St. Benedict Parishioners, For sometime the Archbishop and his consultants have been considering a restructuring of our parish system, especially due to our dire lack of priests. COVID-19 has exacerbated not only our vocation problems, but also our financial challenges. Said challenges are facing us not in the near future, but now. Hence, we are … Read more
Eucharistic Adoration is now available at St. Benedict. The Monstrance can be viewed through the window 24 hours on the parking lot entrance. Please remember to practice social distancing and wear a facemask. God bless.
The following letters have been provided by and are being shared across the Archdiocese of Detroit: Letter from The Most Reverend Allen H. Vigneron, Archbiship of Detroit regarding the Michigan State Attorney General Investigation (pdf) Letter from the Honorable Michael J. Talbot, Chair of the Archdiocesan Review Board (pdf) AOD Online Resource In an effort … Read more
This year at the Easter Vigil our community was blessed to be able to welcome new members into our faith and to celebrate their initiation as full members of the Catholic Church. These new brothers and sisters committed themselves to follow Christ more deeply and learn about our faith through our Rite of Christian Initiation … Read more
Question: How long did Mary remain a virgin? Answer: The Church since the early centuries of Christianity has believed in Mary’s “perpetual virginity,” i.e. Mary remained a virgin before, during and after Jesus’ birth. This doctrine thus proclaims that Mary had no marital relations after the birth of Jesus nor gave birth to any other … Read more