Welcome to the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit
The Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit will follow all archdiocesan protocols regarding COVID-19. More information is here.
Rediscover Jesus – Beginning August 2, 2020
Who am I? Who is God? What am I here for? What matters most? What matters least? If you have been asking yourself these questions lately, do we have something for you! It is called “Rediscover Jesus,” where we discover the answers to these questions by encountering Jesus. He longs to help us discover deeply personal answers to our deeply personal questions.
This is a video-based program where each day for 40 days, you will receive an email with a brief video covering a section of “Rediscover Jesus.” You can choose to receive your video in English or Spanish.
In as little as 10 minutes a day, these short inspiring videos will invite you to encounter Jesus in a deeply personal way.
You will receive links to participate in small group discussions via Zoom every Friday at 7 p.m. in English and 7 p.m. in Spanish. Email Deacon Ken Fry for more information or to sign up for the small group discussion at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young adults! Join us in person or on Facebook Live for a talk with Sr. Desiré. We will meet in the driveway outside the Ste. Anne parish office for chat, dinner and community. Bring a chair! Contact Fr. Ryan at email@example.com with questions. This event is free and no registration is required.
All Witness to Love engaged and mentor couples are invited to join Dennis and Rose Wingfield for a special day at the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit in the Upper Meeting Hall. Advanced registration is required.
$80/engaged couple, $40/mentor couple
Free with marriage prep at Ste. Anne and Most Holy Trinity
Includes breakfast and lunch.
For more information, contact Dennis & Rose at info@CallingCouplesToChrist.org or 248-912-7860.
Register for September 12 – Expect to be in-person event
Register for November 7 – Expect to be in-person event
Basilica Celebration Mass – Sunday, September 20 @ 12 noon
Archbishop Vigneron will preside at a Mass celebrating Ste. Anne Church being named a minor basilica on Sunday, September 20 at 12 noon This will be an historic event for our parish and the Archdiocese. Though we do not know if there will be any restrictions on attendance, we will be live streaming the Mass. We will keep you informed as plans develop during the summer.
This work is rarely performed in metropolitan Detroit, let alone the United States, and has been described as a profound meditation on the grief and loss that the Virgin Mary experienced as she stood at the cross where her son, Jesus, was crucified. Dvořák composed this piece immediately following the loss of three of his children. The opening sense of “speechlessness” is followed by a pouring out of emotion and concludes with an optimistic finale. The listener takes a musical journey filled with the emotion and grief of Dvořák.
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Young adults—18 and over—is it difficult to find a priest for spiritual direction, confessions, or simply to answer your questions you have? Many times you have to make an appointment. Well, we at Most Holy Trinity are offering an opportunity for confessions, spiritual direction, and time to answer questions with a priest without an appointment—just come in. Every first Friday of the month from 6-9 p.m. at Most Holy Trinity Church there will be a priest available for you—no calls or appointments. We will have Eucharistic Adoration in the Church to pray in silence with beautiful music as well. Come all you who thirst and receive new life in Christ.