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to Holy Family Parish!


Holy Family is a parish rich in Italian tradition, founded in 1909. We continue both the "Italian" with our weekly Sunday Italian Mass and interaction with Italian Clubs, and the "tradition" especially in the Liturgy, providing both the Tridentine liturgy and the new liturgy in Latin language. Italians love our parish, and very many non-Italians love it and participate as well. The building is outstanding for its art and architecture.

News, Announcements and Upcoming Events

Join us for a cooked breakfast after our Sunday first-of-the-month Tridentine Mass. We invite breakfastees to consider a free-will donation. 

Check out these gorgeous photos of our beautiful parish: (Click here)


   +  9:30am Sunday Latin Masses will be in the manner of the Tridentine Mass (sometimes called TLM, that is, using the 1962 Missal, with preaching in English)

   + Italian Masses, when they come from the various Italian Societies, Clubs, and so on, are all the Paul VI Missal and Lectionary in Italian, but the preaching is mostly in English


  • Sept. 27-Oct. 11 No weekday Mass​

  • Oct. 8, 1st-Sunday-of-the-Month Parish Breakfast. Columbus day, and therefore also: ​​​​

    • 9:30am Latin Mass

    • 11:30am Italian Mass

  • Fri, Oct. 13; Daily Mass schedule resumes; Eucharistic adoration after Mass​

  • Sun., Oct. 15: Detroit Free Press Marathon, No Masses (parish inaccessible)

  • Mon., Oct. 30: No Mass today

  • Wed., Nov. 1: All Saints, 11:30am conf., 12n Mass. Holy Day of Obligation

  • Thu., Nov. 2, All Souls Day, 11:30am conf., 12n Mass

  • Sun, Nov. 5th. 1st-Sunday-of-the-Month Parish Breakfast. Breakfast after both masses:

    • 9:30am Latin Mass, with Italian American Chamber of Commerce

    • 11:30 Italian annual memorial mass for All Souls

  • Mon., Nov. 6- Fri, Nov. 10, No weekday Mass​

  • Sun., Nov 19th: First "Faith and Culture Conference" 15 min. after 9:30am Mass. Will regularly recurr on the third Sunday of the month. After both Mass and refreshments, brief conference then Q&A.​

  • Dec. 3: St. Nicholas Breakfast, children's play after the 9:30am Mass​

  • Dec. 24: Christmas Eve, Carols at 10:30pm, Mass: 11:00pm

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