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St. Joseph Shrine

Sundays
7:00 AM Low Mass,
9:00 AM Low Mass,
11:00 AM High Mass,
6:00 PM Vespers & Benediction

Weekdays
8:00 AM Low Mass and 7:00 PM Low Mass except Wednesdays

Wednesday
12:00 PM Low Mass & Perpetual Novena to St. Joseph

Friday
6:00 PM Holy Hour followed by 7:00 PM Low Mass.

First Friday
5:00 PM Holy Hour followed by 6:00 PM High Mass.

Saturday
9:00 AM Low Mass & Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help (High Mass on First Saturdays)

Confessions
daily 30 minutes before Mass;
Sundays 6:30-6:50 AM, 8-8:50 AM & 10-10:50 AM

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About St. Joseph Shrine

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Clergy and Staff

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Historic Renewal

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Clergy

Rev. Canon Jean-Baptiste Commins, Rector

Rev. Canon Stephen Sharpe, Vicar

Staff

Mr. Michael Semaan, Music Director, Organist/p>

Mr. Harold Rutila, Schola Director

Secretarial Staff

Monday: Secretary, 10am-4pm

Tuesday: Jen Dunbar, 10am-4pm

Wednesday: Maureen Thomas, 10am-4pm

Friday: Jane Frost, 10am-3:30pm

Phone:(313) 784-9152

Address:    1828 Jay Street
Detroit, Michigan 48207
Email: sjdetroit@icksp.org
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