• Festival 2014 in 3 Minutes
      Enjoy this time lapse video of Festival 2014.  It is about 3 minutes long.  The camera was placed on top of the school and ran from Sunday of festival week through the Monday after the festival.

    • Welcome to St. Joan of Arc Parish
      Welcome to the St. Joan of Arc Website. Even though we are one of the largest parishes in the Archdiocese of Detroit (3,500 families with 500 in our school and 450 in our religious education programs) the many ministries and groups that you can join and participate in create their own smaller community that make us feel like a much smaller parish.
      As you glance through these web pages, I hope you will feel free to contact us if you have any questions about any aspect of our parish community.  I also hope you will reflect on the ways you can become actively involved in our parish life.  There is certainly a niche for everyone!  All of the activities and ministries are designed to promote the building up of the Body of Christ in our midst.  Your presence and participation, whether at liturgies, our various ministries or functions, become a vital component of our ongoing growth as your own gifts and talents are shared with the entire parish community.
      May we keep each other in prayer as we journey daily closer to the Lord!
      In Christ,
      Msgr. G. Michael Bugarin
    • News / Upcoming Events
      • Click here to register for the 2014-2015 Religious Education Program
      • Wednesday, September 24, 7:00 PM People of all faiths and cultures are invited to a prayer service to celebrate International Day of Prayer for Peace. Bishop Michael J. Byrnes will lead the “Peace is The Right for All People” service at St. Bonaventure Monastery Chapel, 1760 Mount Elliott, Detroit on Wednesday, September 24, 7:00 PM. Also featured will be the Detroit Dearing Dance Company and the Capuchin Soup Kitchen Choir. The evening will be sponsored by the Capuchin ministries including the Capuchin Soup Kitchen and the Solanus Casey Center. Security and lighted parking will be available. 
      • After all the weekend Masses on September 27th and 28th there will be a Chocolate Candy Sale to fund the school lunch program and teacher’s salaries of our sister parish of St. James the Greater in Haiti. 100% of the proceeds of this sale will go toward helping these children.
      • This wonderful resource is a weekly reflection on the Sunday scripture readings which we purchased a license for to print and distribute. While it will be included in the bulletin each week, you may also download a PDF copy here.
      • Click here to learn how to inform civil authorities and the Archdiocese of Detroit about sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult by a member of the clergy or church personnel.
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