Archdiocese of Detroit ~ Coronavirus Update

Liturgical Directives Extended until April 30

Following the most recent guidelines from government officials and healthcare experts to extend the time period for social distancing, the liturgical directives and the directives regarding confession and general absolution, both issued by Archbishop Vigneron on March 23, 2020, are to remain in place through April 30, 2020. 

The office will remain closed to visitors until Monday, May 4, 2020. We will be monitoring our emails and phones remotely until then. 

 

For the latest information on our local Catholic Church’s response, please visit www.aod.org/emergencyresponse.

You can watch Sunday Mass at Noon from the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament presided by Archbishop Alan Vigneron by clicking this link https://www.aod.org/livemasses

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Pope at Audience: 'Contemplate the Cross' during the Easter Triduum'rom unjust sentences

Pope Francis holds the weekly General Audience in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace inviting the faithful to contemplate the Cross

(Vatican News)  Pope Francis addresses the faithful during the General Audience with an invitation to live Holy Week and the Triduum as "one great domestic liturgy", looking to the crucified Lord and meditating on the words of the Gospels.

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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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