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SAVE OUR STEEPLES!
(and stones)

Two of our parish's churches
are in urgent need of repair
to their steeples.
Please download a flyer
to read about the situation,
and then PLEASE DONATE
to their restoration.

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Members of the community need our help!

   


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 magnificent surroundings.

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.


Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday, April 2, 2015
6 p.m. Latin Novus Ordo Mass with Bishop Donald Hanchon
Missa Collegium Regale (Kyrie, Gloria) – Harold Darke
Missa Octavi Toni (Sanctus, Agnus Dei) – Orlando di Lasso
If Ye Love Me – Thomas Tallis
Ubi caritas – Maurice Durufle
Ave Verum – William Byrd
O Bone Jesu – Marco Antonio Ingegneri

Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015
Noon Latin Novus Ordo Mass with Chamber Orchestra
Missa Brevis in F – Franz Joseph Haydn
Haec Dies – Ludovico Viadana
O Quam Gloriosum – Tomas Luis de Victoria
Cantique de Jean Racine – Gabriel Fauré



New Music Schedule
Spring 2015 through Pentecost Sunday
For details on music at the Masses this spring, click here.



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