"So?" (I heard you!)
Well, I recognized the name partly because of trips to Calvary Cemetery in St Cloud as a Find a Grave volunteer. 95% of the headstones there are 'normal' size, like those in the Buckman cemetery, but there are a few statues on prominent graves, one of which could be our statue's sterner, buffer, more colorless brother. There he is, treading on his own dragon, over the MAJERUS family plot.
I suspect Mike Majerus heard the story of how the church was named from our Luxemburger great grandfather, Mike Sand: The naming rights were given to the highest bid, which was $65.00, contributed by Michael Osterich and Michael Sand of Buckman. How could Michael Majerus resist?
BTW, here's a bonus St Michael's fact: The large bell in the steeple was baptized Catherine, after Mrs. Anton Otremba (our great grandmothers' parents). Her husband had donated the bell for the original church in 1881, and 20 years later, she donated the second bell. They both
still ring from St Michael's belfry today. Isn't that cool?