St. Joseph Roman
Catholic Church in downtown Detroit, Michigan, is a
diverse community called to witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We
welcome all to worship God with us in our historic German Gothic
church. Come visit us, and experience traditional worship in
St. Joseph's is
now part of the merged parish of Mother of Divine Mercy, which also includes Sweetest
Heart of Mary, and St.
Josaphat, under the administration of Fr. Grzegorz Tokarski.
St. Joseph's is still open, and according to the Archdiocese of Detroit, there is no plan to close any of the three churches.
Mass is still being held at all of them.
Mass temporarily moved due to repairs
For the next several weeks, St. Joseph Masses will be held at St. Josaphat Church at E. Canfield and I-375, due to modifications and repairs that need to be made to St. Joseph Church. Until late February or early March (an estimate), the Mass schedule will be as follows:
12:00 noon - English/Latin Novus Ordo
12:10 p.m. - English
Masses will return to St. Joseph's after protective walkways have been constructed at the church entrances.
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