Updated March 12, 2021
Dear Parishioners and Friends,
Welcome to the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit! We have many activities at our vibrant parish! More information can found throughout this website.
Public Masses continue to take place at the basilica! Please join us! Our Masses are also live-streamed if you are unable to attend in person. Please read the bullets below for important information about Mass at the basilica.
Mass will be at 10:00 a.m. in Spanish and 12:00 p.m. in English on Sundays. There will be no 8:30 Mass at this time.
- The Archdiocese of Detroit is no longer capping attendance at 50% capacity. However, seating is still limited as we must continue to abide by the six-feet-apart rule.
- To accommodate as many people safely as possible, we ask that those attending Mass alone or with just one other person use the smaller side pews so the longer pews in the center can be used for larger families.
- We offer reserved seating at Sunday Mass for senior citizens at the front of the church near the Shrine of Ste. Anne and the Our Lady of Guadalupe altar.
Everyone must wear a mask to enter the basilica. There will be hand sanitizer available.
There are markings on the floor 6 feet apart for the people to line up to receive Holy Communion. Please follow the direction of the ushers.
The Eucharist will be distributed according to diocesan guidelines that ensure safety. The priest will provide additional directions during Mass.
Mass will continue to be live streamed on this page and on our YouTube channel and Facebook page for anyone who does not want to attend in person. Do not come to Mass if you have any symptoms of illness. If you are older than age 65, have a compromised health condition or caring for the sick in any way, please consider very carefully if it is wise for you to come.
- All weekday Masses are held in-person only and are not recorded or live-streamed.
- The parish office is open, but visitors must have an appointment. Please call 313-496-1701 to make an appointment.
- More information about parish operations follow.
Yours in Christ,
Msgr. Chuck Kosanke
Light a Candle
Many people have asked if they can have a candle lit in the church for their special intentions. We are happy to announce that the answer is yes! Please use this form to purchase your candle. Our staff will place your candle in the church, light it for you, pray for you and email you a photo.
At this time, the parish office is open, but visitors must have an appointment. Please call 313-496-1701 to make an appointment.
Our food pantry will continue to operate on Wednesdays from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Donations can be dropped off on Wednesday mornings only. Click here for a list of needed items. Click here to make a monetary donation.
We encourage all parish groups to consider communicating via email and other electronic means rather than meeting in person. Please contact the parish office for further guidance.
Please remember that the weekly offertory is an essential part of paying our bills. If you are not able to attend Sunday Mass, you still have the option to mail in your donation to the parish office or to donate online. Thank you!
Cleaning of Facilities
The parish office, rectory, church and chapel will be cleaned regularly per CDC guidelines.
Other Resources for Those in Need
The Archdiocese of Detroit has information on its website regarding spiritual support as well as information on support for those in need of assistance with housing, food, mental health services and much more. The City of Detroit also has many resources for families in need and information on charities that are providing aid. Please visit the City of Detroit website and its special Covid 313 page for details.