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.

What's Happening

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Parish Calendar

Friday, May 14
  • Confessions 5:30 am - 6:00 am
  • Holy Mass 6:00 am - 7:00 am
  • Confessions 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
  • Holy Mass 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Friday, May 14

Saint Matthias

FEAST DAY

The name Matthias occurs in the Acts of the Apostles 1:23.26. After Judas fell out, to make up the number 12, Matthias was chosen by lot to become one of the Twelve. Apparently, the testimony of exactly Twelve

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Sunday, May 16

The Ascension of the Lord

SOLEMNITY

The early Church did not celebrate a particular feast of the Ascension of the Lord. The content of this feast was first very closely associated with the Easter celebration. What probably transpires here are the multiple traditions preserved in …

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Saturday, May 22

Pentecost Vigil

Coming of the Holy Spirit — Pentecost

On Sunday, May 23, 2021, the Catholic Church celebrates the sending of the Holy Spirit – Pentecost. The 50th day after Easter marks the end of the Easter season. The day of Pentecost …

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Sunday, May 23

Pentecost Sunday

SOLEMNITY

The Acts of the Apostles (2:1-41) describe the disciples gathered together on the 50th day after Easter. They receive the Holy Spirit that enables them to talk in different languages. Peter summons the crowds to conversion and baptism; three …

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Sunday, May 30

The Most Holy Trinity

SOLEMNITY

The Easter cycle – concluded with Pentecost – determines the dates of other liturgical celebrations: The Most Holy Trinity, Corpus Christi, and Sacred Heart.

Importance

The feast of the Most Holy Trinity belongs to those liturgical feasts that do …

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Monday, May 31

The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

FEAST DAY

This feast day reflects the biblical report about the visitation of Mary with Elisabeth, her relative (Luke 1:39-45). When the pregnant Elisabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the child in her womb leaped for joy. The encounter of these two …

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