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 ST. ALPHONSUS ~ ST. CLEMENT

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St. Alphonsus-St. Clement Parish

Resumption of Public Masses


The dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation for people living in or visiting the Archdiocese of Detroit is extended until Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021.

We encourage those who can to come and join your parish family in celebrating Mass on Sunday. Sunday Mass and keeping the Lord's Day holy, is still an obligation for all.

We ask you continue to use common sense, stay healthy and safe, and "repay the Lord for all of His goodness!

Click here for the latest information and Guidlines.


 

Coronavirus Resources Page


If you have been affected spiritually, economically, or mentally by the coronavirus pandemic, refer to this page for a list of resources.   Click HERE.


Mass Live-Stream


Mass is available each day via live-stream 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


Advent Schedule


December 8 Feast of The Immaculate Conception Our Lady Patroness of the United States Masses Times 
Dec. 7-Vigil Mass 7:00 pm
Dec. 8-Feast Day-9:00 am St. Alphonsus-St. Clement 
10:30 am Henry Ford Village Chapel 

The Light is On For YOU! Celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation any Saturday between 3:00 pm and 3:45 pm or call the office to schedule an appointment. Due to COVID, we will not have a specific Reconciliation outside of the Saturdays before Christmas. Come cleanse your soul in preparation to receive the Guest, the Christ Child, who comes to us at Christmas.


 

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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


 

Catholic Services Appeal


 Our 2020 CSA target is $43,933 and we have now raised $38,221-87% of our target. We still need your help to meet our goal. Please prayerfully consider making a donation to meet our goal.

Click HERE for more information.
Thank you and God bless your generosity.


 

St. Vincent DePaul Giving Tree, Food and Clothing Drive


During this global pandemic, the St. Vincent de Paul Society is seeking a safer way to help our neighbors in need during the holidays. This year, instead of putting up our usual Christmas Tree with gift requests from children in our community, the St. Alphonsus-St. Clement SVDP conference will distribute gift cards.

Click HERE for more information.


Annual St. Vincent De Paul Food Drive

The St. Vincent de Paul Society is kicking off its annual food drive this month.  We will distribute food boxes to those in need throughout the holiday season.  Click HERE for more information.


St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Donations

Those who wish to donate clothing to the thrift store may place securely fastened bags in the receptacle near Father Yagley Hall.

Thank you for your support!


 

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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

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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.


 

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