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Sunday

8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM,
2:00 PM 
(Spanish), 5:00 PM, 9:00 PM

Wednesday

5:10 PM

Monday

5:10 PM

Thursday

5:10 PM

Tuesday

5:10 PM

Friday

12:10 PM

Full Mass Schedule

Mass Times

Sunday

8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM,
2:00 PM 
(Spanish), 5:00 PM, 9:00 PM

Monday

5:10 PM

Tuesday

5:10 PM

Wednesday

5:10 PM

Thursday

5:10 PM

Friday

12:10 PM

Full Mass Schedule

ABOUT ST. MARY STUDENT PARISH

Located two blocks from the central campus of the University of Michigan, St. Mary Student Parish has been serving the Catholic community at U of M for more than 90 years. As a Jesuit parish, we strive in the Ignatian tradition to help everyone discover God already at work in their lives.

The Diocese of Lansing has designated St Mary Student Parish as the Ann Arbor Catholic parish with particular responsibility for serving the students, faculty and staff of the University of Michigan, with particular emphasis on the students. In addition, we are blessed with support from a strong network of alumni and friends. Each group has a role to play in keeping parish life vibrant, diverse and welcoming.

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Parish News

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02/07/2016

Bulletin for February 7, 2016

Join us on Saturday, February 20th from 6-8PM for “Behind the Story: We Welcome the Stranger,” an evening of story sharing by young adult immigrants. See page 2 of the bulletin for more information or contact Bill Alt with anyMORE »

Cross-Sunrise
02/13/2016

Learning our Lines and Taking a Bow

Written by John Osterholzer on Saturday after Ash Wednesday This year’s Lenten blog asks us to look “outward” and contemplate our role among a unified cast of characters portraying Christ’s Passion.  This challenge would have thoroughly unnerved me years agoMORE »

Cross-Sunrise
02/12/2016

Lent: A Season of Abundance?

Written by Andrea Hanley on Friday after Ash Wednesday Four years ago I found myself at the foot of the cross as Lent began.  It was like the Church calendar and my personal life got together and decided to giveMORE »