Our Parish doors are open for Mass.   Please realize that while we are excited to be returning to public liturgy, COVID-19 is still with us and things are going to look different.

The general obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation (including the anticipatory Mass at 4:00pm or later on the previous day) is to be reinstated in the Archdiocese of Detroit effective Saturday, March 13, 2021.

Considering the grave obligation we have of being physically present with our brothers and sisters at Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation for the Eucharist, each of us is asked to make a good and sincere judgement as to whether these circumstances apply or not. Where doubt or confusion persists, consult any priest for clarity.

 All those who are over the age of 65, with a compromised health condition, or caring for the sick in any way are encouraged to stay home. Anyone who is ill, has a fever, cough or has any apprehension of being in a public forum should definitely stay home.

Click the “Reopening Procedures” link for the full procedures list. You MUST read this before returning to Mass.

Come Home to Hope

Please watch these videos as you prepare to return home to Mass.


10:00 A.M. MASS

Doors open at 9:15 A.M.

NO ONE will be permitted to enter before that time.


Fr. Parker’s weekly Gospel Reflection  videos will still be available online on Sunday mornings.

Click here to view the latest videos.


Please arrive 20-30 minutes before Mass begins to stand in line, while observing social distancing.


The Livernois doors of the church will open at 9:15 a.m. on Sundays.


Ushers will seat your household. You must wait to be escorted.

The church will be seated to fill the open pews from front to back.



 Please bring your own hand sanitizer to use before and after receiving Holy Communion. 

   Do not use sanitizer reserved for the priest and minister.

Masks and face coverings are required on campus and during Mass for everyone over the age of 2 years old.

Masks must cover your nose and mouth.

The restrooms in the back of the Church will be open for emergencies only.

Please use the bathroom at home before arriving.

Social distancing is to be maintained.

Pews will be taped off.


After the final Mass blessing, parishioners must remain in their pew.

Ushers will dismiss each pew.

Please be patient with our senior parishioners who may move slower.


In order to comply with safety guidelines, no one will be allowed to leave Mass early (before the final blessing).

Due to social distancing rules, the Activity Hall will be closed until further notice.