St. Michael Catholic Church



Welcome to St. Michael Catholic Church in Wheaton, IL

History’s first recorded question was posed by our holy patron, Saint Michael the Archangel: “Who is like God?” In fact, the name “Michael” is the Hebrew transliteration of that very question. At the dawn of time it was asked rhetorically in response to Satan’s boast that he would make himself like God.

That same temptation – the desire to be like God – proved fatal for Adam and Eve. As a consequence, we, their descendants, must wrestle with that same temptation – to usurp God’s authority and decide for ourselves what is right or wrong. And so it is a question that I feel must be firmly answered in the minds of each and every person who enters these doors: “Who is like God?” 

As pastor of St. Michael Parish, I embrace as my top priority the responsibility of raising up new saints for God’s Kingdom; to come to know Jesus Christ – to experience his humility (especially in the sacrament of the Eucharist) and his mercy (especially in the sacrament of Reconciliation) – in such a way that the temptation to thrust Him aside and become “like God” ourselves ceases to hold any allure.

I wholeheartedly welcome you to St. Michael Parish, and invite you to come and experience for yourself what it means to be a beloved son or daughter of God Himself. Jesus said, “Behold, I stand at the door and knock” (Rev. 3:20). Our doors are open to you. Jesus Himself invites you. May you come and learn the answer to the world’s most ancient question: “Who is like God?”

In Christ,

Fr. Dan Hoehn, Pastor


Mass & Confession Times

Sunday Masses

5:00 pm - Saturday Vigil Mass
Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am,
   12:00 noon

Holy Days of Obligation

5:30 pm - Vigil Mass
6:30 am, 8:00 am, 12:15 pm,
    7:00 pm

Weekday Masses

Monday-Friday: 6:30 am, 8:00am
Saturday 8:00am

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Monday: 7:15 am-7:45 am
Tuesday: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm,
   6:00 pm-7:00 pm
Wednesday: 6:00 pm-7:00 pm
Thursday: 7:15 am-7:45 am
Saturday: 8:30 am-9:15 am,
   4:00 pm-4:45 pm


Ministry Leaders Parish Retreat - Saturday, October 22nd, 8am-12pm

The Parish Council would like to invite all those at our parish and school who are involved in volunteering/ministry work, including staff, and all those considering volunteering to join them at the first annual ministry leaders parish retreat. The retreat will offer an opportunity for prayer, reflection, and hopefully, a renewed sense of purpose to continue forward. There is no cost, but the council does ask those that plan to attend to contact the parish office at 630-665-2250 or email Barb Collins at in order to RSVP. 



Our parish's very own app is now available for iOS, Android, Windows phone, and tablets! Featuring parish news and upcoming events, Mass & Confession times, podcasts, and Catholic resources!


November 1, All Saints Day - Holy Day of Obligation
NO Vigil Mass
6:30am, 8:00am, 12:15pm, 7:00pm
The offices will be closed November 1.

November 2, All Souls Day
6:30am, 8:00am, 7:00pm




We are looking for 500 volunteers to commit to a weekly holy hour when our perpetual adoration chapel is completed in September.  Additionally, there is the need for substitutes and for volunteers to help coordinate the scheduling. Of course, even though you commit to an hour, understandably things come up, and so it is merely a matter of finding a substitute when you are not able to be present for your time slot. Please don’t let the possibility of an occasional conflict prevent you from signing up!

Please follow the link for our online signup, or contact coordinator Janet Piszyk at or call the parish office at 630-462-5000.


"Dear brothers and sisters, I have often thought of how the Church may render more clear her mission to be a witness to mercy; and we have to make this journey. It is a journey which begins with spiritual conversion. Therefore, I have decided to announce an Extraordinary Jubilee which has at its centre the mercy of God. It will be a Holy Year of Mercy. We want to live in the light of the word of the Lord: 'Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful' (cf. Lk 6:36). And this especially applies to confessors! So much mercy!

This Holy Year will commence on the next Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception and will conclude on Sunday, 20 November 2016, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe and living face of the Father's mercy. I entrust the organization of this Jubilee to the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization, in order that it may come to life as a new step on the Church’s journey in her mission to bring the Gospel of mercy to each person.

I am confident that the whole Church, which is in such need of mercy for we are sinners, will be able to find in this Jubilee the joy of rediscovering and rendering fruitful God’s mercy, with which we are all called to give comfort to every man and every woman of our time. Do not forget that God forgives all, and God forgives always. Let us never tire of asking forgiveness. Let us henceforth entrust this Year to the Mother of Mercy, that she turn her gaze upon us and watch over our journey: our penitential journey, our year-long journey with an open heart, to receive the indulgence of God, to receive the mercy of God."

~ Pope Francis      


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Interested in the Catholic Faith? Whether you are Baptized or not, are just starting to learn about the Catholic Church or have looked into joining the Church for years, we welcome you! Catholics enter into full communion though the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Eucharist, and Confirmation. Baptized Catholics who have been away from the Church or have not received these Sacraments are welcome to join our classes as well.