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Saint Hyacinth Calendar




January 21 - Catechism Refresher following the 11:15 AM Mass, Discussion Topic: Sacred Scripture basics

Saturday, February 3 and Sunday, February 4 - Blessing of the throats will be done after all Masses in celebration of Saint Blaise Feast Day

Wednesday, February 14 - Ash Wednesday. Ashes will also be distributed following the weekend Masses on Saturday, February 17 and Sunday, February 18.

February 18 - Catechism Refresher following the 11:15 AM Mass, Discussion Topic: Understanding the Holy Mass

Sunday, March 11 - 16th Annual Blessing of the Polish American Dance Ensembles. Please join us for this wonderful celebration and display of our Polish Heritage along with 150 Polish Dancers in traditional costumes of Poland.

March 18 - Catechism Refresher following the 11:15 AM Mass, Discussion Topic: Suffering: Why God allows it and how we are redeemed through our sufferings.

Sunday, March 25 - Palm Sunday and Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

Thursday, March 29 - Holy Thursday Mass at 5:00PM

Friday, March 30 - 12:00 to 3:00 PM, Good Friday Services/Gorzkie Zale in Polish and English. Distribution of Communion will begin at 2:45PM

Saturday, March 31 - Holy Saturday Easter Vigil at 5:00 PM followed by Mass at 6:00 PM.

Saturday, March 31 - Blessings of the Easter Baskets at 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM and 2:30 PM.

Sunday, April 1 - Easter Sunday Mass at 10:00 AM.

Sunday, April 8 - 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.

April 15 - Catechism Refresher following the 11:15 AM Mass, Discussion Topic: TBD

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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