The St. Michael’s Social Concerns Commission is broadly representative of the entire parish community and provides opportunities for parishioners to understand how charity and justice must come together in living the Gospel’s call for justice and the care of the poor and the hurting. SMSCC takes great care in discerning and prioritizing needs and responding to those needs through education, empowerment, community organizing, service and advocacy.
All parishioners are welcome and encouraged to get involved
We are all one human family, and we are responsible for the well-being of each other. This responsibility reaches across national, racial, ethnic, economic, and ideological differences. Indifference to the pain and suffering of others has no place in our interdependent society. We are all responsible for all.
Diocesan Social Action
Several times throughout the year, the St. Michael’s Social Concerns Commission holds informative gatherings to share the exciting happenings within the various ministries, review upcoming events, and provide guest speakers knowlegeable in social justice issues. These meetings typically include a presentation or discussion on a social concerns or social justice topic. SMSCC meetings are open to all parishioners.
Giving has always been a part of who Holy Angels is as a faith community. The St. Michael’s Fund is a special fund that provides our parish the opportunity to assist our brothers and sisters on a local, regional, national and international level, who find themselves unable to meet their basic needs. Anyone in our local community (an individual or family who might require financial assistance for food, clothing, transportation, medicine, or utilities) and any of the ministries we support who are genuinely in need are eligible. Your support enables our parish to share their own God-given resources and gifts with others
100% of the money received goes directly to people in need
Remember your contribution is tax deductibleStill have questions? Contact: The Parish Office (440) 708-0000.
Interested in helping or want to learn more? All are welcome to attend meetings or contact our director Donna Angelotti at (440) 708-0000.