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 ST. ALPHONSUS ~ ST. CLEMENT

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St. Alphonsus-St. Clement Parish

 

Online Mass from St. Alphonsus – St. Clement

We are thankful that so many parishioners are returning to mass. For those who are unable to attend mass in person we are continuing to livestream mass every weekend so you can remain connected with our parish family by participating in the mass online.

The 4:00 PM Saturday and 9:00 AM Sunday masses can be seen on our YouTube channel.  To view the current week’s masses or previously recorded masses click below for links to the livestream mass:


Rosary



Online Giving


During this pandemic St. Alphonsus-St. Clement still needs your support. We still have a need to pay our staff, maintain the church building and, importantly, continue our outreach ministries. We ask that, to the best of your ability, you continue to make your weekly offertory donations, either by mailing them to the Parish at 7469 Calhoun, Dearborn, MI 48126, dropping them off in the office mail box, or making an Online Donation.

Online Giving


 

CSA 2022

Thank you to those of you who have already made a 2022 CSA pledge as this ensures we Fuel the Mission to witness Christ as His disciples. Fr. Kerner and Fr. Deters are asking all parishioners to join them in contributing to this year’s Catholic Services Appeal. If we all give, we will easily meet St. Alphonsus-St. Clement's 2022 CSA target of $41,346, which is our parish share of the support for the CSA-funded ministries, programs, and services. Any gifts we receive over our target will be returned to our parish in full. We plan to use our CSA refund to repair the concrete around the church, fix the chronic church roof leaks and address interior water damage from the leaks. If, however, we do not meet this target, we will have to make up the shortfall from our general fund. 

If you are still prayerfully considering your CSA pledge, you may mail your completed pledge card in the pre-addressed envelope that is provide you. You may also pledge your gift to our parish campaign by giving online at givecsa.org. If you need information or have questions about the Catholic Services Appeal, please call the parish office or Archdiocese Donor Services at (313) 596-7400.

Thank you again for helping to Fuel the Mission to witness Christ.

Click below for more information.

From the Administrator’s Desk

March 16, 2022

I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself to all the parishioners of St. AlphonsusSt. Clement. Archbishop Vigneron appointed me your temporary Administrator to fill the pastoral vacancy resulting from Fr. Linus returning home to serve his bishop in his home diocese of Meru. Fr. Linus lives a dedicated commitment to the Church and to his priestly ministry wherever the Lord has called him to serve. I am sure he remains in your prayers daily. I am no stranger to Dearborn, having arrived in town in 2006. I served as pastor of both St. Martha and St. Joseph churches which later merged in 2013 and took the new name of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, the first native American to be canonized. It is a vibrant parish with plenty of Lenten services and activities and I invite you to visit. Just go to our website for more information. It is truly a privilege to serve in the administration of St. Alphonsus-St. Clement Parish. The church of St. Alphonsus is a significant presence in Dearborn and will continue to be as it approaches in a few short years the 100th anniversary of its construction. There is no reason why the church building cannot continue to be a beautiful statement of Catholicism and the heritage of Faith it has nourished for generations. With my duties as pastor of St. Kateri and Moderator of our Family of Parishes, I must rely on Fr. Greg Deters and visiting priests to help celebrate masses and sacramental ministry. The parish is also blessed to have a very loyal and competent staff to manage the daily operations and maintain our property. For them I a most grateful. I would only hope that all our parishioners feel the same appreciation and continue to support generously St. Alphonsus-St. Clement Parish. Your faith is strong and blessed with a rich history of devotion. May it continue to flourish well into the future. Let us all enjoy our Lenten practices and our common journey to Easter!

Fr. Terry Kerner

Administrator - St. Alphonsus-St. Clement Parish


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Archdiocese Live-Stream


Mass is available each day via live-stream from other parishes and other media channels. You can find these on link below: 

Link to Live Stream Masses


Previously recorded masses and rosaries from Blessed Sacrament Cathedral can be seen at this link:

Archdiocese of Detroit Live-stream Archive


Detroit Priestly Vocations

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Office Hours

ST- ALPHONSUS~ST. CLEMENT PARISH
Parish Office: 7469 Calhoun St., Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: (313) 581-5218 ~ 581-7495
Fax: (313) 581-4233
Email: [email protected]

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday – Thursday
9:00AM - 3:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon

Church address: 13540 Gould St., Dearborn, MI 48126

HENRY FORD VILLAGE CHAPEL:
15101 Ford Rd., Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: (313) 846-7712 ext. 1121

Mass Times

WEEKEND MASS TIMES
St. Alphonsus ~ St. Clement

Saturday 4:00 pm (Confessions @ 3pm)
Sunday 9:00 am & 11:00 am

Sunday 9:00 am
@ Henry Ford Village Chapel

WEEKDAY MASS TIMES

Monday 8:30 am
Tuesday 8:30 am

Tuesday 2:30 pm
@ Henry Ford Village Chapel

Thursday 8:30 am
Friday 8:30 am

Henry Ford Village: Part of our Family in Faith


 

Our Priests

Families of Parishes

Led by the Spirit on Mission A Pastoral Note from Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron on Families of Parishes (November 22, 2020)

Archbishop Vigneron Letter regarding Families of Parishes

Families of Parishes Website

Article on Detroit Catholic website

Sent on Mission is the next phase of our movement to Unleash the Gospel throughout southeast Michigan and beyond. It is the continuation of the work of the Holy Spirit to move us from maintenance to mission. It is our effort to realize the fruit of Synod 16 where the Holy Spirit spoke through the faithful in the Archdiocese of Detroit.  Over the next two years, all parishes of the Archdiocese of Detroit will join other parishes in new groupings called “families of parishes.” Families of parishes are groups of parishes, generally three to six, sharing resources to advance the mission, including having multiple priests and deacons serving the family of parishes. This new model will allow the priests, deacons, and lay staff associated with each parish to better share their gifts and talents with the whole family of parishes. This is a significant change of the way our parishes are currently structured, but a necessary step in our missionary transformation. Just like the early Church and the missionary activity of the early apostles, the transition to this new structure will require docility to the Holy Spirit, a spirit of collaboration and innovation, and confidence in God who continues to lead us in our mission to unleash the Gospel in southeast Michigan.


 

Parish Photo Gallery

  • Vatican International Exhibit of Eucharistic Miracles, December 12 -15, 2019
  • Vatican International Exhibit of Eucharistic Miracles, December 12 -15, 2019
  • Vatican International Exhibit of Eucharistic Miracles, December 12 -15, 2019
  • Vatican International Exhibit of Eucharistic Miracles, December 12 -15, 2019
  • Vatican International Exhibit of Eucharistic Miracles, December 12 -15, 2019
  • Mass at the Henry Ford Village chapel
  • Mass at the Henry Ford Village chapel
  • Mass at the Henry Ford Village chapel
  • Mass at the Henry Ford Village chapel
  • The Rosary Group
  • The Rosary Group
  • Fr. Aaron with "Deacon Duffy"
  • Choir, Christmas 2017
  • St Alphonsus at night Easter 2016
  • Closing Mass at St. Clement
  • Lighting the candle, Easter 2017

Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022

  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Swahili Mass, Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022
  • Fr. Linus Farewell, January 2022

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