Thursday, July 10, 2014

Novena to St. Anne

St. Anne is the patroness of the Archdiocese of Detroit, as such there are two opportunities to pray the Novena to St. Anne leading up to her feast day on July 26. Ste. Anne de Detroit and Marianhill Missionaries will both celebrate the occasion.


The parish of Ste. Anne de Detroit, by far the oldest parish in AOD, customarily does a novena to their patron. Each day starts with Mass followed by group recitation of the Rosary, a procession, and novena prayers. Each day of the novena, celebrations are targeted towards a particular demographic.

Thursday, July 17, 7 pm; Catholic Youth
Friday, July 18, 7 pm; Ukrainian/Croatian
Saturday, July 19, 7 pm; French
Sunday, July 20, 11 am; Latino & Alumni 
Monday, July 21, 7 pm; Refugee/Immigrant
Tuesday, July 22, 7 pm; Healing/Sacrament of Sick
Wednesday, July 23, 7 pm; Polish
Thursday, July 24, 7 pm; Italian
Friday, July 25, 7 pm; Irish
Saturday, July 26, 7 pm; Feast Day, celebrated by Archbishop Allen Vigneron. 

Refreshments and music after each Mass. For more info, see the parish website


Marianhill Missionaries, located on the border between Detroit & Dearborn Heights, will pray the novena July 17-25. Service starts every day at 7:30pm with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, sermon, Litany to St. Anne, Benediction, and veneration of her relic. Services held in the large chapel near the belltower.

For more info: call (313) 561-7140 or visit their website

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