The parish originally had 35 families and grew to a peak of nearly 3,000 families in the 1960s. The current church is located on W. Outer Drive, just west of Southfield Freeway, and built in 1965.
The baptismal font is located near the narthex and in front of a mosaic depicting the Baptism of the Lord.
Several archways are found at the main entrance and each one features a stained-glass depiction of a particular saint or scene.
The center scene shows the parish's patron alongside her brother, St. Benedict, and her community.
Windows at the side entrances; a large Infant of Prague stands in front of the lectern.
The back of the sanctuary features Gospel references as well as icons of Benedictine saints.
A metal baldachin hangs over the altar. The tabernacle stands in a recess between the altar and a rear chapel.
Mass is celebrated in the chapel at 8:00am, Tuesday–Friday, and 9:00am on Saturday. Saturday Vigil Mass is at 4:30pm and Sunday Mass is at 10:00am. Confessions are heard 30 minutes before each Mass.
Five priests, nine seminarians, and two transitional deacons from the Companions of the Cross reside at the rectory. Among them, Fr. Michael Scherrey, CC, is the current pastor.