Couple Prayer Series: Together with Jesus
Archbishop Vigneron Calls for a Year of Prayer
The Evangelization Committee will be accepting story submissions starting December 8, 2013. Send your submissions by email to email@example.com. The subject line should read “Submission.” Or you can submit your story by mail to Evangelization Committee, ATTN: Submissions, 1062 Church St. Plymouth, MI 48170. The maximum word count is 1,500 words and submissions are due by Friday, February 28, 2014.
Please prayerfully consider sharing your story. There are those who need to hear about the love and mercy of Jesus and the true friendship one can have with our Lord and Savior.
In God’s love and peace,
New Beginnings is a support group for divorced Catholics. We will call upon the Holy Spirit to bring hope, healing, and a new beginning to those whose marriages have ended in divorce. Join us for an evening of discussion and prayer as we welcome guest speaker:
Pamela Haase, M.S., L.L.P.C.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
7:00-8:30 pm Speaker and Small Group Discussions
223 S. Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170
Join us for our regular monthly meeting featuring a guest speaker who will address topics central to the experience of divorced Catholics. The evening will begin with a talk by Pamela Haase followed by small group discussions providing attendees the opportunity to discuss issues related to divorce and faith in a safe, confidential, and prayerful environment.
Registration is now open for the April 5th Alpha Celebration/Come and See dinner.
You may register for the spring Alpha 201 sessions presented on DVD on Wednesday mornings beginning on April 9th using this link.
Consider attending the Called and Gifted Workshop, a 5 week program to help you discover your spiritual gifts.
Read the Catechism in a Year
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Both are free and life-changing. And also great to do with a group of friends. Both will be kicking off anew during the first week of Advent (so very soon!), so let's make sure we invite as many people to start from the beginning with us as possible!
Thank you and God bless you,
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- Weekend Masses [+]Saturday Mass - 4:00 PM
Sunday Masses - 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM
Life Teen Mass - Sunday 5:00 PM
On holiday weekends, the Life Teen Mass may not be held, so please check the parish online calendar of events for the most current schedule.
- Daily Masses [+]Daily Masses are celebrated in the Church at 6:30 AM and at 8:00 AM Monday through Friday and at 8:00 AM on Saturday.
The Blessed Sacrament is exposed from 7:00 AM until 8:00 AM Monday through Friday in the Church.
- Eucharistic Adoration-Day Chapel [+]The Day Chapel is open for 24 hour adoration with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 9 AM on Monday until 3 PM on Friday. A door code is needed for access during the hours that the church is locked, and may be obtained by visiting the parish office during normal business hours.
- Reconciliation [+]Private Reconciliation is celebrated every week on Thursday at 12 noon and at 2 PM on Saturday.
The Reconciliation Chapel is at the west side of the Day Chapel, with an additional Reconciliation Chapel in the church.
If you need to contact a priest in case of an emergency, please contact your local parish. If you are in the Plymouth, Michigan area you may call our parish office at (734) 453-0326 and follow the prompts.
Our mission is to teach the truth of the Gospel and to spread the Good News to all people so that we may share in God’s own abundant life. We strive to be a city on a hill that draws the lost and wayward to God. (Cf. Mt. 28: 18-20; Mt. 5: 14-16)