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Happy Easter!

I want to thank everyone who helped make our celebrations of this past Holy Week possible. This thank you includes everyone who was involved in any way, whether it was behind the scenes in decorating or preparing our worship sites to those who were visibly involved in our various celebrations, from our ministers at Mass to the wonderful contributions of our parish choir. I also want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who offered Easter cards and wishes to me. On behalf of the parish staff, I want to wish all of you a wonderful Easter celebration.

I do want to ask everyone to keep in our prayers the following individuals who came into full communion with the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil: Teresa Elizando, Emily Fulton, Mikala Gow, Marlene Johnston, Hannah Mitchell, and Ian Utykanski. Please remember to keep these, the newest members of our faith family, in your thoughts and prayers as they continue their journey of faith. 

May God bless our families on this joyous Easter Day.

Fr. Bob Bauer


Bible Study!

After this Lenten season, a new session of Bible Study will be starting.

Meetings will begin Wednesday, April 30  and run for 8 weeks through June 18.

7:00pm until 8:30pm in the St Dorothy Site Social Hall.

Thank you to the Education Commission and Deacon Ed Swartz!

Come join us and reflect on the Gospel of Luke.

We hope to see you there!!!

Altar Servers & Eucharistic Ministers Needed


The St. Clement and St. Dorothy sites need volunteers to serve. Both of these sites could use more altar servers at all the Masses.The St. Clement site is looking for volunteers to be Eucharistic Ministers. (Eucharistic Ministers should have made their Confirmation and are practicing Catholics.) 

If you would like to be trained to serve at Mass at either or both sites, please call Sr. Pat at 586-777-1135. God Bless You. 


Pope audience: Why do you seek the living among the dead






(Vatican Radio) Pilgrims thronged St. Peter’s Square, the long boulevard of Via della Conciliazione, spilling all the way down to the banks of the Tiber this Wednesday for Pope Francis' weekly general audience, the first of the Easter season. 

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Celebrating the Pope's feast day






(Vatican Radio) For the second year in a row here in the Vatican we're marking Saint George’s Day in a special way. For while Cardinal Bergoglio may have taken the name Francis as Pope, his Christian name is really Jorge , George to you and me. That’s why we've chosen to bring you a timely reflection for his Feast day on the 23rd of April.

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Canonization Vatican Briefing: The postulators talk about the two Popes






(Vatican Radio) Why are Popes John XXIII and John Paul II saints? That was the key question being asked at a briefing in the Vatican’s Press Hall on Tuesday that was attended by the postulators for the two Popes’ sainthood causes. The briefing kicked off a week of events in the Vatican leading up to Sunday’s canonization of Blessed John XXIII and Blessed John Paul II. 

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Mass Times

St Dorothy Site
Monday, Thursday & Friday .....8:30 am
St Clement Site
Tuesday .....8:30 am

St Clement Site
Saturday..... 4:00 pm
Sunday .....11:00 am
St Dorothy Site
Sunday .....9:00 am


Office Hours

Parish & Cemetery Office
Monday .....9am - 5pm*
Tuesday - Thursday .....9am - 4pm*
Friday closed
(*closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm)

St Clement High School Records:
Archdiocese of Detroit Archives
1234 Washington Blvd, 3rd Floor
Detroit, MI 48226-1875