4:00 pm at St. Michael
5:30 pm at St. Peter
7:30 am at St. Michael
9:00 am at St. Peter
10:30 am at St. Michael (Live Stream)
Tuesday 8:35 am at St. Michael
Wednesday 6:00 pm at St. Peter
Thursday 8:35 am at St. Michael
1st Thursday 6:00 pm at HGA Oratory
Friday 8:35 am at St. Michael
145 St. Michael Blvd.
Brookville, Indiana 47012
Our Secure Online Giving Site
The link above will take you to our secure online giving site which will allow you to complete the following transactions:
- Sunday Collections
- Special Collections
- Memorial Donations
- Register for upcoming Events and/or pay for fees involved
St. Michael's Chicken Dinner
St. Michael Mega Money Raffle
SMC Silent Auction
St. Peter Tractor, Seed & Soil Blessing
Drive your tractor or UTV, bring your corn, bean, or garden seeds, or a jar of soil. Fr. Vince will be blessing all of these in the parking lot right after Mass. Then we will move to the Community Building porch to enjoy some Skyline together. Be sure to RSVP for Skyline at the website on the flyer or by CLICKING HERE. (RSVP by Friday, April 16th; NO RSVP needed for the blessing.) Any Questions, email [email protected] Event hosted by Pastoral Council.
St. Michael Capital Campaigns
St. Michael's Capital Campaigns
One Faith. One Parish. One Future.
Pledged Donations Collected...$1,682,662.00
76.5 % Collected as of 2/19/2021
Fulfilling the Legacy
Fulfilling the Legacy
Funeral Mass Pre-Arrangements
For the Christian death is not an end, but a beginning. In death, the faithful follower truly lives with our Lord in eternal and blessed union.
At the time of mourning, it can be a great comfort to your family and friends to know that the readings, songs and other arrangements that are made for the celebration of Holy Mass and Christian Burial were specifically chosen by you.
The link above will let you print off the Funeral Mass Pre-Arrangement Book that you can use to help you plan your funeral Mass. File in pages 20-21 of this document and keep them in a place that is known to your immediate family.
Remember, it is the grace of being baptized Christian that upon death the Sacred Rite of Christian Burial should be celebrated. This is the desire of the Church.