Prayerfully Contemplating the Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As we near the celebration of MLK Day and settle into the hustle of the New Year, the Ss. Peter and Paul Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee invites you to pause and sit with MLK's prophetic words and wisdom. As you read over some of his writing, perhaps his famous Letter from Birmingham Jail, take a [...]

Volunteer with the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee!

Help honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day this January by giving back to our community. Ss. Peter and Paul Jesuit DEI Committee is partnering with the Mosaic Youth Theater's after school tutoring program on Thursday, January 19th at 5:00-6:15PM. Volunteer mentors will help students work on decision making processes for their futures. Register here!

Pastor’s Pen: 1/6/2023

Pastor’s Pen – January 6, 2023   Looking Back, Looking Forward Looking ahead, we have a number of events coming up that merit your engagement. Our first-ever gathering for young couples engaged or married in the last several years will take place around St. Valentine’s Day on Thursday evening, February 16. This will be a [...]

Children’s Liturgy of the Word (Tentative) Schedule Announced!

Children's Liturgy of the Word (Tentative) Schedule Attention young families! We will continue our monthly Children's Liturgy of the Word on Sunday, January 8th. During Mass children ages 2-3 years and up will be invited up to the altar for a special blessing and then will be dismissed to hear a child sized version of [...]

Detroit’s Oldest Church: Ss. Peter and Paul Jesuit

No church building in Detroit is older than Ss. Peter and Paul. Its cornerstone dates to 1844, when Bishop Peter Paul Lefevere began construction on this Cathedral for a city of 12,000. As the church kicks off its 175th anniversary year, it celebrates a legacy of extraordinary impact on Detroit, as well as a vibrant [...]

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