Returning Catholics

I've been away for a while – where do I start?

Plugging into a new community can sometimes be daunting, but we’ll try our best to make you feel welcome! Here are a few places you might want to start:

Join us for a Sunday liturgy

Sundays at St. Angela Merici are a wonderful time to come together as a community and lift our hearts towards God. All are welcome! See our Mass times here. Not sure where we are located? Click here.

Register in the parish

Registering in the parish allows us to keep you up-to-date on parish happenings and helps us to know who we serve! Once you register, you will receive additional information about our community. Just click on the link below, download the form and fill it out online, then save and send to dataprocessor@samparish.org.

Join a parish group or volunteer!

St. Angela Merici offers a variety of ministries and activities. Click here or see our bulletin for more details.

Attend a parish event

Throughout the year we offer some signature parish-wide events that engage our members across the spectrum! Each August we hold a Parish Picnic where parishioners of all ages can gather socially before our younger parishioners head back to school. The beginning of Advent brings F.I.A.T., when nearly 300 Saint Angela Parishioners are sent across the city to active service, then gather for prayer and reflection. Plus there are opportunities for Adult Education and other gatherings throughout the year.

Browse our website or bulletin

Interested in seeing what our community has to offer? Feel free to browse other sections of our website, downloading our latest bulletin, or checking out our calendar.

Come talk to us!

Any member of our pastoral staff would be more than willing to set aside time to speak with you regarding any questions you may have or to simply welcome and get to know you.


Resources

Here are some websites and books you might find helpful along the way:

Catholics Come Home Website

Word on Fire's Faith Clips

United States Catholic Catechism for Adults by the United States Council for Catholic Bishops