We at St. Damien of Molokai are a vibrant parish lived out in a multicultural experience.  Following the example of our humble patron, we embrace the challenge to harmonize the diversity within our faith community in order to draw closer to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.

A message from the Archdiocese of Detroit

The Archdiocese of Detroit stands with the brave survivors who seek to bring the crime of sexual abuse by clergy and other Church representatives into the light, where those who sinned are confronted and those who were harmed can find healing.

To those harmed by the actions and inaction of Church leaders: It is inexcusable and we are sorry.

With the hope of healing and in response to questions from members of our faith community, we created this site to consolidate and share our ongoing efforts to protect all those in our care.

Visit their page on Protecting Our Children and Youth.

A message from all of us at St. Damien of Molokai

In regard to two pieces of recent news, (i) reports of abusive and criminal activity of the former Cardinal Archbishop of Washington, DC, and the subsequent negligent response towards his actions, and (ii) the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report that is a more detailed and regional finding of what was reported in the nation-wide John Jay Report of 2002, we stand in solidarity with victims demanding justice. We commit ourselves to lasting change and affirm what both Archbishop Vigneron and Pope Francis have said, “it takes a culture.” Visit our page for more information.

Un mensaje de todos nosotros de S. Damian de Molokai:

En referencia a dos noticias recientes, (i) la actividad criminal y abuso del ex-cardenal-obispo de Washington, DC, y la respuesta negligente a sus acciones, y (ii) el reportaje del Pennsylvania Grand Jury que contiene una cuenta detallada de lo que encontraron en el nation-wide John Jay report del 2002, nosotros estamos en solidaridad con las victimas en la llamada a la justicia verdadera. Nos comprometemos a una iglesia con un cambio verdadero y afirmamos lo que dijeron el Papa Francisco y Arzobispo Vigneron, “hace falta un cambio en la cultura.” Visite nuestra pagina para mas informacion.



Do you know you can go online and donate? Fast, easy and secure! Click here and it will link you to the page to donate for St. Damien of Molokai.

¿Sabes que puedes donar online para CSA? Es una manera facil y segura.. Haz click aqui y llena la forma de San Damian de Molokai. 


October is Respect Life Month.
Please drop off Baby Shower items for Crisis Pregnancy Centers, to Support Expectant Mothers in Need. October 14 and 21. 

Requested items:(note the bigger sizes needed)

  • Diapers (New Born, size 4 and 5). 
  • Onesies- 12-24 months,Crib Sheets, 3 pack bottles,
  • Sleepers for boys and girls sizes (NB) 12 -24 months
  • Baby toiletries (head to toe baby wash, lotion, A&D ointment, Desitin diaper cream) wipes.
  • Enfamil powdered formula (no liquid)
  • Towels & washcloths
  • Bouncy seats, Teethers, Rattles, Swings, High chairs, Pack and Plays
  • Financial Support
  • Meijer Cards


Mass Times

Monday - 8:15 am at St. Michael*
Monday- 6:30pm - St. Michael in Spanish
Tuesday - 8:15 am at St. Michael*
Wednesday-12:00 noon at St. Vincent
Thursday - 8:15 am at St. Michael*
Friday - 8:15 am at St. Michael*
*In the Chapel at St. Michael

Saturday - 4:30 pm at St. Vincent

9:00 am at St. Vincent in Spanish
9:00 am at St. Michael in English
11:00 am at St. Vincent in English
11:00 am at St. Michael in Spanish
7:00 pm at St. Vincent in Spanish

Reconciliation / Confesiones
St. Vincent Site/San Vicente
Saturday/Sábados 3:15 - 4:15 pm
Sunday/Domingo 6:15 - 6:45pm
Or by appointment / O con cita

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 9am - 12pm and 1pm - 4pm