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Enter into the Sacred Triduum

The Sacred Triduum is the most important time of the year for followers of Christ. Please join us for Mass as we remember and celebrate our Lord's last days, His death and victorious Resurrection!

Schedule of Masses

St. Irenaeus Music Director, Cliff Wilkins, offers some beautiful music and images for meditation and prayer during Holy Week.

Musical Meditation with Cliff Wilkins


Fr. Brian on Holy Week


Important Message from Fr. Brian April 7, 2020 »

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Sunday Mass

Click the button below to find Sunday, Saturday, or Daily Mass you can watch from home. These services are available online or televised by Catholic Television Network of Detroit (CTND), the Solanus Casey Center, EWTN, and Fox 2 in English and Spanish.

The Archdiocese of Detroit will broadcast a private (closed-door) Mass celebrated by Archbishop Vigneron from the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament at noon Sunday. The faithful can watch and participate in real time below and on the Archdiocese of Detroit’s Facebook page, or by clicking the button below:

Keeping Sunday Holy

For many of us, Sunday Mass is a staple of our week and our spiritual life. We look forward to Sunday as a day of rest and a day to worship God in the way most pleasing to him, in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

When it is not possible for us to participate at Mass, how can we still keep holy the Lord’s Day? Here's six tips for the faithful in the Archdiocese of Detroit  to consider.

Resources for the Faithful

The Archdiocese of Detroit has compiled updates, FAQs, prayer resources and more to help the Faithful journey through this Lent in the "domestic" church (their homes!). Click the link below to find these resources, as well as outlines for Holy Week and Mass live-streaming schedules.

Archbishop Allen Vigneron addresses the people of the Archdiocese of Detroit: "In my service as spiritual father, I earnestly desire to offer support and wise counsel in order to help us cope with the stress that comes with living through this pandemic." See his 10 Guideposts below:



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