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.
MOST HOLY TRINTY HAS UPCOMING EVENTS AT THIS TIME. STAY TUNED FOR OUR PLANS FOR THE FALL!
EVENTS AT OUR SISTER PARISH, STE. ANNE
Our annual Novena to Ste. Anne WILL take place this year! It will be a hybrid event, with in-person Masses and celebrations to the extent allowed in July, along with a live stream for those who cannot attend in person. The schedule is below. Click here for more details.
China, India, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam and Korea
July 18 – Honoring African Culture
African-American Culture, Benin, Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda
Honoring French and French-Canadian Culture
Special recognition of Ste. Anne founders and Ste. Anne School alumni
July 20 – Honoring Chaldean Culture
July 21 – Honoring Latino Culture
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and Spain
July 22 – Honoring Albanian Culture
July 23 – Honoring Western European Culture
Austria, Germany, Italy and Malta
July 24 – Honoring Eastern European Culture
Croatia, Czech, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia
July 25 – Honoring Celtic and British Culture
Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales
July 26 – Ste. Anne Feast Day
Mass celebrated by Archbishop Vigneron
All Witness to Love engaged and mentor couples are invited to join Dennis and Rose Wingfield for a special day at the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit in the Upper Meeting Hall. Advanced registration is required.
$80/engaged couple, $40/mentor couple
Free with marriage prep at Ste. Anne and Most Holy Trinity
Includes breakfast and lunch.
For more information, contact Dennis & Rose at info@CallingCouplesToChrist.org or 248-912-7860.
Register for July 11
Register for September 12
Register for November 7
Basilica Celebration Mass – Sunday, September 20 @ 12 noon
Archbishop Vigneron will preside at a Mass celebrating Ste. Anne Church being named a minor basilica on Sunday, September 20 at 12 noon This will be an historic event for our parish and the Archdiocese. Though we do not know if there will be any restrictions on attendance, we will be live streaming the Mass. We will keep you informed as plans develop during the summer.
This work is rarely performed in metropolitan Detroit, let alone the United States, and has been described as a profound meditation on the grief and loss that the Virgin Mary experienced as she stood at the cross where her son, Jesus, was crucified. Dvořák composed this piece immediately following the loss of three of his children. The opening sense of “speechlessness” is followed by a pouring out of emotion and concludes with an optimistic finale. The listener takes a musical journey filled with the emotion and grief of Dvořák.
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