St. Vincent Pallotti Parish
Welcome to the Roman Catholic Parish of St. Vincent Pallotti,
Wyandotte, Michigan, with the churches of St. Joseph and St. Patrick.
Fr. Brendan McCarrick, S.A.C., Parish Administrator
RETURNING TO PUBLIC MASS
Directives from the Archdiocese of Detroit:
For the complete list of directives PLEASE CLICK HERE.
Directives when attending Mass are listed below.
If you don’t feel comfortable with this restrictions, please go to “Watch Our Masses” to view Mass from home.
FACE MASKS must be worn covering mouth and nose during your entire time inside the church – “No Mask, No Mass”.
SOCIAL DISTANCING of at least 6 ft. apart, both inside and outside the church.
NO DISTRIBUTION of Holy Communion on the tongue, by hand only.
LIMITED NUMBER of attendees, 50% of church capacity.
HAND SANITIZER – as a precaution, bring your own to use.
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
St. Patrick Church
Holy Hour – 11:00 am
Mass – 12 noon
Fr. Larry Gould SAC
Feast Day of St. Jane Frances de Chantal
SPRING FLING GRAND PRIZE DRAWING!
August 1, 2020 – Live streamed at 5:30 pm
See the August 9 Bulletin for the complete list of winners! Electronic Bulletin is on this home page.
MASS SCHEDULE – Go to “Watch Our Masses” CLICK HERE
St. Joseph Church: (Masses Live streamed)
Daily Mass -Tuesday 12 noon; Thursday 8:30 am; Friday 12 noon
Weekend Mass: Saturday 4:00 pm; Sunday 8:00 am; 11:30 am
St. Patrick Church Schedule:
Daily Mass – Monday 8:30 am; Wednesday 12 noon
Weekend Mass: Sunday 9:30 am.
July 30, 2020 – The Spring Fling Grand Prize drawing will be Live streamed and not open to the public, due to the limit on the number of people (10) allowed in gatherings due to Covid-19 restrictions. CLICK HERE to watch Live Stream. All winners will be notified by telephone.
May 31, 2020 – Parish office reopens June 1. With restrictions, CLICK HERE. If you cannot do business over the phone, and need to come into the office, you must wear face mask and most business will be conducted in the entrance way.
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ARCHDIOCESE OF DETROIT NEWS
July 30, 2020 – Clarification Regarding Gov. Whitmer’s Latest Executive Order 2020-160. It is important to note that the changes in capacity restrictions announced by the Gov. do not impose a change on the six counties of the Archdiocese of Detroit. The Executive Order changes what was allowed in the “northern portion” of the Lower Peninsula and in the Upper Peninsula. For our portion of the state, indoor private gatherings remain capped at 10 persons and do not effect Mass attendance, which is still at 50% of capacity.
CLICK HERE to read the complete letter from the AOD.
June 22, 2020 – Phase Two of the Resumption of Public Masses – Churches are permitted to seat up to 50 percent capacity provided that face-coverings are still worn and physical distancing between households can be maintained – CLICK HERE to read the complete latest directives for Phase Two.
May 31, 2020 – Introducing the “Families of Parishes” – Click here
For questions regarding the “Families of Parishes” – Click here
CORONAVIRUS UPDATES – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer
July 13, 2020 – Gov. Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-147, which reiterates that individuals are required to wear a face covering whenever they are in an indoor public space. It also requires the use of face coverings in crowded outdoor spaces. Most significantly, the order requires any business that is open to the public to refuse entry or service to people who refuse to wear a face covering, with limited exceptions.
CLICK HERE to read complete order.
June 18, 2020 – Gov. Whitmer today signed Executive Order 2020-127, which extends the state of emergency declaration related to the COVID-19 pandemic until July 16. In doing so, Governor Whitmer joins nearly every state in the country in maintaining a state of emergency to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. This executive order will allow her to continue taking action to protect Michigan families and workers.
CLICK HERE to read complete order.
For up to the minute Coronavirus news from the Governor’s office, go to: https://www.michigan.gov/Coronavirus
WELCOME TO THE PARISH
We are one parish with two worship sites: St. Joseph Church, 344 Elm St. and St. Patrick Church, 135 Superior Blvd. Former 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.
You will find our 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 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 parish news, we encourage you to 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.
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Have you ever thought of being a Catechist? Our Religious Education program is looking for Catholics willing to share the Gospel message to the young members of the Body of Christ. Are you feeling a calling from God to help serve? Contact the Religious Education office for more information: 734-285-9840, ext. 102.
St. Vincent Pallotti Parish Scholarship for Catholic Education The 2020-2021 Scholarship applications are now available in the parish office or by clicking on the links below. Criteria for the scholarships are included in these documents. A Tuition Grant Application must be filled out and dropped off at the parish office by July 31, 2020. […]
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.