• A Seven Week Experience
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      Sundays: October 5 - November 16, 2014
      Thursdays: October 9th - November 20, 2014
      Dinner Presentation and Discussion
      St. Clare of Montefalco Social Hall
       
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    • Resurrection Stories
      Read the Resurrection Stories of St. Clare parishioners shared at our Sunday Liturgies.

    • Pastoral Plan
      We are eager to engage you in our pastoral plan. We already have remarkable things happening in our parish and we want to celebrate and build on that foundation recognizing that more can be accomplished. 
       
      We welcome your involvement in our parish: as a member of the parish council, commissions, or the various ministries and we ask you to pray and discern your personal involvement. Please give us your feedback on this parish vision.

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    • Parish Mission Statement

      We bring together and welcome into our Catholic Community a richly diverse people to pray, to serve, and to learn in the name and presence of Jesus Christ.

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    • Welcome to St. Clare of Montefalco Parish!
      We are delighted to have you visit our website.  Here you will explore vibrant spirit of the parish and all of the opportunities for spiritual growth and education that St. Clare Parish and School have to offer you and your children. 

      Located at the corner of Mack Avenue at Outer Drive, St. Clare is a modest-sized parish in the Archdiocese of Detroit, founded by the Order of St. Augustine.  Many Augustinians and Dominican Sisters ... read more
       
    • Parish Highlights
      • October 5, 2014 | by Mike McDevitt
        I’d like to share one experience with you from the Pilgrimage to Poland. We floated for 10K on traditional Polish rafts with two Polish men in the most southern part of Poland right on the Slovakian border. It was beautiful, floating between the mountains with an occasional rush of white water. We eagerly awaited each bend as it brought new sights and surprises.
      • October 3, 2014 | by Fr. Andrew
        It must have been your prayers because our pilgrimage to Poland and Czech Republic turned out to be a wonderful experience and a joyful trip. We saw some of the most beautiful churches, buildings, monuments, and historical places in two different countries. We have learned about modern and ancient saints and the blessed of both countries.