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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

Colors:

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...

On May 13th, Bishop Boyea will be coming to Flint to celebrate a special Mass at St. Mary’s (2500 North Franklin Ave, Flint) where we will have an Act of Entrustment of Flint to the Blessed Virgin Mary under the title, Mary, Mother of Flint.

To spiritual...

Holy Thursday - March 29th (No Daily Masses)

10:30am -  Chrism Mass in Lansing

6:00pm  -   Our Lady of Guadalupe 

6:30pm  -   St. Matthews

7:00pm  -   St. John Vianney

10:00pm-   Night Prayer at St. John Vianney

Good Fr...

Ash Wednesday Masses on February 14th will be as follows:

8:00am - St. Mary's

10:30am - St. John Vianney

12:00pm - St. Michael (Ashes only, no mass)

12:10pm - St. Matthew

5:30pm - St. Matthew

7:00pm - St. John Vianney

Note: "Ash Wednesday is an obligatory day...

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