The St. Constance Parish Family is a community of believers, dedicated to walking in the ways of Jesus, guided by HIS light and filled with HIS love, to bring about HIS Kingdom and share it with everyone by putting our Faith into Action !


Mary reminds us that new life is possible.

The month of May signals to us that something is changing. The winter cold recedes; the sun peeks out from the sweeping clouds. All around us, in grass and trees and flowers and creatures, life is once again unfurling.

Mary experienced many difficult seasons in her life. And yet, these painful experiences gave way to new, untold beauties. She mothered the Son of God, who performed miracles, spoke the good news and rose from the dead.

Suffering can make way for flourishing. The earth itself rejoices in the month of May, and we follow suit, praising God for the example of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In her, we see his grace at work, making all things new.


St. Constance with limited seating following the Archdiocese directives.  Our church will seat 42 individuals with another 30 individuals in our hall.

What Does Mass look like now?

7 Things you need to know about Returning to Mass

The Faithful are dispensed from obligtion of attending Mass at this time, through Sunday, September 6th.  Please pray the Spiritual Communion Prayer if you are staying home and watching mass on tv.

Spiritual Communion Prayer

If you would like to make an online Stewardship donation, please use the link below.  The link will take you to the CSA page, but the donations are for SUNDAY STEWARDSHIP.  The Archdiocese has repurposed this link to help us during this time. As always, we are grateful for your donations, particularly in these difficult times.


Latest updates from Archdioces of Detroit including links to masses:

Prepare for "Gradual Openings"of churches "WITH LIMITED SEATING"

Letter to parish families for resuming regular Mass schedule at St. Constance 

The Faithful are dispensed from obligation of attending Mass at this time, through Sunday, September 6th.  Please pray the Spiritual Communion Prayer while watching Mass on tv.

During this time, members of the faithful are urged to keep holy the Lord’s Day by making an act of Spiritual Communion,, a well-established devotional practice of uniting one’s self in prayer with Christ’s sacrifice when circumstances prevent one from receiving Holy Communion.

     Mass from home online or on TV through services offered by EWTN, Fox 2, and the Catholic Television Network of Detroit (CTND) in English and Spanish

Spiritual Communion Prayer

Another on-line Mass option Word on Fire


Mass Times

6:30 pm – Saturday
9:30 am – Sunday
11:30 am – Sunday
6:30 pm – Tuesday
9:00 am – Wednesday
6:30 pm - 1st Friday of the month

Office Hours

... for Secretarial
Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
(sick calls anytime)

313-291-4050 Office Phone
(call anytime, day or night)
313-291-5655 Office Fax
313-291-7916 Hall Phone


COVID-19: A Prayer of Solidarity

For all who have contracted coronavirus.

For those who are particularly vulnerable.

For all who experience fear or anxiety.

For affected families who are facing difficult decisions between food on the table or public safety.

For those who do not have adequate health insurance.

For those who are afraid to access care due to immigration status.

For our brothers and sisters around the world.

For public officials and decision makers.

Father, during this time may your Church be a sign of hope, comfort and love to all.

Grant peace Grant comfort Grant healing

Be with us, Lord.





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