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We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. Our parish mission is:"Our Lady of the Angels is a worshipping community dedicated to the education and spiritual growth of the whole parish family.  With guidance from the Holy Spirit we extend our Christian love to the community we serve.  We proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord with all our hearts and we welcome all to join us on our journey in following Him."



The trend in Wayne County for COVID cases has risen to place us at 'HIGH' risk. It is strongly recommended that we once again mask up, keep socially distant and, if you feel more comfortable, to stay home.

If you have not been vaccinated, please do so - it will help everyone in the long run. 

 If you have not been vaccinated and plan on attending Mass, the recommendations are not suggestions but manditory here at Our Lady of the Angels.

    A Few Words from Fr. Dariusz.


While reviewing today's readings, I realized that they have three common denominators.  In the Christian spirit, we are called to do all things in the spirit with the Spirit of Christ.  In other words,

  1. We are called to walk in the Christian spirit;
  2. We are called to do all things in the spirit;
  3. and we are called to walk with the Spirit of Christ.                                                                                                                                                                       ​​​​​​​    To walk in the Christian spirit involves the embracing of certain characteristics.  The first, and the most important, is the attribute of unity, all the members being of one spiritual mind.  Through unity, there is harmony.  Through harmony, there is strength.  Through strength, there is perseverance in the living faith.  And in the end, those who are joined in the Christian spirit, they achieve their goal, eternal life and salvation through Jesus Christ.

The second common factor that is found in all of today's readings is that we are called to do all things in the spirit.  Jesus said that the hour was coming, and was now here, when the true worshippers would worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father seeks such as these to worship him.  God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.

This gift of God, instituted through Jesus Christ in the New Covenant, fulfills the promises of the Old Testament.  During the Sacrament of Baptism, we received a new heart and a new human spirit. [Ezek. 11:19-20; 18:31] Through our new heart, we have become children of light.  We have been blessed with a spiritual mind that enables us to worship God in spirit and in truth.

The third common factor that is found in all three of today's readings is that we are called to walk with the Spirit of Christ.  When we walk with the Spirit of Christ, we shine in the fruit of the Spirit.  these are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

Those who walk with the Spirit of Christ are led by the Spirit.  Through the same Holy Spirit, we are drawn towards Jesus in the unity of the Christian Spirit.  Through the same Holy Spirit, we are sanctified in the likeness of Christ.  Through the same Holy Spirit, the works of God are manifested through our humble persons who are subjected to Christ in obedience and humility.

As Christians we are called to do all things in the Spirit with the Spirit of Christ.  Without the Spirit of Christ, we would be spiritually dead.

May the Holy Spirit fill you with His holy gifts.

May God bless all of us
Fr. Dariusz


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Is the weather looking bad and want to be notified if Mass is cancelled?

Would you like to be reminded of upcoming or changes of enents?

We are now offering a group messaging opportunities call Calling Post.

To register to be connected to this notification system, text 'Angels' to 24251.


Prayers for the Ukraine people

We must never grow tired of doing good” (Gal.6:9) and praying for peace. With the situation of conflict in Ukraine, let us join in prayer with our Holy Father Pope Francis and make the intention of our Ash Wednesday Fast for peace. May our Lord, who is always faithful, hear our prayers and grant peace in our world.

Let us pray to the Lord.


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