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Letter From Father Michal

Catholic Mass – August 14, 2022 at St Raphael Parish

Dear Parishioners of Saint Raphael’s Church,Thank you for welcoming me as your new Administrator to your extraordinary church and beautiful community. I look forward to a warm and enduring relationship with all of you in the days, weeks, months, and years ahead. I have some large shoes to fill with the passing of Father Dennis Cooney and hope that I will not disappoint.

First, a word of introduction. My name is Father Michal Szyszka. I am from Poland and my last name, “Szyszka”, means “pinecone.” If you have a problem saying my last name you can call me Fr. Michal or Fr. Pinecone. I came to the U.S. in 2006 and this was a day when my big dream came true. I studied in the Seminary in Orchard Lake, Michigan. I was ordained a priest on May 21, 2011 at the Cathedral in Venice by Bishop Frank Dewane. My last four years I spent in Bradenton, at Ss. Peter and Paul Church with a wonderful Pastor, Father Mark Heuberger. And here am I, at Saint Raphel Catholic Church. What an honor. Yes, indeed, it is an honor for me to be your Administrator.

Let God’s mission be our mission. And together, let us do our very best to be part of that mission, building up God’s Kingdom here in this great community.

I thank God for all of you in my prayers and I do need your prayers, help and support. May the peace and grace of God be with you. God bless you!

Saint Raphael, pray for us! Amen.Yours in Christ,

South Broad Street Hamilton Nj 08610

St. Raphael Church

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Mass Times during COVID-19

  • Saturday8:00am – Rosary prior to Mass, 4:30pm – Vigil Mass
  • Sunday7:30am, 9:30am – Sign-Language Interpreted, 11:30am, 5:00pm – Life Teen Mass
  • Weekdays7:30am – Monday through Friday, Rosary prior to Mass, 12:00pm – Monday through Friday, Confession following Mass on Wednesdays and Fridays
  • Adoration12:00am – In the Chapel
  • ConfessionsSat: 3:00pm-4:00pm – Also, by appointment, Wed: 12:30pm-12:45pm – Also by appointment, Fri: 12:30pm-12:45pm – Also by appointment
  • DevotionsWeekdays: 7:00am-7:20am – Rosary prior to 7:30 am Mass, Monday through Friday, Sat: 7:30am-7:50am – Rosary prior to 8 am Mass

Welcome Back Into The Church

While masks are no longer required to be worn indoors, they are still highly recommended. We ask that you please be respectful of all, regardless of one’s choice to mask. If you are sick, exhibit COVID-19 symptoms, or you’re exposed to someone with COVID-19, please take precautions and stay home. Thank you for your understanding.

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Mass At Saint Raphael Parish

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The televised Mass is never a substitute . . . for the Sunday Mass celebrated within a parish faith community each week. However, televising the Mass is a ministry by which the Church uses modern technology to bring the Lord’s healing and comfort to those who cannot physically participate in the liturgical life of the local Church . . .

Welcome To Saint Raphael Parish

50th Anniversary of the First Mass

Saint Raphael Parish is a Catholic community located on the West Side of Manchester, New Hampshire. A parish entrusted to the care of the Benedictine monks of Saint Anselm Abbey, our core values are faith, humility, healing, hospitality, community and worship.

We are very happy that you have connected with us online and have found our parish website! We hope you will find helpful information on our website that will assist you in connecting with our parish community. If you are a member of Saint Raphael Parish, we hope this site will be a useful resource for you. If you are new to Saint Raphael Parish, we hope this website will be a helpful introduction to the life of our parish. And if you are searching for a parish community to call your home, we hope you will join us for any of our weekday or weekend Masses. Please contact our Pastor, to introduce yourself!

To register as a new parishioner of Saint Raphael Parish, click for our Parish Registration Form. Mail the completed form to our Parish Office at 103 Walker Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03102. Contact our Parish Office at 623-2604 with any questions!

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Welcome To St Raphael Church

We are a Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, serving Catholics in the Goleta Valley since 1896. The Angel Raphael brought healing to all he encountered. May Raphael carry God’s spiritual healing to this community and your soul. We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. at [email protected].

Temporary Parish Office Hours:

Monday – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Tuesday – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Wednesday – CLOSED Thursday – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Friday – 9:00 am – Noon Saturday – CLOSED Sunday – CLOSEDPlease wear a mask when approaching the office. We are happy to serve you at the door. We may be reached via phone and email outside of these hours.

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Preparing For A New Bishop

Parish News “In the Life of Our Community”

Our New Pastor: Stay connected to our community of faith! Mass is Livestreamed on weekendsand Holy Days.

Sign up for Email Notifications:Flocknote is a communication tool which we have been using on a limited basis for Faith Formation and Youth Ministry. We will be using it on a broader scope to send out important parish news and information. As a recipient you have varied levels of involvement from just receiving emails to setting up an account for texts and alerts from more specialized groups and activities within our parish. Recently we sent out notices about Mass Schedules. If you did not receive these: they may have gone into spam or junk mail, or we have an incorrect email or none on file.Emails will come from [email protected] with an OLVSTR.NET address.You can join by clicking on the parish appropriate link.


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