• Eucharistic Process June 6th
  • Confessions Sundays 3 to 4:45 pm
  • Adoration 2:30 to 4:45 PM Sundays
  • Deacon Gary and Mary Perrydore

St. Joseph Catholic Church Events

Bishop Boyea's dispensation for COVID ends on Sunday, May 23rd.  Welcome back all of our parishioners!  

Pentecost is May 23rd

Confirmation June 2nd at St. John the Baptist

Feast of Corpus Christi Eucharistic Procession June 6th

Save the date!  Parish Family Picnic August 29th


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. 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, Jun 13th

  • Sun, Jun 6th

Bishop Boyea celebrates Mass - Live Streamed from St Joseph Catholic Church





Sunday 9 am, 11 am, 5 pm;

Monday 8 am

Sunday, 2:30 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

June 2021 Calendar

The Deacon's Digest

How we live His love

"Late have I loved you, Beauty so ancient and so new, late have I ... Read More »

Living Two Great Commandments

Flowing Streams (Zondervan) is a wonderful memoir by Stuart Briscoe, a gifted preacher. One of ... Read More »

Plant Your Garden

First, come to the Garden alone, while the dew is still on the rose.

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News from The Vatican

Children at risk in Tigray, says UN

The UN has said thousands of children are at risk of dying from famine in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region. The warning comes as Pope Francis aks for prayers for the cessation of violence in the region, that "food and health care may be guaranteed to all, and that social harmony may be restored as soon as possible",

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Nicaragua: political crisis deepens ahead of elections

Nicaraguan police arrested and jailed five prominent opponents of President Daniel Ortega over the weekend. Amonst those arrested there are one-one-time rebel allies who are denouncing the President’s intentions to extend his mandate as an assault on democracy.

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A Vatican office rallies the strength of the laity

The Holy See's Dicasteries recounted from the inside: history, goals and mission - a look at how the offices work that support the Pope's ministry. The prefect of the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life, Cardinal Kevin Joseph Farrell, describes the work of his office in this interview.

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Faith Magazine

Read: Father Joe Krupp on Living Our Best Ever Lent

Read: Father Joe Krupp on Living Our Best Ever Lent

David Kerr

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Read: "Grateful for Adoption" by Father Dwight Ezop

Read: "Grateful for Adoption" by Father Dwight Ezop

David Kerr

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Worth a Read: Bishop Boyea's New Year Challenge

Worth a Read: Bishop Boyea's New Year Challenge

David Kerr

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