Message from Fr. Mike,
Welcome to the Roman Catholic Parish of St. Vincent Pallotti, located in Wyandotte, Michigan.
We are one parish with two worship sites:
St. Joseph Church located at 344 Elm St. and St. Patrick Church at 135 Superior Blvd. St. Elizabeth Catholic Church was also part of the merger with St. Joseph and St. Patrick. Sadly, St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, closed its doors on June 30, 2012.
As you browse through our website, you will find a parish rich in history and deeply committed to the traditions of our parish founders as well as to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The parish offers many opportunities for involvement by people of every age, from liturgical ministries to community outreach as well as several social functions throughout the year.
Please take time to browse our website. If you are not a parishioner, please feel free to contact us at any time to learn more about our parish and how to become a member. If you already belong, please continue to support our parish by sharing your time, talents and treasure. Call the parish office if interested in volunteering.
To stay on top of current events and parish news, please sign up for our parish app by going to myparishapp.com and search for St. Vincent Pallotti Parish. Also, subscribe to our e-newsletter by clicking on “newsletter signup” on the top corner of this page.
St. Joseph Church, 344 Elm Street, Wyandotte
Saturday: 4:00 pm; Confessions 3:00 pm; Sunday: 8:00 am and 11:30 am; Tuesday 12 noon; Thursday 8:30 am; Friday 12 noon.
St. Patrick Church, 135 Superior Blvd., Wyandotte
Sunday: 9:30 am; Monday 8:30 am; Wednesday 12 noon
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Parish Mission Statement
gather as a family to be nurtured by the Word and nourished by the Eucharist. We are inspired by the Holy Spirit to serve others as Jesus did through outreach, education and evangelization, along with active participation in the community.