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Saint Hyacinth Calendar




Ash Wednesday - Ashes will be distributed at the weekend Masses at Saint Hyacinth on March 4th and 5th.

Sunday, March 26th - 11:15 AM Fifteenth Annual Blessing of the Polish American Dance Ensembles. Join us as we welcome the Detroit area Polish Dance organizations to our parish for a special blessing.

Saturday, April 8th and Sunday, April 9th - Palms will be handed out at both Masses and there will be a procession with the Palms to commemorate Christ's entrance into Jerusalem. All attendees at the Mass are welcomed and encouraged to join us in this procession.

Sunday, April 9th - Palm Sunday and Breafast with the Easter Bunny. Join us for breakfast and have your picture taken with a life sized Easter Bunny. Come join us to relax and leave the cooking to us. NEW TIME: 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Adults $8.00, Children $5.00.

Thursday, April 13th - Holy Thursday Mass at 5:00 PM. There will be a spaghetti dinner following Mass. Adults $8.00, under 12 $5.00. The church will be open until 7:00 PM for silent adoration and reflection.

Friday, April 14th - Good Friday Services from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
    12:00 PM - Gorzkie Żałe/Bitter Lamentations in Polish and English
      1:00 PM - Stations of the Cross
      2:00 PM - Divine Liturgy
      2:45 PM - Distribution of Communion

Saturday, April 15th - Święconka (Blessing of the Easter Baskets) at 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM and 2:30 PM

Saturday, April 15th- Holy Saturday Easter Vigil at 5:00 PM followed by Mass at 6:00 PM

Sunday, April 16th Easter Sunday Resurrection Mass 10:00 AM. Wesolego Alleluja!

Sunday, April 23rd - Divine Mercy Sunday - The Image of The Divine Mercy, and the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist will be on display and venerated in our church today. Praying of the Divine Mercy Chaplet will follow the Mass.

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"The more you are aware of your identity and the Christian culture out of which your ancestors grew, the more you will be able to serve your country and the common good. From these roots the full personality of the individual, the community, and the nation arise."
Pope John Paul II
1987 Address to Detroit Polonia