Forming  a  United  Front  For  Jesus  and  HIS  Church

Encounter + Grow + Witness

Mass Times

Saturday 4:00PM
Sunday 9:30AM 11:30AM
Monday 12:00PM
Tuesday 6:30PM
Wednesday 12:00PM
Thursday 12:00PM
Friday 12:00PM
(First Friday of the Month 6:30PM also)

Holy Days: Please see Bulletin

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Fri -Sun: Closed

Adoration/Reconciliation

ADORATION

Every Tuesday Main Church 5 to 6 pm

Followed by Benediction - Rosary and Holy Mass

 

 

      RECONCILIATION    

Tuesdays - 5 pm to 6 pm

Fridays - 11:30 am

                              Saturdays - 3 pm

Father Michael's Homilies

V Sunday in Ordinary Time - February 10th, 2019

Let us follow our Archbishop’s lead to “Unleash the Gospel!”  The love that we celebrate on the altar demands to be shared.  Jesus is longing for you to welcome Him into your boat so that He can be known by others through you.  God asks, “Whom shall I send?”  Our answer is: “Here I am, Lord!”

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IV Sunday in Ordinary Time – February 3rd, 2019

Is it easier to forgive, or to seek forgiveness?  To forgive is to call on the Lord’s strength in order to love the offender.  When we ask God to help us to forgive, we are making the choice to love, and God supplies the grace.  The same mercy we show others when we forgive, is rendered Divine in the sacrament of reconciliation.

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III Sunday in Ordinary Time – January 27, 2019

So often our attitudes, our behavior and our actions are influenced by the people with whom we speak.  The more we speak with the Lord, the more our hearts move towards Him.  Our mission in life is to continue the work of salvation begun by Our Savior, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.

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Praise & Worship

Join us for a night of Praise & Worship.


TUESDAY EVENINGS FROM

7:00 - 8:00 PM

2019 Dates

February 19  ~  March 19

May 21  ~  June 18

 

I will praise You, O Lord my God with my whole heart; I will glorify your name forever. - Psalm 86:12

A Strong Reliance on Daily Prayer

Jesus the Good Shepherd with a special prayer on the back is wonderful way to participate in communal prayer. I am asking all of you to pray this prayer every day at 6:00 p.m. May we lift our eyes to Heaven asking our Loving Lord to work in our midst, to touch the lives of our neighbors and families. 

In Jesus and Mary,

Fr. Michael


Jesus,

please have compassion on us and on our neighbors, on all those who live and work in our community. Jesus, please cast a gaze of love upon all of us: speak a word of power and authority over our lives, our homes, neighborhoods and businesses. Jesus, please heal our wounds, break our chains, forgive our sins, wash us, cover us, and protect us with Your Most Precious Blood. Jesus, may our hearts burn with the very same compassion You have for our neighbors and together may we lead them back to our Father’s loving embrace!

Amen

Staff

The Beauty of Belief

     

We are proud to announce that Sacred Heart Major Seminary is launching a free online course designed for the everyday Catholic seeking to grow and discover the beauty of the Catholic Faith. Our first open, online, non-credit course, Beauty of Belief, will feature some of our most respected faculty members and take students on a journey covering six key theological themes and how these unique characteristics radiate the beauty of Christ and his Church.

Dr. Ralph Martin - Beauty of Truth

Dr. Mary Healy - Beauty of Scripture

Dr. Robert Fastiggi - Beauty of Church

Dr. Janet Smith - Beauty of Virtue

Dr. Patricia Cooney-Hathaway - Beauty of Spirituality

Fr. Pieter VanRooyen - Beauty of Hope

This course is not intended to be academically strenuous, and is instead designed to provide a shallow entry point for those seeking enrichment who may have busy lives and need flexibility. This is a perfect activity to prepare and nourish you through the Lenten season. 

Beauty of Belief will launch on

March 11 and run through Lent ending on April 20th.

For more information contact Sacred Heart Major Seminary

Bible Study

                                

Do you understand the meaning behind the parts of the Mass? In his video-based study A Biblical Walk Through the Mass, Dr. Edward Sri explores the roots of the words and gestures we experience at Mass and explains their profound significance. In this study, you will come to know and understand the Mass as never before, leading you to a richer, more fruitful worship experience.

Join us for A Biblical Walk Through the Mass on Mondays,

beginning March 11 through April 8, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm

To register for the study,

call the Parish Office, (586) 751-3340

Book fee: $10 due the first night of the bible study

Alpha

 Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith, in a friendly, open and informal environment, usually over a meal. Alpha is no-cost, no-pressure and no-commitment. More than 4,000 Alpha courses have been run around the world, including in many Catholic parishes in the Archdiocese of Detroit and here at St. Louise de Marillac.

Alpha began January 30 at 7 pm. Still time to join. Click here to register:

Hosts and Helpers - https://sldm.wufoo.com/forms/q1gpuxmg0z98hm3/

Alpha Guests - https://sldm.wufoo.com/forms/q50zdhw1o552z4/

 

 

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Faith Formation for Kids

This new Montessori-based program will be offered for two levels:

Level One: 3-6 year olds     Level Two: 7-9 year olds

To learn more about this exciting new program, go to www.cgsusa.org or the drop down tab under Faith Formation. Enroll your child by calling the Parish Office at 586-751-3340 x 311

WeShare Online Giving


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