Posts from 2020

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Weekend Mass, December 26 & 27

by Chelsey Cobb

There will not be any Masses at St. Francis Xavier this weekend, December 26 & 27. We will have the normal Tuesday night Mass, with confession at 6:00 pm and Mass at 6:30 pm. The weekend Mass times at SS. Charles & Helena are: Saturday- 5:00 pm Sunday- 8:30 am & 11:00 am We are […]

Realign Resources for Missions Meeting – Wednesday, December 9 at 7:00 p.m.

by Chelsey Cobb

The Diocese of Lansing is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Below is a document with frequently asked questions and the information for the Zoom meeting. Frequently Asked Questions.pdf Topic: St. Francis – Diocese of Lansing Time: Dec 9, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 833 […]

Parish Office Update

by Chelsey Cobb

Dear Parishioners, There are going to be office hour changes starting next week, June 22nd, occurring between ourselves, St. Francis Xavier, and our sister parish, SS. Charles & Helena.  For those of you who do not know, the parish secretary at SS. Charles & Helena is retiring, this means that I will step in working […]

Invitation Back to Mass

by Chelsey Cobb

MASS INVITATION Next Sunday, Pentecost Sunday, we will celebrate our first public Mass here at St. Francis.  All are invited, however, we are only allowed 25% of our seating capacity. This comes to 85 people. So first come, first served; once we reach this number the rest will be turned away. Also, a mask is required […]

Message from Fr. Ken

by Chelsey Cobb

During this unprecedented time dealing with the coronavirus we painfully and sadly are advised to stay away from Mass for the benefit off all, however, we desperately need your financial support for our parish. Please, if it is not a strain upon your budget, mail your Sunday offerings to the parish office or consider giving […]

Worldwide Rosary with Pope Francis

by Chelsey Cobb

Thursday, March 19 at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time or 9:00 p.m. Rome Time. We will pray the Luminous Mystery for a quick end of the Coronavirus Pandemic. We are led to the luminous and transfigured face of Jesus Christ and His Heart by Mary, Mother of God, health of the sick, to whom we turn with […]