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We rejoice in being a diverse community united in faith in Christ Jesus. Rooted in the Eucharist, we continue to be molded into the Body of Christ as we witness to the Gospel through our sharing of resources and service toward others, our commitment to Catholic education and our friendship with one another.

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MASS TIMES

Monday – 8:15 am
Tuesday – 7:00 pm
Wednesday – 8:15 am
Friday – 8:15 am
Saturday – 4:00 pm
Sunday – 9:00 & 11:00 am

CONFESSION TIMES

Tuesday – 6:00 pm
Saturday – 2:30 pm

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OUR STORY

The city of Lincoln Park grew very rapidly after World War II ended in 1945.  During the war, there had been a huge influx of workers into the city of Detroit due to the many jobs available in the defense industry.  Servicemen and women returned home to find an extreme housing shortage within the city of Detroit. Lincoln Park offered a direct route to downtown Detroit…

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John Paul II Classical Catholic School

At St. John Paul II, our goal is to support families in the education and faith formation of their children. We are committed to helping children grow in their understanding and love for God. We strive to help children learn about the world around them and to develop the skills that are necessary to succeed in today’s world.

Easter Triduum Schedule

Holy Thursday No Daily Mass7:00 pm Mass of the Lord’s SupperAdoration until midnight in the cafeteria Good Friday 12:00 pm Stations of the Cross1:00 pm Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion8:00 pm Tenebrae Holy Saturday No ConfessionsNo 4:00pm Mass12:00 pm Easter Basket Blessing in the Church8:00 pm Easter Vigil Easter Sunday 9:00 am Mass11:00 am Mass

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Our Lady of the Fields Camp in Brighton is run by the Chaldean Eparchy of Saint Thomas the Apostle. They are offering a Mother-Daughter Retreat on Saturday June 29th.For a basic breakdown of what is included, the cost, etc. see the flyer.For more information:Call: 248-379-0943Email: ourladyofthefieldscamp@gmail.comTo learn more about the camp/retreat center and its various offerings: olf.campTo register for the camp: www.ultracamp.com/info/upcomingSessions.aspx?idCamp=1278&campCode=OLO&lnkSubCategory1=Mother+Daug... ... See MoreSee Less
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Today the Church celebrates the feast of Saint John of San Facundo, Priest.John came from a wealthy family. During a serious sickness he vowed to embrace an ascetic way of life upon recovery. In fulfillment of his resolve, he gave the better of his two garments to a beggar who went about almost naked, and joined the hermits of St. Augustine at Salamanca (1463); at the time that monastery was universally respected because of its strict rule and discipline. He was often granted the privilege of seeing Christ the Lord at holy Mass and learning the deepest secrets directly from God Himself, the secrets of men's hearts and the secret events of the future. Through his prayers the seven-year-old daughter of his brother was raised to life. His death was probably due to poisoning.John's special charism was to calm passions and to restore peace. How quickly disputes and quarrels arise! Yet we must practice the beatitude: "Blessed are the peacemakers." Remember that the prayers for peace and the kiss of peace in the Mass should not be empty ceremonies.—Excerpted from The Church's Year of Grace, Pius Parsch ... See MoreSee Less
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Today the Church celebrates the feast of Saint Barnabas, Apostle.Strictly speaking, Barnabas was not an apostle, but the title has been bestowed upon him since very early times. His first name was Joseph; Barnabas (etymology: "son of consolation") was a surname. He belonged to the tribe of Levi. He was a Hellenist, that is, a Jew who lived outside of Palestine and spoke the Greek tongue. Born in Cyprus, he embraced the faith soon after the death of Christ, becoming a member of the original Jerusalem community. His first noteworthy deed was to sell his belongings and place the money at the feet of the apostles.It is to his lasting credit that he befriended the neo-convert Paul and introduced him to the apostles when everyone was still distrusting the former persecutor. More noteworthy still was his service to the universal Church by being the first to recognize Paul's potential for the cause of Christ; it was Barnabas who brought him from Tarsus to teach at Antioch. The first missionary journey (about 45-48 A.D.) the two made together, and Barnabas seems to have been the leader, at least at the beginning (Acts 13-14). Barnabas' appearance must have been dignified and impressive, otherwise the inhabitants of Lystra would not have regarded him as Jupiter.He was present with Paul at the Council of Jerusalem (ca. 50). While they were preparing for the second missionary journey, there arose a difference of opinion regarding Mark; as a result each continued his labors separately. Barnabas went to Cyprus with Mark and thereafter is not referred to again in the Acts of the Apostles or in any other authentic source. From a remark in one of Paul's letters we know that he lived from the work of his own hands (1 Cor. 9:5-6). The time and place of his death have not been recorded. It is claimed that his body was found at Salamina in 488 A.D. His name is mentioned in the Canon of the Mass since ancient times.—Excerpted from The Church's Year of Grace, Pius ParschSaint Barnabas is patron saint against hailstorms; barrel makers; coopers; weavers; invoked as peacemaker. ... See MoreSee Less
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Tuesday, June 18
  • 10:00 am - 11:30 am
    Women's Bible Sharing

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  • 6:00 pm - 6:40 pm
    Confessions

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  • 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    Strangers No Longer Circle of Support

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  • 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
    Mass

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Wednesday, June 19
  • 8:15 am - 9:15 am
    Mass

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  • 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Seniors Card Group

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