Lenten Study

From Ascension

March 13 – April 11, 2019

Join us for a 5 week book & video study with the new program

“No Greater Love, A Biblical Walk Through Christ’s Passion”

filmed on location in the Holy Land.

Best selling author Edward Sri will guide us through the last hours of Christ’s life walking step-by-step with Jesus from the Garden of Gethsemane to the Mount of Calvary.

Sessions will run each week on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm or choose Thursday mornings 9:00 am to 10:30 am, beginning March 13/14 and ending April 10/11.

St. Joseph Church Hall

344 Elm Street, Wyandotte

Fee is $15.00 to cover materials.

Register by calling the Parish Office at 734-285-9840, ext. 102 or email: dre@stvpp.org by March 4.


Irish Pallottine Dinner Dance

Tickets still available!


6:00 PM


16703 Fort St., Southgate

You’re invited to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and support the Pallottine’s on their Missionary work.

$40.00 per person – includes family style dinner, entertainment, open bar and more!

Door prize for the best-dressed

 “Wearin’ of the Green”!

Grand Raffle tickets will be sold with 1st prize $3500, 2nd prize $600, 3rd prize $300 and 4th-10th prizes $100. Plus several baskets in the Chinese Raffle!

Tickets can be purchased at the Pallottine Mission House by calling


You can reserve a table of 8 if you and your group want to sit at the same table.

Advent 2018

We are a people of promise. For centuries, God prepared people for the coming of his Son, our only hope for life. At Christmas we celebrate the fulfillment of the promises God made—that he would give a way to draw near to him.

Advent is what we call the season leading up to Christmas. It begins four Sundays before December 25, sometimes in the last weekend of November, sometimes on the first Sunday in December. This year Advent begins on Sunday, December 2, 2018.

1 Peter 1:10-12 is a clear description of what we look back to during Advent.

Concerning this salvation, the prophets who prophesied about the grace that was to be yours searched and inquired carefully, inquiring what person or time the Spirit of Christ in them was indicating when he predicted the sufferings of Christ and the subsequent glories. It was revealed to them that they were serving not themselves but you, in the things that have now been announced to you through those who preached the good news to you by the Holy Spirit sent from heaven, things into which angels long to look. (1 Peter 1:10-12 )

For four weeks, it’s as if we’re re-enacting, remembering the thousands of years God’s people were anticipating and longing for the coming of God’s salvation, for Jesus. That’s what advent means—coming. Even God’s men who foretold the grace that was to come didn’t know “what person or time the Spirit of Christ in them was indicating.” They were waiting, but they didn’t know what God’s salvation would look like.

In fact, God revealed to them that they were not the ones who would see the sufferings and glory of God’s Christ:

They were serving not themselves but you, in the things that have now been announced to you through those who preached the good news to you by the Holy Spirit sent from heaven.

They were serving us. We Christians on this side of Jesus’ birth are a God-blessed, happy people because we know God’s plan. The ancient waiting is over. We have the greatest reason to celebrate.


Advent Candlelight Tea

Sunday, December 2, 2018

3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

St. Joseph Church Hall

344 Elm Street, Wyandotte

Would you like to host a table of 8 for your friends and family? You are invited to join us as we celebrate the start of the Advent season. There will be the lighting of an Advent wreath, prayers, songs by the Roosevelt High School a Capella choir, door prizes and more!

Hostesses need to provide their linen, place settings, table decor, tea, cookies and/or appetizers. To reserve a table, call the Parish Office at 734-285-9840, ext. 108 by Thursday, Nov. 29.

Welcome ChristNet guests

Thanksgiving Week

When individuals or families are seeking emergency housing, efforts are made to secure housing for them at either the Wayne Family Center, a transitional housing program, or at First Step, a domestic violence shelter. If space at these family-oriented shelters is not available, ChristNet provides overnight accommodations until more stable housing can be arranged.

We are happy at St. Vincent Pallotti Parish to provide a place to stay for these individuals the week of Thanksgiving at St. Joseph Catholic Church. With the help of our volunteers and staff, it is our hope to provide a safe, loving environment, a warm place to sleep, good food, fellowship and prayer.

God Bless our guests this Thanksgiving holiday.

All Saints Day Mass Schedule

Thursday, November 1

St. Joseph Catholic Church

344 Elm Street, Wyandotte

8:30 am and 7:00 pm

Grief Support Group

Sessions run from October 16 thru November 27

St. Joseph Church Hall at 6:30 pm

344 Elm Street, Wyandotte

Starting October 16 for 6 weeks (except the week of Thanksgiving).

Are you struggling with the loss of a loved one and finding it hard to cope with everyday situations? This support group may just be the outlet you need to help understand what you are going through.

There is no fee for these sessions and are open to parishioners and their family.

Please call the Parish Office at 734-285-9840, ext. 108 to reserve a space.



Knights of Columbus – October Events


Wyandotte Council 1802


Family Night with Paws
Saturday, October 6

KC Lounge, 3530 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte
Free admission. Paws, the Tigers mascot, appearance at 6 PM. Free hot dogs and pop for the children. Free hot dogs for adults.


First Pancake Breakfast of the new year
Sunday, October 7  – 
8:45 to 11:15 AM

Epicurean House, (Entrance off Pine Street) 3530 Biddle, Wyandotte
All you can eat – Free-will offering. Proceeds to go to various food pantries, including the Downriver Community Food Pantry.


Friday, October 12
–  5 to 10 PM, food served at 6 PM

KC Lounge, 3530 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte
Food catered by Veronica’s Catering. Purchase tickets in advance by October 4
$12 adults, $8 children. German music and dancing.


Watkins Night
Friday, October 26
 –  4 to 8 PM, or until burgers are gone!

KC Lounge, 3530 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte
Burgers are prepared according to a special recipe on Thursday night and cooked on Friday. Please, no phone in orders; come to the Lounge and dine in or carry out. Music provided by a one-man band!

Catechetical Sunday

Sunday, September 16

Catechetical Sunday 2018

Catechetical Sunday, set aside each year to acknowledge the work of those who pass on the faith in our parishes, will be celebrated on September 16, 2018. This year’s theme is “Enlisting Witnesses for Jesus Christ.
Catechists and Catholic school educators attending Mass the weekend of September 16 will be acknowledged at Mass. God Bless them!

St. Patrick Church Resumes Daily Mass Schedule

The stained glass windows at St. Patrick Church, Wyandotte, have been refurbished and we can now continue with the daily masses, starting Monday, September 3 at the 8:30 am Mass.

Please join us and witness the beauty of this historical church.

Daily: Monday 8:30 am; Wednesday 12 noon.

Weekend: Sunday 9:30 am

St. Patrick Catholic Church

135 Superior Blvd., Wyandotte