Our Mission Statement: 
Love God, Love People, Make Disciples

Our Vision Statement:

We aspire to be a healthy, loving and growing faith community that brings people to Christ
and the Eucharist, and forms missionary disciples to send them out to transform our
communities. Every member is highly valued, and committed to worship, grow, serve,
connect and give freely.


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Special Masses

Please join us this Advent & Christmas Season!

Mass Schedule

Saturdays 4:00pm (M)
Sundays 8:30am (B) & 10:00am (M)

Thanksgiving Vigil: 11/25 7:00pm (M)
Thanksgiving Day: 11/26 10:00am (B)

Immaculate Conception Vigil: 12/7 7:00pm (M)
Immaculate Conception: 12/8 9:00am (B)

Christmas Eve: 4:00pm (M), 7:00pm (B), & 10:00pm (M)
Christmas Day: 10:00am (M)

New Year’s Eve: 7:00pm (M)

Blessed Sacrament of Adoration and Confession

Tuesday Dec. 1st, 8th, 15th 7:00pm (M)


M = Mason Campus ~ 1010 S. Lansing St, Mason
B = Bunkerhill Campus ~1320 Catholic Church Rd, Leslie

Returning to Mass

Click below to see a video regarding what to expect when returning back to Mass

Back to Mass Video


Click below to review the Diocesan Guidelines for Returning to Mass.

Diocesan Guidelines


Message from Father Kusi

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Dear Brothers and Sisters, 

I felt really sad today as I was reflecting on the Gospel of the day, Luke 19: 41-44, to see Jesus weeping, crying over the city of Jerusa lem. This is the so called - City of God - the center of the Jewish world, the place where they go for pilgrimage each year to celebrate  the Passover, the holy place where they come to worship their God in the Temple Area, where the Ark of the Covenant is kept. Jesus is  in deep sadness because Jerusalem did not receive Him. They did not recognize in Him the hand of God. He sheds the tears of a reject ed lover! He cannot force His unconditional love on anyone, it must be freely accepted. 

I prayed in deep sadness today, not because of our rejection of Jesus, but because I know how much you love Jesus, I know how much  you love your faith, I know how much you love your Church. But because of the coronavirus you and I are limited in how we can freely  express our faith. I miss seeing you, not only in Church but in all our parish activities which are now shutdown upon us. We missed the  Holy Week, we missed Easter and now Advent is upon us. Are we also going to miss out on Advent and Christmas? Maybe not! Our God 

is good! Jesus is coming to you and I this Advent and Christmas, will we recognize Him and welcome Him into our life, into our home  and into our world? 

Bishop Boyea is leading us this Advent with the Year of the Bible. He invites us to join him in reading through the Holy Bible over the  course of the next 12 months. It is in the pages of the Sacred Scriptures that we encounter Jesus and fall in love with Him. To sign up for  this, all you have to do is pick up your cell phone and text the letters BYOB – that stands for Bishop’s Year of the Bible- to 84576. You  can also go directly to the diocesan website. Sign up today! 

Following Bishop’s lead we are also going digital this year. We are providing each family with a digital download card filled with weekly  talks by Fr. Dave Pivonka of the Wild Goose Ministries and music by The Vigil Project. There’s also a companion booklet which you can  use in small groups, in your families or as individuals. You can pick up your copy this weekend, or in the parish office throughout the  week. Also, we all have access to the Formed.org website and you can check out what they have to offer. I was planning to give you  another Christmas gift called The Search by Chris Stefanick. But now you can watch the seven episodes on the formed.org website. So  cool! I hope you’ll enjoy it. 

For charitable works, we have our annual Advent project of helping to fund the building of a new home for a homeless family in Haiti.  There’ll be white envelopes in the gathering spaces in our two churches for you to use if you so wish. Checks are to be made to thepar ish and on the memo line write Advent project. Every year we have always provided a new home for a homeless family. It will be even  much, much more appreciated during this pandemic time. 

Please come and join Deacon Chuong and I for the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on the first three Tuesdays of December at  7pm. I’ll also be available for Confessions during Adoration. There will be no Communal Penance so please join us at Adoration. 

My dear friends, these are some of the ways in which Jesus may choose to come into your life this Advent and Christmas season. Let us  open our eyes and welcome Him - Come, Lord Jesus! 

Father Kusi

What's Happening

Tis The Season Toy Drive 

All proceeds are donated to Motts Children’s Hospital 

Hello! I am Adrianna Adkins, and I am in 10th grade, hopefully getting  confirmed soon. Some may know, to be confirmed you have to successfully complete a service project. For my project two years ago, I  decided to collect toys for Mott Children's Hospital. When I saw how  much of an impact I was making, I decided to continue this for years to  come. After all the time that I have spent at the hospital over the last  couple of years, I became thankful that I was able to come home after  a short stay there. I also have a deep love for the Christmas season, so I  combined these two things, and a thought occurred to me, why don’t I  collect toys for the kids who don’t get to come home for the holidays,  so that they have presents on Christmas? This year however was a little  different due to the state of our world, so we were unsure that we would  be able to continue the drive. But despite all of the Covid restrictions  and guidelines, the hospital is in more need for donations than ever. I  have wishlists from the hospital available for those willing to donate to  the cause. Gifts must be new and unwrapped. Cash/Check donations  are also accepted, as I take that money to personally purchase pre sents for the drive. A special request has been made that donations for  teens be focused on, as they are not as easily shopped for. I understand  that holiday times can make things tight in money in your own house hold, but any donations help to make these kids and families have a  merrier Christmas. I will be taking donations to the hospital on December  11th, so please make sure that I have your donations before then. We  will have a bin set up where you can drop off your donations here in  the church. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me anything. I  can be reached at 517-795-8671. Thank you! Adrianna 




SWEATSHIRT Hoodies (only), Sports or college logos, Adult sizes only Med  thru 4XL. 

BATH BASKETS ~ Needed Items: shampoo, conditioner, body wash/gel/ scrub, hair gel, toothpaste, chapstick, toothbrush, emery boards, hair  brush, bath puff/loofah, hair mousse, deodorant, body & hand lotion. 

HATS, SCARVES AND MITTENS (Handmade or store bought) GIFT CARDS Meijer, Target, Walmart only ~ $5, $10, $15, $20 or $25 only 

TWIN BED SHEETS ~ These are given to the young men and women whom  are graduating the programs and going to live on their own. 

Due to the Pandemic, Holy Cross Children’s Services have requested  that we DO NOT WRAP THE GIFTS. Deadline for drop off is November 30,  2020. Please leave items at church or if you prefer porch pickup please  contact Tammy March at 517-348-7438, call or text.


  • Wed, Nov 25th

  • Fri, Nov 20th


Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Closed During Summer

In case of emergency, please call Father Kusi at 517.775.0302.

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12:10 PM Tuesdays

12:10 PM Wednesdays

11:00 AM Thursdays


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In an effort to continue the practice of our faith in these trying times, when many parishes have closed due to restrictions due to the coronavirus, we invite you to join us online for daily Mass. ~Bishop Robert Barron

1010 S Lansing St. Mason, MI 48854


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