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Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday  -  April 17

Liturgy of the Lord’s Supper .....St. Clement Site

Good Friday  -  April 18

Stations of the Cross .....St. Clement Site

Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday .....St. Clement Site

 Holy Saturday  -  April 19

Blessing of Food .....10:00 am .....St. Clement Site

                               11:00 am .....St. Dorothy Site

Easter Vigil .....7:00 pm .....St. Clement Site

 EASTER SUNDAY  -  April 20

Liturgy .....9:00 am .....St. Dorothy Site

               11:00 am .....St. Clement Site


The Parish Office will close Thursday, April 17 at noon and reopen Monday, April 28 at 9:00 am

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 Francis: In the Cross we see the monstrosity of man and greatness of God’s mercy







(Vatican Radio) “In the Cross we see the monstrosity of man, when we allow ourselves to be guided by evil; but we also see the immensity of God's mercy who does not treat us according to our sins, but according to His mercy”. This was the message at the heart of Pope Francis’ brief unscripted address Friday evening as he presided at the traditional "Via Crucis", or Way of the Cross, service at Rome’s ancient Colosseum.

*Click here for full article

Holy Saturday: an empty day?







(Vatican Radio) - We bring you a reflection for Easter Saturday presented by Monsignor Peter Fleetwood.

In this brief reflection Monsignor Peter Fleetwood explains how the only time apart from occasional phrases in gospel readings that hell is mentioned in Church is when we recite the shorter version of the proclamation of faith, what we call the Apostle's Creed: "After Jesus was crucified, dead and buried, Christians have continued with the words: 'he descended into hell'. In other words after the crucifixion, death and burial of Jesus which we remember on Good Friday , the Apostle's Creed states that Jesus descended into hell before rising on Easter Sunday".

*Click here for full article 

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