Friday, May 29, 2015

Church Directory

After nearly five years we have finally covered every Roman Catholic Church in Detroit and a few in the suburbs. Below is a directory of all of the posts. Now that we have completed our initial goal, we will expand to: 
  • Cover historic, culturally-significant suburban churches
  • Continue coverage of important events in the Central Region
  • Visit chapels in the city
  • Revisit certain Detroit churches
  • Cover Eastern Rite churches in the area
  • Cover history of some closed parishes

Churches in Detroit:
All Saints
Annunciation (Good Shepherd Parish)
Assumption Grotto #1 + Assumption Grotto #2
Blessed Sacrament Cathedral #1 +Blessed Sacrament Cathedral #2
Christ the King
Church of the Madonna  (St. Moses the Black Parish)
Holy Cross
Holy Family #1 + Holy Family #2
Most Holy Redeemer #1 + Most Holy Redeemer #2
Most Holy Trinity
Nativity of Our Lord
Old St. Mary's
Our Lady Queen of Angels  (Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish)
Our Lady Queen of Heaven
Our Lady of the Rosary
Precious Blood (St. Peter Claver Parish)
Presentation (Presentation/Our Lady of Victory Parish)
Sacred Heart
St. Aloysius #1 St. Aloysius #2
SS. Andrew & Benedict
Ste. Anne #1Ste. Anne #2Ste. Anne #3
St. Catherine of Siena (St. Augustine–St. Monica Parish)
St. Charles Borromeo
St. Christopher
St. Cecilia (St. Charles Lwanga Parish)
St. Cunegunda
St. Elizabeth
St. Francis D'Assisi
St. Gabriel
St. Gerard (Corpus Christi Parish)
St. Hedwig
St. Hyacinth #1 + St. Hyacinth #2
St. Josaphat #1 + St. Josaphat #2
St. Joseph
St. Jude
St. Leo (St. Charles Lwanga Parish)
St. Mary's of Redford
St. Matthew
St. Peter Claver Annex  (formerly St. Francis de Sales)
SS. Peter & Paul (Jesuit)
SS. Peter & Paul (west side)
St. Philomena
St. Raymond (St. Raymond - Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish)
St. Scholastica
St. Stephen–Mary, Mother of the Church (Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish)
St. Suzanne (St. Suzanne–Our Lady Gate of Heaven Parish)
St. Thomas Aquinas
Sweetest Heart of Mary (Mother of Divine Mercy Parish)
Transfiguration (St. John Paul II Parish)

Surburban churches:
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Windsor)
Church of the Divine Child (Dearborn)
Church of the Transfiguration (Southfield)
Immaculate Conception (Ira Township)
National Shrine of the Little Flower Basilica (Royal Oak)
Our Lady of Grace (Dearborn Heights)
Our Lady of Loretto (Redford Twp.)
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Wyandotte)
Our Lady Queen of Apostles (Hamtramck)
Sacred Heart (Dearborn)
St. Alphonsus (Dearborn)
St. Ambrose (Grosse Pointe Park)
St. Augustine (Richmond)
St. Barbara (Dearborn)
St. Charles Borromeo (Newport)
St. Fabian (Farmington Hills)
St. Florian #1 + St. Florian #2 (Hamtramck)
St. Francis Xavier (St. André Bessette Parish, Hamtramck)
St. James (Ferndale)
St. John the Baptist (Dearborn Heights)
St. John the Baptist (Monroe)
St. Joseph (Divine Grace Parish, Maybee)
St. Ladislaus (St. John Paul II Parish, Hamtramck)
St. Lawrence (Utica)
St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception (Monroe)
St. Mary, Our Lady of the Annunciation (Rockwood)
St. Mary (Wayne)
St. Mel (Dearborn Heights)
St. Michael the Archangel (Livonia)
St. Patrick (Divine Grace Parish, Carleton)
St. Paul on the Lake (Grosse Pointe Farms)
St. Raphael (St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, Garden City)
St. Sabina (Dearborn Heights)
St. Stephen (New Boston)
St. Veronica (Eastpointe)
St. Vincent de Paul (St. Damien of Molokai Parish, Pontiac)

Formally suppressed (resigned to profane use) since posting:
St. Bartholomew  (St. Bartholomew–St. Rita Parish)
Sacred Heart (St. Padre Pio Parish, Roseville)

Churches that no longer have regularly-scheduled Mass but have not been formally suppressed:
St. Louis the King #1 + St. Louis the King #2
St. Patrick

Chapels & shrines:
Felician Motherhouse  (Livonia)
Manresa Retreat House (Bloomfield Hills)
Mariannhill Mission Society  (Dearborn Heights)
Miles Christi Family Center (South Lyon)
Monastery of the Blessed Sacrament (Farmington Hills)
Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima (Riverview)
St. Albertus #1 + St. Albertus #2
St. Bonaventure Monastery

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