Eucharistic Adoration

Lent Mass hours, Confession Information and all events during lent.  See LENT EVENTS   

Midwest Apologetics Conference Information on DVD's and CD's

Lenten / Easter Basket Offerings 2014

Movie Night  


Catechism Corner   Catechism Schedule: Wed., April 16 at 6:15PM: Class for ALL; Benediction for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 8th.  Wed., April 23 at 6:15PM: Class for ALL; Benediction for K, 1st, 2nd, 6th, and 7th Wed., April 30: Class for ALL; Benediction for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 8th

Photographer Needed We are still in need of a photographer for our: * Confirmation Mass on Saturday, April 26. at Noon

* May Crowning Mass on Sunday, May 4. at 10:00AM *First Holy Communion Mass on Saturday, May 10@Noon

If you have the talent and equipment to handle this, and would like to volunteer, please call: Paul or Carroll Schuller at (586) 254-9212

Save the Date … Registration for the 2014-2015 Catechism School Year is right around the corner. Registration dates are Wednesday, April 16, and Wednesday, April 23, in the Fr. Mikus Hall during class time. Fees are $50 per student with a family maximum of $150. Kindergarten and Special Needs Students are free. You must be a registered parishioner to enroll.

Class Cancellation Notification Policy It is your responsibility to check if class has been cancelled. You can check our website: http://www.saintcyrils.org.  FLASH button has notification center OR Click the HTML button, in the upper left hand corner, just below events it would say "classes cancelled". A decision will be made by 1:00PM day of classes.

Easter Novena Begins Easter Our Easter Novena will begin on Easter Monday, April 20. Novena Mass Cards are for living or deceased relatives and friends and are available in English and in Slovak for $10 each. Available after Masses on weekends or in the Parish Office on weekdays from 10AM—5PM.

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the most precious gift anyone can receive


Wednesdays in Lent Series: 6:25PM – 7:30PM (in the Father Mikus Hall unless specified otherwise)

Listen here

March 12 -Fr Luigi talk on Passion of Christ Through The Eyes of Stigmatic's 

March 19 - Couples Prayer/Family Prayer in Lent (Bethane Cabrera, Allyson Docken)

March 26: How to Evangelize with Steven Dawson

April 2: Benefits of Reading the Bible (Deacon Gerald & Virginia Smigell)

April 9: Mercy and Forgiveness Night (Presenter: Alejandra Correa)


YOLO—Young Adult Ministry Attention: Young Adult Men & Women (18-35 years old)!

Please Note: There will be no 3rd Friday event this month because it falls on Good Friday. We hope you are able to join the parish for a day of prayer and fasting.

Lastly, mark your calendar for Fridays, May 2, for a Holy Mass and game night and May 16 for the End-of-the-Year Bash! We hope you are able to join us. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, contact: Mary Giroux, yolo.live4Christ@gmail.com 


Marian Peace Center of Detroit is pleased to present Matthew Arnold, Catholic Apologist, Host of the Radio Program Shield of Faith, Founder of Pro Multis Media and Producer of Inspirational and Educational CDs for Lighthouse Catholic Media, at Ss. Cyril & Methodius on Saturday, April 12. The day will begin with the Holy Rosary at 8:00AM, Holy Mass at 9:00AM, followed by a talk by Matthew. Free-will offering.

Matthew will share his amazing conversion story and speaking on the approved apparition of Our Lady of Good Success. Matthew has been entrusted with a sacred mission: to spread the messages of Our Lady of Good Success. A former Hollywood entertainer, Matthew’s spiritual beliefs ran the gamut from New Age to Agnosticism. His is a surprising and inspiring story of how he discovered Christ and his Church along with this beautiful devotion to Our Lady.

Copies of this talk are available see the information here


Blood Drive  Monday, April 14

Our next Blood Drive is on Monday during Holy Week, April 14, (the same day as our ―Big Confession Day‖). Thank you to everyone who has signed up. If you have not yet signed up, please sign up today. Without the proper amount of blood on-hand, patients (perhaps even our family members or friends) may not have blood available for necessary operations or emergencies. If you are planning to donate blood on April 14, please begin to prepare now by eating foods that are rich in iron as follows: *Red meat *Fish, poultry or liver *Beans *Iron-fortified cereals *Raisins or prunes *Dark leafy greens such as spinach. If you eat iron-rich foods along with those that provide plenty of Vitamin C, your body can absorb the iron better. During Lent when many people fast, it is especially possible to become deficient in iron and low iron is one of the main reason people are deferred from donation blood. Therefore, please follow the steps outlined above.

Additional simple steps to help ensure a successful donation include: *Getting a good night’s sleep *Eating a good breakfast or lunch *Avoiding tea, coffee or other caffeinated beverages *Drinking extra water and fluids a few hours before donating. God bless you for your consideration in donating blood. Questions, please contact: Sandi Brady, 586-726-6911 or Alice Tocco, 586-752-7282


Life Teen: High School Ministry  Monday, April 14, Our Life Night (i.e. youth group meeting) includes a meal, friendship, video, and adoration with prayer. This night is part of our Alpha series and will break open how we can be filled with the Holy Spirit. For any teens desiring to taste God’s love and peace, and who are open to receive more of what He has for them, this is a "must attend" kind of night.

Other details: There will be NO HOLY MASS OR COMMUNION SERVICE before the Life Night---the Life Night begins at 7:00PM in the hall.

NO LIFE NIGHT ON APRIL 21—Happy Easter!

3rd Annual Life Teen Road Rally: Registration Open Friday, May 16, 6:30-10:30PM Begins and ends in Fr. Mikus Hall with travel in between

Cost: $5 per participant (food & prizes included)

Registration: Payment and form due by May 5.

Check out our Life Teen page on Facebook: ―Ss. Cyril & Methodius Life Teen Ministry‖

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Youth Minister & Life Teen Coordinator, Jordan Langbeen, jordan.langbeen@gmail.com  (586) 943-1722

See us now on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/SSCyrilandMethodiusLifeTeenMinistry

See Life Teen Video here http://youtu.be/6ZWVJuAnMJM


VBS Weekly  Tuesday, April 15 , 92 days until our next VBS with Cat Chat, but who is counting. I guess, Ms. Moe is. I am so excited about this summer's program. I won't tell you all the cool things the children will get to experience, but I will tell you a few each week in the bulletin.

First, we get to study two of my favorite saints. One has to do with the Divine Mercy Jesus and the other is very closely connected to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Can you guess whom I am talking about?

The theme of this year’s VBS is "A Radical Ride on the Wings of Prayer". Mrs. Lisa and I are going to let you guys design the T-Shirt. Isn't that AWESOME? Be sure to keep your eye on the VBS Weekly News Article, or take a peek at the VBS Corner, for details on the AWESOME T-Shirt designing contest. Details will be posted in the next week or two.

The next VBS Planning Meeting is Tuesday, April 15, at 7:00PM in the Overflow Room. This is a mandatory meeting for all volunteers. Volunteers must be young at heart, but at least entering 8th grade CCD this coming fall. See you soon!

In Christ, Ms. Moe (586) 219-6678 moeprays@gmail.com


Holy Land Presentation by Fr. Libor  April 15 & 16 With the approaching solemnity of Easter, I would like to invite you to personally prepare for the celebrations. The events of Jesus’ passion, death and resurrection have spiritual meaning for our personal lives, but they are also a part of a specific historical and geographical context. Knowing this context helps to imagine the events and more fully appreciate their impact on our lives.

I will make a presentation on the last days of Jesus in Jerusalem with pictures and explanations. This presentation will take place on Tuesday, April 15, at 7:00PM and Wednesday, April 16, at 10:00AM in the South Hall. Everybody is invited.

I have a significant update on the pictures versus what I showed in past years. I look forward to sharing them with you. Fr. Libor


Easter Pilgrimage of Detroit Historic Churches On Monday, April 21, sponsored by Prayer Pilgrimages, we plan to visit by deluxe motorcoach and have guided tours at the following eight churches: St. Florian, Old St. Mary, Holy Family, Most Holy Redeemer, St. Bonaventure, St. Albertus, Sweetest Heart, and close with a 7 PM Latin Mass at St. Joseph Church. All of the churches will be specially decorated for Easter. The total cost is $40 per person which includes a buffet meal in Mexicantown. Pickups at Farmington Hills' Kmart, Dearborn's Levagood Park, Troy's Oakland Mall, Sterling Height's Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church, Lincoln Park's Sears. To reserve or more information: Michael Semaan, (248) 250-6005,www.prayerpilgrimages.com


Children’s Summer Musical "Bones" Announcing the 6th Annual Children’s Summer Musical titled "Bones!". This year's musical is centered around Ezekiel and the accounts of the valley of the dry bones. Practices will be from 6:00—8:00PM on Mondays and Thursdays beginning in the second week of May and running until the performances on July 12th-13th. Children ages 6-13 are welcome to join! Info meeting on Tuesday, April 22, at 7:30PM in the Fr. Mikus Hall.

For more information, please contact: Megan Wolf, megan.wolf@wayne.edu  or (586) 854-3934


Information Night for Total Consecration to Jesus thru Mary What do Popes Pius IX, Leo XIII, St. Pius X, Benedict XV, Pius XI, Pius XII, Paul VI, John Paul II, Fr. Ben, and Fr. Luigi have in common?

Their Total Consecration according to St. Louis de Montfort. This Saint from the 18th Century was the one to whom the task was given to explain thoroughly the path "to Jesus through Mary" and to shape that path into a definite method of spiritual life. This devotion embraces one’s entire life, not just one’s prayer times or specific religious acts. St. Louis realized that Mary is the pathway to her Son, leading souls quickly and securely to Jesus Christ, the Eternal Wisdom. This does not conflict or compete with any other devotion or consecration; it perfects them.

Come and find out how on Thursday, April 24, after the 7:00PM Holy Mass. We will have information along with Q&A in Room 114. Questions: Jenni Hulway, (586) 453-4580


Canonization of Pope/Blessed John Paul II & John XXIII

The Canonization of Pope/Blessed John Paul II & John XXIII will be featured LIVE in the Fr. Mikus Hall on the big screen on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27, at 3:00AM. More details to follow!


American Heritage Girl Information Night Tuesday April 29, at 7:00PM in the Fr. Mikus Hall. Please come to an informational meeting to learn more about how you can help to form an American Heritage Girls troop here, at St. Cyrils! AHG is a family-friendly, pro-life, Christ-centered, character building organization for young women ages 5-18. Girls can go camping, do crafts and games, earn activity patches and Catholic religious medals, and so much more. Most of all, it's fun!

The upcoming parent/volunteer meeting will focus on what AHG is, and what we need to start a troop. We will have games and activities for girls that come, too! For more information, please contact: Johanne Newell, Lady_Adora@hotmail.com ,(248) 689-6869 Please visit AHG's website: www.AHGonline.org 


Legion of Mary will be having our annual spring luncheon on Thursday, May 1, at Club Monte Carlo, 50265 Van Dyke (between 22 & 23 Mile Roads), Shelby, starting at Noon with registration beginning at 11:00AM. The speaker will be a priest from the Canons Regular of the Holy Cross. The cost is $13 payable at the door, but please RSVP no later than Wednesday April 23, to: Mary Shiner (248) 689-5738, Joyce Conroy (586)795-0661 or Mary Kessler, (248) 879-9776


Mini Bible Study * May 1—June 5 "The Gospel of Saint John" Thursday Evenings: May 1 — June 5, 7:00PM—8:30PM, Room 117 Bring Your Own Bible I. Divinity of Jesus, Son of the Father in the love of the Trinity Presented By: Deacon Gerald & Virginia Smigell and Steven Piskorowski Questions or to pre-register: (586) 726-6911


12 Oils of Ancient Scripture talk will be given again on Tuesday, May 6, in the South Hall from 7:00—9:00PM. If you would like to hear a good explanation of essential oils and how they worked in ancient times as well as today, please feel free to attend. If you have any questions, please contact: Michelle Burke, (248) 879-2406


Annual Clergy Appreciation Dinner St Nicholas 7011 Knights of Columbus is sponsoring its “Annual Clergy Appreciation Dinner” on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 6:30 PM.  Tickets are on sale now at the parish office.  Tickets will also be sold after the Holy Masses April 26, 27 and May 3, 4. Any questions contact: Joe Honce 248-224-1132


Slovak May Celebration  Saturday, May 17, 6:00PM

Májová Veselica Guláš—Goulash Dinner, Dessert, Coffee, Soft Drinks, Beer

DJ Dance Music Selections

Adults: $12 in advance / $15 at the door, Kids (ages 10 through 15): $6,  Kids (9 and under): Free

Tickets: Parish Office (Weekdays), (586) 726-6911  Jozef Krajcovic, (248) 363-6560  Stefan Sobolic, (586) 598-2723


Eucharistic Adoration Thursdays

Ss. Cyril & Methodius Parish has a weekly opportunity for Eucharistic Adoration beginning after the 7:00PM Thursday night Holy Mass, and continuing until the 9:00AM Friday morning Holy Mass. We could use a little help as people’s schedules change. Please consider coming in to show your love for our Eucharistic Lord. Our great need right now is between Midnight to 1:00AM and 1:00AM to 2:00AM. Thank you to all adorers who have been able to keep their commitments.

Come and find out what we already know. God cannot be outdone in generosity. Please prayerfully consider taking on an hour. For more information, call Becky Bueche, (586) 781-4635 or write bueche@fettesmfg.com 


Father Elemir J. Mikus
We are trying to chronicle the history of Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church and need help. We need photos, yearbooks, letters and anything that will help bring back the memory of the church and school. Photos of Fr. Mikus, or previous Pastors, would be very helpful. If you have any items, please drop them off at the office or, if possible, email them to: rickyamin314@hotmail.com   
Also, add your memories of Father Elemir Mikus, beloved Pastor of Ss. Cyril & Methodius for almost 30 years, to our special web page.  Visit: www.saintcyrils.org/fathermikus.htm   


Ss. Cyril & Methodius Latin Schola  Looking For New Members The schola has successfully been formed and will sing approximately twice a month here for the Saturday 6 PM Latin Tridentine Mass beginning on October 26th (Feast of Christ the King in the Traditional Calendar) and for other special occasions. They practice every week on Saturday from 4:45PM to 5:45PM in Room #119. If you would like to join or have any questions, please contact Michael Semaan, (248) 250-6005.


Adult Choir—Singers Needed  Attention all parishioners! The Ss. Cyril & Methodius adult choir is currently holding practices on Tuesday evenings from 7:00-9:00PM. We need more of all voices - sopranos, altos, tenors and basses! We encourage all those who want to participate in the Holy Mass in this sacred and special way to join us. Our repertoire covers a wide range of musical periods. Please join us! St. Cecilia patroness of musicians, pray for us! For further information, please contact: Matt Simpson, (810) 614-4522, matthewsimpson87@gmail.com.


Electronic Giving Now Available If you would like to have your church donation automatically sent from your bank to ours, please see the authorization form in the vestibule. Questions: please contact Suzanne Navarre, (586) 726-6911, or snavarre@saintcyrils.org. Form here


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