whose mission is to help seniors and others in need in the McKinney community with minor home maintenance and repairs, with a key focus on safety issues.  The client must be the homeowner and occupant with the installation of safety aids such as grab bars, ramps and installation in a rental property requires written authorization from the residence owner.  There is no charge for the help that  we provide.
      For more information or to become a supporter or volunteer, please vist
      : http://www.mckinneyshs.org