Holy Mass

Tuesday 7pm

Wednesday & thursday 9am

 Friday 7PM

Saturday 6PM

Sunday 10AM & 12:30PM

Reconciliation

One hour before mass

 

 

Tuesday-Friday

4pm to 8pm

Saturday

5pm to 8pm

Sunday

9am to 3pm

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION



Required documents:

Birth Certificate, Baptism certificate, First Communion certificate if you
are registering for Confirmation. Please do let us know if you are
coming from our sister parish.

Classes are Saturday 4-7 and Sundays 9-12

1st communion age requirement start at 8 years old

Confirmation start at 13 years old

Registration fees and books:

$50.00 per child.

Checks only please made out to:

St Paul Albanian CC

For any questions please call the office at
248-844- 2150


 

Our Religious Education programs join with the parents, who we consider to be primary educators of their children, in helping our youth to know and understand their Catholic Faith. We nourish a sense of belonging in each student, so that they and their families will have a greater sense of community and of being both needed and nourished within the Saint Paul's Parish Family.

 

THE GOALS OF THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAMS:

  • To enhance the faith that is rooted in our Baptism and shared in our community;

  • To provide religious formation consistent with the basic traditions and teachings of the church;

  • To provide the opportunity to experience the rich Sacramental life of the church;

  • To build community within our parish family

  • To involve our families in the mission of the church by answering God’s call to prayer and service;

  • To support the parent’s role as primary educators of their children by reinforcing basic beliefs & providing opportunities for future growth.

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​To inquire about any of our services

 

Please call Franz Llesh Grishaj at

586-566-5263

or

Shaqe Nicaj

586-995-9183

SACRAMENTS
The Sacraments are visible, tangible signs of God’s grace in our lives. God created us as physical beings and he desires to share his love and mercy with us in a way that is experiential, not just spiritual. So God comes to us through these holy Sacraments not just to engage our hearts, our minds, and our souls, but also our physical senses... We see the beauty of a Marriage ceremony; We feel the cleansing waters of Baptism; We smell the aroma of the chrism oil at Confirmation; We taste the bread which conceals Christ in the Eucharist; We hear the words of absolution during Reconciliation.

The Sacraments have both a visible and invisible reality – a reality open to all the human senses but only fully understood with the eyes of faith. When parents hug their children, for example, the visible reality we see is the hug. The invisible reality the hug conveys is love. We cannot "see" the love the hug expresses, though sometimes we can see its nurturing effect in the child.
It is the same with God's grace in us.

Guided by the Holy Spirit, the Church recognizes the existence of Seven Sacraments instituted by Jesus.
 
They are:

The Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, the Eucharist)
The Sacraments of Healing (Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick)
The Sacraments at the Service of Communion (Marriage and Holy Orders)

Through the Sacraments, God shares his grace and holiness with us so that we, in turn, can make the world holier. To learn more about the Sacraments or how to prepare for them, contact our Pastor,
Father Fred Kalaj at 248.844.2150

Office Hours

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