A Franciscan Parish in the Archdiocese of Detroit

FROM THE DESK OF FR. JEFF

FROM THE DESK OF FR. JEFF

July 25, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 7/19/21

DURING THE NEXT SEVERAL SUNDAYS, THE GOSPELS WILL BE TAKEN FROM THE “BREAD OF LIFE DISCOURSE IN JOHN’S GOSPEL. WE WILL USE SOME RESOURCES ON THE EUCHARIST FROM THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI FOR REFLECTION.

MASS: “SOURCE & SUMMIT”

“The liturgy, in itself, is not only spontaneous prayer, but something ... Read More »

July 18, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 7/16/21

We welcome Sr. Nanette Zeimet SND, making an appeal for the missionary work of the Notre Dame Sisters. Their website tells of some of their nearby ministries: Cleveland, Ohio, was the first US address of the Sisters of Notre Dame when they arrived from Germany in 1874. After 85 ... Read More »

July 11, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 7/16/21

We are now a Family of Parishes with: Divine Providence Lithuanian, Southfield Our Lady of La Salette, Berkley Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Oak Park

We have scheduled events to help get to know one another a little better in July, August and September. The first Gathering is: Tuesday, ... Read More »

July 4, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 7/16/21

O God our Creator, from your provident hand we have received our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. You have called us as your people and given us the right and the duty to worship you, the only true God, and your Son, Jesus Christ. Through ... Read More »

June 27, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 7/16/21

Our Family of Parishes is effective July 1, 2021, just a few days from now.

We have scheduled events to help get to know one another a little better in July, August and September.

  The first Gathering is Tuesday, July 13, 7-9 PM at Our Lady of La ... Read More »

June 20, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 7/16/21

My first assignment in 1980 was to a parish in Galveston, Texas, and that was the first I heard of Juneteenth, because that year it became a holiday in Texas. What is Juneteenth? Juneteenth -- a blending of the words June and nineteenth -- is the oldest regular US ... Read More »

June 13, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 6/07/21

“Doggone it! Where is it? I know I put it somewhere!” Sound familiar? When something is lost, St. Anthony is a great saint to ask for help in finding whatever you are looking for. But who was Saint Anthony?

Anthony’s birth and baptismal name was Fernando Martins. He was ... Read More »

June 6, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 6/02/21

On this Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

We are very happy to celebrate with our First Communicants: Cameron Horton Justina Mwangonda Goodluck Mwangonda Christian Mwangonda Lucky Mkwe Angelina Rajput

May this be just the first of many communions with the Lord! Fr. Jeff

May 23, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 5/17/21

We would like to invite you to a series of Family of Parishes gatherings involving members of Transfiguration, Divine Providence Lithuanians, Our Lady of La Salette, and Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parishes. We are announcing them now so you can put them on your calendar. More information is ... Read More »

May 16, 2021

Posted by Sharon Myers on 5/10/21

In Saint Peter’s Square in 2013, Pope Francis spoke about how the Ascension is the culmination of Jesus’ earthly life (until he returns to us). The pontiff primarily focused on Luke 24:50-53, which recounts Jesus’ departure from his disciples and Blessed Mother by stating “While he blessed them, he ... Read More »

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