Parish Groups


 

Take Part in Parish Ministry

Are you interested in getting involved at Ste. Anne? We have opportunities for everyone.

Barrios Unidos de Cristo
The Barrios Unidos assist people with overcoming addictions. They meet as a group every Wednesday for Mass and Eucharistic adoration in the chapel. Contact: Lupe Cabrales, 313-878-4121

Faces of a Mother
Founded by Life Directions, this is a group of women who meet monthly to discuss topics that mothers face. Contact: Laura Olmeda, 248-225-7749

Las Guadalupanas
The Guadalupanas are dedicated to growing holiness with the help of the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The members gather monthly to pray the rosary, participate in an annual retreat, and take care of the altar of Our Lady. Contact: Margarita Chapa, 313-492-7582

Jornadas
The Jornadas are young adults committed to growing in faith and service. They meet every Saturday evening and participate in an annual retreat. Contact: Marcos Roque, 313-449-9248

Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is Catholic organization founded by Fr. Michael McGivney in 1882. Charity is the first principle of the Knights of Columbus. The organization operates on the local, national, and international levels. There are currently 15,542 councils with almost 2 million members. Within the local level of a diocese, there are councils that operate in a parish under the authority of the pastor. The Knights of Columbus operates at Ste. Anne Parish as the Anacleto Rodriguez Council. The group meets on the second Saturday of the month in the morning. Contact: Kyle Smolinski, kylesmolinski07@comcast.net

Novena Committee
This committee organizes and implements the annual novena to Ste Anne. Members assist with the planning and assist with the daily Masses, raffle tickets, set-up, hospitality, parking, and serve as greeters, ushers, etc. Contact: Danielle Center, 313-496-1701 x14, danielle.center@steannedetroit.org

Rendez-vous Committee
Members of this committee work on the annual Rendez-vous which is held every September in coordination with French Canadian Heritage Week in Michigan. The Rendez-vous is a French Canadian and Native American cultural festival which celebrates the founding heritages of Detroit and Ste. Anne de Detroit. Members of the committee plan and facilitate festival staffing, parking, product sales, and raffles. Contact: Elizabeth Bourne, 248-416-2665, ebourne@comcast.net

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Catholic lay organization founded by Blessed Fredric Ozanam. The organization operates on the local, national, and international level. The parish conference at Ste. Anne meets every Wednesday morning. The group manages our food pantry. Contact: Clarence Johnson, (313) 942-6792 or johnson.clarence@outlook.com