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.

Building Our Future Together
Three-Year Pastoral Plan 2019 – 2021

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Lent: Prayer, Repentance, Fasting, Sacrifice, Works of  Love

“Yet even now,” says the Lord, “return to Me with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning;  and rend your hearts and not your garments.”  Return to the Lord, your God, for He is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love, and repents of evil.” Joel 2:12

From Bishop O’Connell: “During the days and weeks of penance that lie ahead — from Ash Wednesday, March 6, 2019 until Holy Thursday, April 18, 2019 — the Catholic Church throughout the world commemorates the penitential season of Lent. We enter the desert of Lent like Jesus, led by the Holy Spirit, to face our devils, our temptations head on. But we are not alone. The Lord Jesus Christ is with us. And so, too, is the Church, the entire community of faith observing Lent.

Here is what the Catholic Church in the United States requires of us as baptized Catholics:
1. The days of FAST (only one full meal) and ABSTINENCE (no meat) are Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. No dispensations are granted on these solemn days except for reason of sickness or those provided in canon law.
2. All other Fridays of Lent are days of ABSTINENCE (no meat).”




Saintly Stories

St Raphael School Open Registration


SRS Annual Tricky Tray is on Saturday, April 13
Open to the Public! 


Must be at least 21 to buy tickets and enter the event


STREAM Summer Camp Open to the Public!
Robotics, Engineering, Math, Science and summer fun, click image for more info


Open to St Raphael Faith Formation and St Raphael School students, click image to sign-up


  • Laboratory-based science classes