One in the Body of Christ

Welcome to SS. Cyril and Methodius, Roman Catholic Parish

Our Roots

We are grateful to God and all people who have been building this Parish since 1918 as a place, where Slovak Catholics could keep their faith and traditions, and preserve their identity, while being incorporated into the American society.

Our Presence

We are an open community, where all faithful people can find their spiritual home, deepen their understanding of the teaching of the Church, and put it into practice.

Our Future

We strive to build people by facilitating their connection with Christ and among each other. We offer adherence to the Magisterium and encourage life according to the gospel. We desire to remain a center for Slovaks in the Detroit area.

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Parish Calendar

Sunday, January 17
  • Holy Mass 7:30 am - 8:30 am
    Must wear face mask
  • Holy Mass 9:30 am - 10:30 am
    Must wear face mask
  • Holy Mass (Slovak) 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Must wear face mask
  • Tridentine Holy Mass (Latin) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Must wear face mask
  • Holy Mass 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    Must wear face mask
Saturday, January 23

Virtual Retreat – Spirituality of the Evangelist

All are welcome for a Catholic Biblical School of Michigan (CBSM) sponsored virtual retreat on Saturday, January 23, from 9:00AM – 3:00PM, held on Zoom.

TOPIC: The Spirituality of the Evangelist 

Virtual Retreat features talks by St. Paul Street Evangelization’s …

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Sunday, January 24

Sunday of the Word of God

In his motu proprio of 30 September 2019, Aperuit illis, Pope Francis has declared that the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time is to be devoted to the celebration, study, and dissemination of the word of God.

We are to …

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Monday, January 25

The Conversion of Saint Paul, the Apostle


The feast of Conversion of Saint Paul is an ecumenical feast. It is celebrated not only by Catholics, but also by many Protestant Christians.

The feast first appears in the Gallo-Frankish liturgy …

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Saturday, January 30

Caravan for Life

A Motor City Caravan for Life, sponsored by LIFESPAN, is taking place on Saturday, January 30. The Caravan will start at St. Hugo of the Hills Parking Lot (near Square Lake & Woodward) at 12:30PM, travel round-trip on Woodward Avenue …

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Tuesday, February 2

The Presentation of the Lord


Ancient sources talk about The Fortieth Day of the Birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Since January 6 was originally celebrated as the day of birth, the 40th day fell on February 14. Once the celebration of …

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Wednesday, February 3

Saint Blaise


Saint Blaise, martyr and bishop of Sebaste in Armania is believed martyred in the persecution of Licinius around 316. According to various accounts he was a physician before becoming a bishop. He is venerated by the …

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