Daily Mass Schedule

Saturday - 5:00PM Mass          Sunday - 9:00AM Mass & 11:00AM Mass

Monday & Tuesday Mornings - 9:00AM Communion Service
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Mornings - 9:00AM Mass

Reconciliation (Confession) on Saturdays at 11AM and 4:15PM,  or by appointment

 
Parish Council
If you would like to contact the Parish Council, 
please email us at 
PPCatholyspirit@gmail.com

Use this email to ask questions, make suggestions, or to request a presentation before the council. Someone will get back to you promptly. 
All comments will be addressed at the monthly meetings.


December 7

Dinner at 5:30pm

Advent Stations at 6:30pm


December 14

Dinner at 5:30pm

Advent Reconciliation at 6:30pm


December 21

Dinner at 5:30pm

Mass of the Longest Night at 6:30pm

Food, Fellowship & Faith

After dinner, join us for 1st-8th Grade Religious Education, 
High School Youth Group, and Adoration & Prayer



The Immaculate Conception Explained


 

"The Gospel is the message of the love of God who, in Jesus Christ, calls us to participate in his life.  Therefore, this is new evangelization:  to become conscious of the merciful love of the Father in order that we may become pure instruments of salvation for our brothers. "

-- From "People Expect the Church to Walk with Them and Bear Witness to the Faith," Pope Francis, May 29, 2015


We Have An Invitation For You 
We invite you to visit our St. John Paul II Perpetual Adoration Chapel! 

Find out more about our Adoration Chapel.
 
 


















Mission Statement
Guided by Christ's words, "Love one another as I have loved you," we are called to be a welcoming and ministering community that continues the mission of our Lord, Jesus Christ through worship, faith formation and service.

God's Love in Action

Pastors are always on the front lines of care, especially during times of crisis. There is always a need for ongoing, one-to-one care that pastors can not effectively meet by themselves.

If you are a good listener and a compassionate person, prayerfully consider becoming a Stephen Minister.


To view the Code of Conduct for volunteers or for information on how to report suspected abuse/neglect, click HERE to go to the Archdiocese of Detroit website and view the Safe Environments Policy.
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N.E.W. Adult 
Faith Sharing Schedule

We will be viewing presentations from “BELIEVE – Living the Story of the Bible to Become Like Jesus”, discussing how these teachings apply to our Catholic identity, and determining how we might personally apply them to our unique life situations.

Act like Jesus.  What should I do? 

December 21-Worship
January 4-Prayer
January 11-Bible Study
January 18-Single-Mindedness
January 25-Total Surrender
February 1-Biblical Community
February 8-Spiritual Gifts
February 15-Offering My Time
February 22-Giving My Resources

Bible Study

The Prophets: 
Messengers of God’s Mercy

“Lord, let there not be a lack of Prophets among your people.  Amen.”  Pope Francis

God Is Calling You to a Deeper Relationship With Him.

Click HERE for more information.

Youth Group

Bring a friend!

Wednesdays 6:30-8:30PM

If you have any questions, please contact Gloria at 
248-889-8447 or gloria@holyspirithighland.com
Knights of Columbus

An official youth group of the Michigan Knights of Columbus State Council

Girls ages 11-18 years

Visit their website here!


Squires Circle #5195

Official youth group of the Knights of Columbus

Young men 10-18 years  

Visit their website here!


Bottle Drive

Bring your bottles and cans into the church and put them in the receptacle located in the Narthex. 

The money collected will be put toward the Steubenville trip. The receptacles will be kept out year round to help fund this event.


What does the star on the sanctuary floor mean?

Click on the star!

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