• He is Risen!
  • Pentecost June 5, 2022
  • Altar of Repose
  • Adoration 3 to 4:45pm Sundays and 3 to 7:30pm Wednesdays
  • Confessions Sundays 3 to 4:45 pm

St. Joseph Events

Pray the Holy Spirit Novena beginning Thursday, May 26th.

Memorial Day Mass at our Cemetary, 10am Monday, May 30th.

The Marriage Course @ St. Joseph  REGISTER
One more evening this spring: June 18th

Find Financial Peace! Dave Ramsey at St. Joseph,
Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, starting June 8th. REGISTER

Come Holy Spirit! Celebrate Pentecost with St. Joseph
Vigil Prayer and Bonfire - June 4th 6 pm
Bubbles and donuts after Masses - June 5th @9 & 11 am



Welcome to St. Joseph's home on the Internet. Located six miles south of Ypsilanti, hidden between pine trees and corn fields, Saint Joseph Catholic Church serves the growing community of greater Ypsilanti. Here you will find generous hospitality and living faith. Sign up to receive our E-Newsletter today!!

We are a small parish with a unique pastoral situation because our pastor splits time with Sacred Heart Major Seminary, but we are "full-service parish" where you can grow in faith and take part in Christ's mission in the Church. We boast an active youth group, weekly Children's religious education including Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for the youngest ones, periods of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, an active Council of Catholic Women, Knights of Columbus, Bible Study, and more. Above all, here you will find God's Word proclaimed in Holy Scripture and His Body and Blood offered and adored in the Most Holy Eucharist. Come and share in God's good work at Saint Joseph parish.

Recent Bulletins

  • Sun, May 22nd

  • Sun, May 15th

Diocese Newsletters





Sundays 9 am, 11 am, 5 pm

Wednesdays 9:30 am


Wednesdays 3 pm - 7:30 pm
Sunday, 3 pm – 4:45 pm

Personal Prayer in the Church:

Church Open for Prayer: Monday – Friday, 9 am –12 pm

Confession available: 
Confessions:  Sunday, 3 pm – 4.45 pm

The Parish Office is open Monday-Friday 9 am - 12 pm
Office Phone: 734-461-6555

St. Joseph Calendar

Clergy Communication


Purgatory and Prayers for the Departed by Deacon Gary Perrydore

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Receiving Christ

“I Am the Bread of Life”

By Deacon Gary Perrydore

At various times, it ... Read More »

Friday Penance - Only for Lent?

Penance on Friday, isn’t that just during Lent?

Deacon Gary Perrydore

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News from The Vatican

Pope to Italian Civil Protection: ‘Good makes no noise but builds the world'

Pope Francis meets volunteers of the Italian Civil Protection Department in the Vatican and says their service is a concrete expression of true fraternity.

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Catholic groups congratulate new Australia PM as he is sworn in

As the new Australian Labor prime minister, Anthony Albanese is sworn into office, Catholic organizations offer their congratulations and urge him to put compassion and justice at the heart of governance.

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Cardinal Parolin: Ukraine peace negotiations needed right away

Celebrating Mass on the day commemorating the death of Saint Rita of Cascia, the Cardinal Secretary of State made reference to current events, invoking the intercession of the patron saint of impossible causes to put an end to the violence in Ukraine.

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Faith Magazine

Read: Why Ann thanks God for her switch to Catholic schools

Read: Why Ann thanks God for her switch to Catholic schools

David Kerr

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Read: "Why You Should Join Me in Reading the Catechism" by Pete Burak

Read: "Why You Should Join Me in Reading the Catechism" by Pete Burak

David Kerr

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Read: "Why I Love Going to Holy Mass" by Krystin Nelligan

Read: "Why I Love Going to Holy Mass" by Krystin Nelligan

David Kerr

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