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Dearly Departed ~ Father of Ramona (Deacon Stan) Avery

Reuben Henry Taylor was born on May 7, 1927 to the union of Dollie Lee and Isaac Taylor in South Bend, IN. The family then moved to Macon, GA before settling back in South Bend. Reuben, affectionately known as Bubba, was the second of 14 children.

Reuben enlisted in the United States Navy in September 1945, and was honorably discharged in December 1947. He met, and soon married, the love of his life Roberta Rose on December 25, 1954. They moved to Detroit, MI and started their family, which included four beautiful children. Reuben retired from General Motors after 32 years. After retiring from GM he returned to the workforce, working for Shoreline East for another 20 years before retiring once more.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Rochelle Taylor; honorary son, Gregory Spann; great-granddaughter, Kortlynn; parents, Isaac and Dollie Taylor; brothers, Benner, Joseph, David, and Sanford Taylor; and sisters: Lena Beaver, Alice Milon, Ruth Johnson, and Grace Williams. 

Left behind to carry on his legacy is his wife of 64 years, Roberta Rose Taylor; children: Ramona (Stanley) Avery, Isaac (Bennettia) Taylor, and Rowena Taylor-Mills; grandchildren: Ayesha (Jason) Smith, Ayshiaki Taylor, Brandon (Louisa) Avery, Ayana Taylor, Subira (Juky) Louineus, Alyssea and Alexis Taylor-Mills; adopted as “granddad” to Nickie, Nina, and Stan II Avery; great-grandchildren: Tyler, Isaiah, Jameson, Charlotte, Xola, and Quest; sisters: Louise (Charles) Green and Mary Ann (Buford) Hilliard; and brothers: James (LaVonne) Taylor, Carl (Marilyn) Taylor, and Ben (Marlene) Taylor; and a host of other family and friends.

Visitation - Wednesday, July 17, 3:00 - 9:00pm at James H. Cole Funeral Home, 16100 Schaefer Hwy., Detroit

Funeral - Thursday, July 18, Family Hour: 12:30pm, Service: 1:00pm

Rest in peace, Reuben!

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Parish Picnic & Classic Car Show

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 Parish Picnic - Sunday, August 11, 2019

Noon - 5:00pm

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Good food. Great friends. Wonderful memories to be made!

Car show 2019 ~ Register to show off your car, truck or bike

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Hope to see you there!

Why choose a Catholic School

Archdiocese of Detroit Catholic schools offer a Christ-centered academically excellent education to help students unleash their full potential.

To be a place where each student's full potential is realized, our schools are committed to offering an academically excellent curriculum that goes beyond increasing their ability to score well on tests. It includes forming minds to think critically, solve problems, and understand the unique and individual strengths to prepare them to thrive in the world.

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Catholic Night at Comerica Park

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Come join us for a relaxing night of faith, fun and fellowship at the ballpark!
The Archdiocese of Detroit is hosting a Catholic Night at Comerica Park and all are welcome.
On Tuesday, September 10th, the Tigers will take on the Yankees at 6:45pm and we’d love to see you there. All parishes & parishioners in the archdiocese and beyond are invited for a night of fun and fellowship. Each ticket purchased includes a donation to Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan and also a limited-edition Detroit Tigers + Unleash the Gospel hat.
Don’t miss this great event, get your tickets today at utgdet.org/catholicnight

Pope Francis appoints new Bishop for Des Moines, USA

2019.07.18 cattedrale di Sant'Ambrogio a Des Moines e il vescovo Rev.do William Joensen

(Vatican News)  Bishop-elect Fr William Joensen will succeed Bishop Richard Pates, whose resignation from the pastoral governance of the Diocese of Des Moines was accepted by the Holy Father.

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Office Hours

PARISH & CEMETERY OFFICES
586.757.3306
Monday - Thursday .....9am - 3pm
Friday .....closed

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

RELIGIOUS FORMATION OFFICE
586.427.2759
586.427.2761
Tuesday & Thursday, September - April
10am - 7:30pm*
(*closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm)
Located in the Family Center at the St. Dorothy Site -Entrance on West side of building

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

Staff

Parish Claendar

C= St Clement campus church

D= St Dorothy campus church

GR= St Clement campus Great Room

SH= St Dorothy campus Family Center/Social Hall

O= Parish Office

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St Clement High School Records

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