Welcome

St. Raphael-Holy Angels Parish warmly welcomes you to our parish community. We want you to know you can find a spiritual home with us. We invite you to enjoy our website and find information about our worship services, school, Faith Formation programs and parish organizations.

St. Raphael-Holy Angels Parish is a place of hope and healing, the place people turn to in times of need. We are a community of caring, faithful Catholics dedicated to service, worship and prayer, religious education, and works of charity. We offer ministries for adults, elderly, youth and children where you can form new friendships to support and encourage you to a deeper relationship with Christ.

Welcome home! We look forward to meeting you and worshipping our Lord together. Contact us with any questions. Discover a purposeful and meaningful life, take an active part in our parish community. Click on the Ministries tab and see the many ways to get involved. By becoming the answer to someone’s prayer, we often find the answers to our own.

Click here to watch the slideshow of music from the St. Raphael-Holy Angels Music Ministry.


“And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?’ Then I said, ‘Here am I! Send me.’” (Isaiah 6:8)

Come witness this blessing! on Saturday, May 19, at 10:00 AM, our very own, Christopher Pinto, a cantor and member of our parish Music Ministry, will be ordained a transitional deacon by Bishop David O’Connell in St. Raphael Church. This is the stage to his becoming a priest for the Diocese of Trenton. Reception follows in the Gym.  Click for  Live streaming coverage by The Monitor or see on Diocese of Trenton and The Monitor.


Featured Ministry: Filipino Community

St. Raphael-Holy Angels is a welcoming, multicultural community. A vibrant part of our parish life is our Filipino community. The community gathers for liturgical and cultural events throughout the year. The group is connected with a network of other Filipino groups throughout the Diocese of Trenton. One of their initiatives is the Rosary Walk Garden located near the Pope John Paul II Spiritual Center.  It was dedicated in October 30, 2016 and quickly became a popular place for those seeking an outdoor haven to contemplate and pray.  The Filipino Community spearheaded the fundraising drive to create a place of rest and prayer for all in the parish, a place to gather and venerate the Blessed Mother that also beautified the grounds.  They decided on a design which focused on the Cross and the Blessed Mother, reflecting the wish of Father John Chang, the previous pastor.  Click here to read more.

This starts with a Holy Mass at 1:30 pm in St. Raphael Church, followed by procession around the neighborhood, and ends with a dinner/dance in the parish center.

This is also a fundraiser of the Filipino Ministry to maintain the Rosary Walk Garden, help the poor in the Philippines, and support other activities of the ministry in the parish.

Event pictures will also be  taken by The Monitor.


Congratulations to our CCD students on another successful year! We’d like to thank the parents for all they do to support their children in their religious development. We’d also like to thank our Music Director and Organist, Lori Hoos and Rob MacReynolds, for their involvement in our summer program.  Both our summer and traditional programs could not have been possible without the help of our Catechists and Aides! We appreciate the time and talent they bring to our classrooms.


“Go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature” Mark 16:15

Please prayerfully consider being a Catechist



Saints Corner


Archangels Mass, Sunday, May 20, 2018


St Raphael School Open Registration

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