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Mass Times

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.

About Parish Life

Parish News

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12/09/2016

Bulletin for Sunday, December 11, 2016

Join us as we celebrate the third Sunday of Advent! We have a special mass & reception to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe on Monday 12/12 at 7:00 PM. The Grad/YP holiday party is also Monday 12/12 at Arbor Brewing […]

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12/09/2016

January Warming Center

During the month of January our parish community provides a welcoming, safe, and warm environment where people experiencing homelessness can find companionship, compassion, kindness, and respect. It creates the culture of encounter and inclusion that we need. We provide food, […]

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11/28/2016

Sign Up for 2016 Feast Day of Service!

Each year, St. Mary Student Parish celebrates our feast day and honors our patron Mary by saying “yes” to God’s call of justice and mercy. We gather for prayer and put our faith into action by serving with our community. […]