We are offering 7 public Sunday masses at 8:30, 10:00, noon, 2:oo (Spanish), 5:00 pm & 8:00 pm. Click here to make a required reservation for public mass. We continue to live-stream two masses each Sunday: English at 10:00 am and Spanish at 2:oo pm.
In this unsettled time, we find ourselves seeking comfort, community, and Christ.
Our mission remains at the heart of all we do.
“The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is my life’s refuge; of whom shall I be afraid?” – Psalm 27:1
We continue to be in awe of your generosity to us and to one another. Below you will find resources to strengthen your prayer life, put food on your table, support our community, and more. Resources will be monitored and updated as necessary.
We value the health and safety of St. Mary Student Parish (SMSP) employees and guests. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, SMSP has implemented preventive measures in line with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Our focus is to ensure we meet the needs of those whom we serve while doing our part to keep our employees and our communities safe. For the latest updates, we recommend the guidance provided at the CDC website cdc.gov/coronavirus.
Our building and worship space will continue to be cleaned with disinfectant cleaning supplies regularly.
Ignatian Examen for life during COVID-19 (English) (Spanish)
Ignatian Examen for those in quarantine or shelter-in-place (English) (Spanish)
Ignatian guided meditations on the daily readings (English) (Spanish)
Jesuit Initiatives for the time of the global health crisis
USCCB Prayer Materials
V Encuentro Recursos de Oración
IMMIGRATION: Southwest Detroit Immigrant and Refugee Center is offering free online legal consultations during this time; Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC) posts many resources to help immigrants and their families navigate these turbulent times. (English) (Spanish)
MEDIA: Most of the COVID-19 news is in English. Radio Jornalera — run by immigrants — provides COVID-19 updates in Spanish to its listeners, many of whom are day laborers. It has shifted to solely covering the pandemic to fill an information gap about the disease in among immigrant community. Here’s a link to the Story referenced by Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC)