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I believe in God – of course! – and I believe in love and there is plenty of that here in Flint! Unfortunately, I am saying ‘good-bye’ after a short stay here. I have come to appreciate Flint even in the midst of a difficult year for our world and our n...

"Based on the current circumstances and with a profound desire to protect the health and well being of all, Bishop Boyea has discerned that the current suspension of all public Masses and the liturgical directives established on March 17, 2020 should re...

"After consultation with the priests of the diocese, who were of mixed minds on this matter, and out of deep concern for the health of all our folks especially our elders, and with due deference to medical and government authorities, it has been decided...

Mass times for Christmas Vigil and Christmas Day (scroll to see both):

September 30, 2019

The Catholic Community of Flint will be offering a Holy Hour on the 2nd Monday of each month (October 14th, November 11, December 9th, January 13th). This will take place at the St. Matthew Campus in downtown Flint.

Come spend a Holy Hour with Jesus! All...

Friends of Dorothy’s,

We would like to invite all of you to our Lenten series: Bread & Water. The name comes from the ancient Lenten tradition of the Church of fasting by only eating bread and water. The bread being a symbol of nourishment and water bein...

February 21, 2019

Mary, Mother of Flint Icon Symbolism


Mary: Red outer garment - symbolizes her original human nature

          Blue inner garment - her heavenly nature

Christ: Blue outer garment - symbolizes His true divinity

           Red inner...

Praise be Jesus Christ, now and forever. It was great to see St. Mary's Church full, standing room only, for the dedication of our City of Flint to Mary, Mother of Flint. There is still much work to be done concerning the shrine and it will take time an...

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