dear visitors of the Michaelerkirche
Until 7 February 2021, there will be no services and events, and it is hoped that in responsibility we will help to minimise the spread of Covid19 until then.
However, you can count on us to worship daily in our monastery and to take your prayer requests with us.
You are welcome to let us know what is on your heart at the moment so that we can include it in the Eucharistic celebration.
Of course, the church is currently open daily from 7am to 8pm (Saturday/Sunday from 8am) for personal prayer.
With our website, we will be happy to stay in touch and share many a familiar thing that we have otherwise always celebrated together, at least through the media. You are cordially invited to visit here often.
We also ask you to contact www.katholisch.at/gottesdienste for information on when and how you can join in a service via the media.
In this time of crisis, we learn from each other whether we are prepared not to leave each other alone. For some this means: giving help to the weaker, for others: allowing help!
It is not a question of which is better: to implement the government’s guidelines or to trust in God to guide us. It could also be that God sends us doctors, virologists, politicians and many other helpers to guide us through this crisis. For he does nothing without us humans!
In anticipation of celebrating together,
the team of St Michael’s Parish
Opening hours of the church:
Daily from 7 am to 8 pm
Sundays and holidays from 8 am to 8 pm
Opening hours of the parish office:
Monday, Tuesday from 9 am to 12 am
Thursday, Friday from 9 am to 12 am
We ask for your understanding that party traffic should be reduced to a minimum until further notice and therefore ask you to contact us by phone (+43 1 5338000) or email (email@example.com).
Since 1923, the parish of St. Michael has been pastorally looked after by the Society of Salvatorians.
We offer tours of the church, of the crypt and of the cloister. Find out about St. Michael’s history in the online tour of the “moveable pulpits”.
We hope you take good impressions with you and like to come back to visit again and become a “Friend of St. Michael”.