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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

Holy Days: Please see Bulletin

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Fri -Sun: Closed

First Fridays

The first Friday Holy Mass Ad Orientem begins at 6:30 pm. Ad Orientem (Latin for "to the east") meaning during select parts of the Holy Mass the Priest and congregants will be facing the same direction. Join us for Holy Mass Ad Orientem followed by Adoration. Reconciliation begins at 5:30 - 6:15 pm.

First Friday Adoration 7:30 - 8:30 pm.


Friday           11:30 AM
Saturday        3:00 PM




Every Tuesday Main Church 5 to 6 pm

Followed by Benediction - Rosary and Holy Mass

Adoration Chapel to remain open



Tuesdays - 5 pm to 6 pm

Fridays - 11:30 am

(First Friday of the Month - 11:30 am & 5:30 pm)

Saturdays - 3 pm


Father Michael's Homilies

IV Sunday of Lent – March 11, 2018

We have been bit by a fiery serpent.  The antidote for the poison is found in Jesus; that whoever believes in Him, will have eternal Life.  Seeing that God is good, that God is Love…this is the antidote to that poison.

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III Sunday of Lent – March 4, 2018

The Love of Christ urges us on! The Eucharist is the source and summit of the sacraments, confirming who we are and who God is.  Our Father has chosen to save us as His family.  By His gift of the Body and Blood of Jesus, God confirms us as beloved sons and daughters, as well as beloved brothers and sisters, making His home in your heart and in your life!

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Second Sunday of Lent - February 25, 2018

Jesus’ whole life was aimed at saving people by His words, actions, and His touch. This is the foundation of the saving grace we now receive in the sacraments.  Father Peter explains that by the anointing of the Sick, Jesus continues to heal people today, touching us indirectly through the hands of the priest.  What Jesus did for countless people in Gospel times, He wants to do for us in modern times.

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Praise & Worship

Join us for a night of Praise & Worship.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 7:00 - 8:00 PM

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

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 or the drop down tab under Faith Formation. This program will begin Fall 2018 - Enroll your child by calling the Parish Office at 586-751-3340 x 311


The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation

A 24-part study featuring Jeff Cavins

The Bible Timeline is a fascinating study that will take you on a journey through the entire Bible. Go deep into each period of salvation history and discover the amazing story woven throughout all of Scripture. Learn the major people, places, and events of the Bible and see how they all come together to revel the remarkable story of our faith.

Begins Monday, January 15, 2018 - 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Call the Parish Office, 586-751-3340, to register


 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.


Archdiocese of Detroit

"Today no less than two millenia ago, there is no limit to what the Lord can do in our midst. His part is to clothe his Church with 'power from on high' for the accomplishment of her mission. Our part is to give him our wholehearted 'yes' – to let ourselves be transformed, guided and sent forth by the Holy Spirit, who is the 'principal agent of evangelization'."
– Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron Unleash the Gospel

To read more regarding the Pastoral letter on Archbishop Vigneron’s roadmap for the future of the Archdiocese of Detroit, go to

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


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!


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