Saint Michael’s Catholic Parish

Canton Pennsylvania

Diocese of Scranton

About St. Michael's Catholic Parish

A Parish Family

Our parish is composed of three churches in 3 communities which together form Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Parish: St. Aloysius’ Church at the corner of Green Street and Division Alley, Ralston; St. John Nepomucene’s Church, 133 Exchange Street, Troy; and St. Michael’s Church, 107 North Washington Street, Canton. I hope you enjoy this introduction to our Parish. We would love to have you join us!

ST. MICHAEL’S PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

“As members of the parish community of Saint Michael, Saint John and Saint Aloysius, we are rooted in a relationship with Jesus Christ passed on to Our Holy Father and in communion with our Bishop. We joyfully proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and his real presence in the Eucharist. We serve the Lord through acts of faith, hope and charity by the graces given through the Sacraments. It is our intention to carry out this mission so that we may be the face of Jesus Christ in the world.”

Our Parish Activities include:

  1. Eucharistic Adoration in Saint Michael’s Church every Wednesday after the 5:30 pm Mass until 7 pm and First Fridays following the 7 am Mass until 7 pm.
  2. Holy Day Masses as scheduled

  3. Stations of the Cross during Lent

  4. The Light is ON for You during Lent

  5. Advent & Lenten Penance Services

  6. Saint Francis Blessing of the Animals

  7. Saint Patrick and Saint Nicholas parties

  8. May Crowning & May Devotions

  9. Fellowship in St. Michael’s Church hall following the 9:30 am Sunday Mass

  10. Graduation breakfast each Spring

  11. Vacation Bible School

  12. Basket Bingo, Christmas Bazaar, Chili Cook-off, and Apple & Cheese/Fall Fling Fruit Pie Sales

  13. Altar & Rosary Societies Harvest Dinners in October

  14. Knights of Columbus breakfasts and dinners at various times through the year.

AdorationIn addition to our regularly scheduled events, we have many special activities for Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter, which may be found in the weekly bulletins. If you would like to receive the bulletin electronically, e-mail the parish office and ask that you be added to the weekly e-mail distribution list.