Click on https://www.stfrancisa2.com/giving Then use the dropdown box on the right of the Fund box and click Sunday Giving. Enter the amount you desire to give. If you desire for this amount to reoccur, then check the box left of “Make this Gift Reoccurring”. After you enter the amount, the notice “I’d like to give by” will come up. Click on the either credit card or check tab, depending on your preferred way to donate. At this point, the appropriate boxes will appear for credit or check as you clicked above. Enter your credit card or checking information. If you know your envelope number, please enter it. It’s optional to do so. Look over the information and if it is all correct, click submit.
The grounds for our new Ministry Center was blessed and anticipated construction will begin this coming week (Sept. 20). Please be aware that the west parking lot and the west parking lot north (behind) the church will not be available for parking. Thank you very much for your kindness, patience and help to others during this exciting but also somewhat trying times.Read More
Remember there is time to make your pledge of support for the Ministry Center! Simply call the Parish Office at 734-821-2100 and speak to Rob Kehn, our Business Manager.
World Day of Migrants & Refugees with Blessing of the Icon of Saint Joselito: Support & Participate in Mass (in Spanish) on Saturday, Sept 25 at 7pm in ChurchRead More
Pope Francis initiated the last Sunday of September as World Day of Migrants & Refugees, a day to recall and pray for the many people whose lives have been affected during these years of crises, upheavals, violence, and intense poverty. We invite you to support and pray with our Spanish speaking brothers and sisters on Saturday, Sept. 25 at 7pm in church. During Mass (in Spanish, but bilingual aides will be available), Father will bless our new icon of San Joselito. St. José Sánchez del Rio (or Joselito) was a young man of 14 years who was betrayed by his uncle (also his godfather) during the Cristero war in Mexico in 1928. Joselito refused to deny his Catholic Faith and died, crying out, “Viva el Cristo Rey” or ” Long Live Christ the King.” Pope Francis canonized Joselito in 2016. Come and be a part of the blessing, be a part of the Mass (in Spanish), and by your presence support all those who suffer from violence or intense poverty, especially those forced to flee their home countries, for migrants and refugees on the vigil of the World Day of Migrants and Refugees. A reception follows Mass outdoors, weather permitting, on the plaza.
If you still need to register your child, register online (link above) or just come to class. For questions, contact Ellen Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-476-5640 (cell & text)
October 4 is the Feast Day of our parish patron Saint, Francis of Assisi: Come celebrate with us: Saturday, Oct 2: Holy Half Hour of Eucharistic AdorationRead More
with “Franciscan” music and prayer which will run from the end of the 5 pm Mass to around 6:45 pm
Sunday, Oct 3: Parish Picnic—after the 12:30 pm Mass,: We’ll provide lunch Read More
Please bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on and enjoy an afternoon concert to celebrate the special day! With fun activities for the kids. If you would like to volunteer, contact Kelly Hernandez @ email@example.com
Blessing of the Pets—6:15 pm with Fr. John (After 5 pm Mass—in front of Church on the steps)
Byzantine Vespers—7 pm with Fr. Russell
THE YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH: Sign up for the Talk here Thursday, Oct. 7th
9:15 am – Mass
10 am – Morning talk: St. Joseph and His Angels
6:30 pm – Evening Prayer
7 pm – Evening talk: St. Joseph and His Work