Welcome to our St Clement Site

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Mass Times

DAILY MASS
Monday
St Dorothy Site .....8:30am
Tuesday
St Clement Site .....8:30am
Wednesday
... NO Mass
Thursday
St Dorothy Site .....8:30am
Friday
St Dorothy Site .....8:30am

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

Welcome to our St Dorothy Site

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A word from Father Bob

   

 

In the Greek language, the word Eucharist means thanksgiving. This weekend we have good reason to give thanks because our parish is celebrating First Holy Communion. I congratulate all our First Communicants and their families and I want to thank our teachers who have helped prepare our children for this special day. These young people and their families have been preparing at school, in our religious education program, and in their homes for this very significant day in their lives. The excitement and anticipation we see in their eyes reminds us of the similar excitement we should feel when we receive Holy Communion.

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Celebration of the Journey

 

Congratulations to our newly confirmed 8th graders! May God bless your continued journey in the faith.

Our 2nd graders will be receiving their First Holy Communion this Sunday, May 3rd, at 9 am at our St Dorothy site. 

Join us in the celebration.

Rediscovering the Beauty and Power of Catholicism


Have you grown up Catholic but feel that there is so much more to learn about your faith? 

The presentation is between 7:00 and 8:30 PM at 
St. John Vianney Church in the church.

May 5    Eucharistic Adoration - Dcn. Mike Houghton (in church)

This last session will consist of a talk and time for Q&A. There is no charge. This adult formation opportunity is open to all. 

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A Concert Experience!

Concerts run from April 16 - May 16, 2015

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Pope celebrates Sunday Mass at Roman parish

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Sunday celebrated Mass at the Roman parish of Regina Pacis (Queen of Peace) in the suburb of Ostia. During his homily on the day’s Gospel, the Pope focused on the words of Christ at the Last Supper: “Remain with me.” The Christian life, he said, consists precisely in remaining in Jesus. “To remain in Jesus means to be united to Him, to receive life from Him, to receive love from Him, to receive the Holy Spirit from Him.”

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Office Hours

PARISH & CEMETERY OFFICES
586.757.3306
Monday .....9am - 5pm*
Tuesday - Thursday .....9am - 4pm*
Friday .....closed
(*closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm)

ST CLEMENT CEMETERY
Open every day .....9am - 4pm

RELIGIOUS FORMATION OFFICE
586.427.2759
586.427.2761
Tuesday & Thursday, September - May
9am - 7:30pm*
(*closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm)
Located in the Family Center at the St. Dorothy Site -Entrance on West side of building

St Clement High School Records

St Clement High School records and transcripts are stored at the Archdiocese of Detroit Archives...

12 State Street
Detroit, MI 48226-1823
ph. 313-237-5846   fax 313-596-7199
archives@aod.org

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