|St. Felix of Cantalice|
|Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska|
|Felician Motherhouse in Detroit SOURCE|
The Felician motherhouse later moved to Livonia in 1936 but the Felician Academy remained until 1967. What remained of the convent was burned down on November 3, 1969, and was later replaced by apartments.
The cornerstone of the Livonia motherhouse is dated to 1935 and features an inscription that translates to "God is my all."
The building was designed in a Neo-Renaissance style, with elements of the Byzantine Revival, and completed in 1936.
A large crucifix stands near the main door.
Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska, foundress of the Felicians, is portrayed in the narthex across from Our Lady of Częstochowa.
The Sanctus or "holy, holy, holy" is inscribed along the front of the baldachin. Images of the evangelists line the four surrounding pillars.
The Holy Spirit is depicted in the dome above the altar.
Side altars dedicated to St. Joseph (left) and St. Felix (right).
A circular window above the main doorway repeats the phrase "God is my all" and features the Franciscan Coat of Arms: the crossed hands of Jesus and Francis.
Scriptural symbols are seen throughout the stained-glass windows.
Stations of the Cross are embedded in the walls
The Agnus Dei is depicted in the gates of the altar rail
Woodwork details adorn the confessionals
Mass is at 7:30am, Monday-Saturday, and 9:00am on Sundays.
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