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.

Parish Vision
The Holy Spirit is here. Come home.

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

Saturday, March 9th
Family Session from 2:45 - 5:00pm
Adult Session (18 years old and up) from 6:30pm-Midnight

The 4th Annual Highland Celtic Festival. 
This year's festival will be packed with live entertainment: Pictus, 
Mudd Men, Flint Scottish Pipe Band, Michigan Irish Dance Company, 
Miller Mittig Scottish Highland Dancers.

Traditional Celtic buffet at the Adult session by Dukes of Highland 
available a la carte $12 or inclusive ticket pricing available. Shepard's Pie, 
Corn Beef and Cabbage, Cullen Skink, Irish Soda Bread

Please visit the Eventbrite site for more information and to purchase tickets.

Wednesday - February 20
Meal: Mostaccioli
Service: Master Plan Update

Please RSVP by signing up at the Information Station
or by calling the Main Office.

The Meaning of  "I Love You"

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.

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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6-Day Challenge

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Unleash the Gospel

At Pentecost 2017, Archbishop Vigneron released the post-Synod Pastoral Letter titled Unleash the Gospel – a clear vision for the future of the Archdiocese of Detroit as an outward, mission-focused Church. This landmark letter followed a three-year spiritual renewal in preparing for a missionary transformation of the Archdiocese and the Church of Detroit.

As a local Church in motion, we are resolved to follow the guidance of the Holy Spirit and become a band of joyful missionary disciples. We accept that this conversion requires a change in our culture such that every person, through a personal encounter with Christ, is formed as Christ’s disciple and sent forth to give witness to the Gospel, strengthen their faith and bring hearts to Jesus.

Click HERE to read
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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 Daughters in the Light of Mary, for girls ages 11-18.

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