Young Adults

Come join us as we build a center of young adult spirituality and community at the heart of the rebirth of downtown Detroit.

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Celebrate the Sacrament of Marriage in the oldest church building in the City of Detroit.

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Mass Times

Sacrament of Reconciliation is available after mass, please speak with the presider prior to mass to make arrangements.

Sunday at 11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.

Weekday Masses are celebrated Tuesday and Wednesday at 11:40 a.m.

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Feast of the Assumption     August 15        11:40 a.m.

3rd Annual Jazz Mass     September 1     11:00 a.m.

170th Annual Red Mass      September 24    12:00 p.m.

2nd Annual Sneaker Mass     October 19     5:00 p.m.

No 11:00 a.m. Mass on October 20

1st Sunday of Advent     December 1     11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.

Christmas Eve Mass     December 24     5:00 p.m.

Christmas Day Mass     December 25     12:00 p.m.

If you were unable to be with us to celebrate 171 years in the City of Detroit,

click here to read all about what’s happening in this Church for the City in the Heart of Downtown.

What We Saw at the Border

This coming week, on August 22, we will be hosting a presentation by a local couple, Bill and Billie Hickey, who have recently traveled to El Paso, Texas to minister at a migrant shelter. They will be sharing with us their experiences and bearing witness to a situation that is very difficult to comprehend from a distance.

3rd Annual Jazz Mass-Sunday September 1, 2019 11am

On Sunday, September 1, Saints Peter and Paul Jesuit Church will celebrate the 3rd Annual Jazz Mass in conjunction with the 40th Annual Detroit Jazz Festival. Featuring the Cliff Monear Trio and vocalist Ramona Collins, the service will be a Catholic mass, where all denominations are welcome to attend. Free secure parking for mass is available in the University of Detroit Mercy Law School Student parking lot just behind the church on Larned Street. So, enhance your jazz weekend experience with a spirited and spiritual celebration at Saints Peter and Paul Jesuit Church, located on East Jefferson Avenue at the corner of St. Antoine Street in downtown Detroit … just blocks from the Detroit Jazz Festival in Hart Plaza. All [...]

Look What’s Happening Here!!

It’s summer for sure, but the heat hasn’t slowed us down here at Ss Peter and Paul Jesuit Church! We are as busy as we have ever been. This month we hosted not one, but two, service events! We partnered with Christ Church Detroit to run a week-long reading camp for neighborhood children, and we not only put our skills to use at D-Town farms but learned a lot about urban farming and the issues behind food insecurity.  We joined with the Jesuits of Detroit, other parishes, religious congregations, and church groups in celebrating the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola.  We also joined with other parishes, religious congregations, and church groups in a community mass in support of separated [...]

Mass for Families in Detention – Tuesday, July 30 at 6pm

A Mass for Families in Detention Camps will be celebrated Tuesday, July 30 at 6 PM at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 1050 Porter, Detroit MI 48226. Prayers for the detained families, Gratitude to God for God’s presence in the people, Prayers for courage that we will respond to Pope Francis’ exhortations about immigrants as our brothers and sisters. Children's Procession of Flowers and Prayers to Our Lady of Guadalupe for children who have died in camps or along the Exodus from their countries. Interfaith and civic groups represented, with prayers received. The offering will be sent to the Diocese of El Paso (Bishop Mark Seitz) and the Diocese of Brownsville (Bishop Daniel Flores, former Aux. Bishop of Detroit). Info:  Strangers No [...]

The Pope Francis Center provides a welcoming, safe place for those experiencing homelessness to tend to their most basic and vital needs. We treat each of our guests as a whole person, ministering to their mind, body and spirit, while honoring them with dignity, fairness and respect.

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