Join us at Most Holy Trinity for our special events!

As one of the oldest parishes in the Archdiocese of Detroit, there are many memories of Trinity, and we intend on building more memories far, far into the future.


64th Annual Smelt Fry – June 8 @ 6-9pm at Nemo’s Bar
Join us for our favorite summer tradition!
$45 per person includes smelt, burgers, beer and pop.
Proceeds benefit Most Holy Trinity Outreach Ministries. Sponsored by Nemo’s Bar.


Las Flores del Corazon Abierto – Every other Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.
Most Holy Trinity and the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit have a youth group for girls ages 14-17. We meet every other Wednesday at the Most Holy Trinity parish office at 1050 Porter Street. Girls are invited to join us for fun, friendship, conversation and to learn about their dignity as young women. The location can vary as we sometime meet at another church or have a field trip.
Contact for more information. 


Cristeros – Faith and Lacrosse – Fridays @ 6:30 p.m. @ Most Holy Trinity Catholic Academy
Young men ages 14-17 are invited to join Fr. Ryan Adams and University of Detroit Mercy Lacrosse Coach Jake Padilla for lacrosse lessons and talks about faith. All equipment is provided. No cost to attend.
Contact at 313-965-4450 or for more details.


Morning Mens’ Group – First Saturday of the month @ 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Young adult men aged 18-35 are invited to join Fr. Ryan Adams for breakfast, fellowship and a discussion of “Into the Breach” by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted.
First Saturday of the month @ 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Optional Holy Hour before and socializing afterward,
Meetings take place at the Fr. Walter Ciszek House, 1390 Pine St., Corktown, Detroit
Contact for details.


Corktown Revival – Sunday Nights at Most Holy Trinity Church
Join Fr. Ryan Adams and Fr. Patrick Gonyeau for an amazing spiritual experience! Come for any or all parts of the evening. We have beautiful music, dynamic preaching and a wonderful community. Contact Fr. Ryan for more information at
5:00 – 6:00 p.m. – Holy Hour with Eucharistic Adoration and Confessions
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. – Mass
After Mass – Healing Prayer



Blessing of the Bikes –  Sunday, June 18
12pm Mass
1pm Blessing of Motorcycles
1:15pm BBQ on the Plaza


Novena at the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit – July 17 – 26
One of the highlights of the year at the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit is Novena. This joyful event will take place from July 17-26 and is a decades-old tradition. Novena is nine days of prayer including Mass each day. Each day of prayer has a different theme associated with an ethnic group important to Detroit. On the tenth day, we celebrate the Feast of Ste. Anne. We gather to ask Ste. Anne to pray for our intentions, the intentions of our families, our city, our Archdiocese, and our world.