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San Miguel Catholic Church

403 El Camino Real, Socorro, NM 87801 * 575-835-2891
One of the Oldest Catholic Churches in the United States... Founded 1598

Welcome to San Miguel

Welcome to Old San Miguel Mission, the Catholic Church in Socorro, NM.

San Miguel is a vibrant parish in the heart of central New Mexico. Our mission is to strive to bring people closer to God. We, the faith filled members of the Parish and its Missions, part of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, find strength, unity and grace in the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. As the voices and hands of Jesus in our time, our purpose is to express God's grace by offering Christion Love and Service to each other and to everyone we meet. We reach out to the world in prayer, action and deeds in unity with the Holy Roman Catholic Church.

Announcements


 

Most Reverend John C. Wester,
Archbishop of Santa Fe,
has issued an open letter of apology
to the sexual abuse claimants
within the Archdiocese of Santa Fe

 

To View the Letter Click Here

 

To View the

Independent Compliance Audit regarding the

Archdiocese of Santa Fe Reporting Policies and Procedures

Click Here

 

 

The San Miguel & Missions Cemetery Guidelines are available

Click Here to View

   

 

We would like to stay in touch with you by contacting you via email or text message.

Please click here for instructions so you can stay in touch with what's going on at San Miguel.

 

Weekly Contributions

Although weekly collection has resumed during Mass, you can continue to make your weekly contribution online. Please click here to contribute.

 

If you want to Pray

While the church is locked during the day, those wishing to pray can come to the Guadalupe Chapel. The chapel is available from 10AM to 12 Noon and 1:30PM - 4:00PM, weekdays except Wednesday. You must wear a face mask and maintain the usual six feet of distance at all times.

The Guadalupe Chapel is located in the church offices. Please ring the doorbell for entry.

 

February 18, 2024
The First Sunday of Lent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary from Loyola Press

Are Your Body And Soul At War? - Bishop Robert Barron

The New Creation: Scott Hahn Reflects on the First Sunday of Lent

First Sunday of Lent - Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT)

Tempted, Yet Without Sin - Catholic Productions - Brant Pitre

Jesus' Descent Into Hell - Catholic Productons - Brant Pitre

The Season of Lent & The Temptations of Jesus - Catholic Productions - Brant Pitre

 

Masses - To view the Mass schedule including streamed Masses, please click here.

To view all videos on the San Miguel YouTube Channel, please click here.

Streamed Content Schedule

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Join
Join The Mass Readings Reviewed weekly video presentation

Each Friday at Noon in person at the Church Office Conference Room or via Zoom

Each Thursday at 6:30 PM via Zoom

Click here to Logon to Flocknote and join the Group "Mass Readings Reviewed"

 

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