Irish Pallottines Wyandotte Michigan

Irish Pallottines
3352 4th Street
Wyandotte, MI 48192

(734) 285-2966

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Mission

Welcome to the Website of the Irish Pallottine Missionary Centre, Wyandotte, Detroit, MI.

By visiting our website you can know more about our Founder St Vincent Pallotti, about his life and times, his spirituality, and his missionary charism and zeal. We will also present updated material on the missionary activities of our Irish Province, the Mother of Divine Love Province. We publish a quarterly Mission Newsletter called “Pallottine Voices” which is prepared and distributed by the Pallottine Mission Centre in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, and it is available on this website. You will also find recent posts, updates on events and news items, some pictures and photos and details of how you can contact us.

This website also provides you with the opportunity to request a Perpetual Mass Enrollment or an individual Mass Card; and to submit requests for prayers.

There is a Donate button which you may also use if you wish to make a donation to our work and mission.

We, the Pallottines, are members of the Union of Catholic Apostolate (UAC), and St. Vincent Pallotti founded the Pallottines as an apostolic community of priests and brothers to be at the service of the entire UAC, which is now a Public Association of the Faithful of Pontifical Right. By clicking on the appropriate tabs you will be able to access information on the Union of Catholic Apostolate (UAC), to reflect on formation material and to open our Pallottine Prayer pages.

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5 days ago

Irish Pallottines
In Memory of Fr Eugene Lynch SACThe Dash Poem by Linda Ellis: I read of a man who stood to speakAt the funeral of a friendHe referred to the dates on the tombstoneFrom the beginning...to the endHe noted that first came the date of birthAnd spoke the following date with tears,But he said what mattered most of allWas the dash between those yearsFor that dash represents all the timeThat they spent alive on earth.And now only those who loved themKnow what that little line is worthFor it matters not, how much we own,The cars...the house...the cash.What matters is how we live and loveAnd how we spend our dash.So, think about this long and hard.Are there things you'd like to change?For you never know how much time is leftThat can still be rearranged.If we could just slow down enoughTo consider what's true and realAnd always try to understandThe way other people feel.And be less quick to angerAnd show appreciation moreAnd love the people in our livesLike we've never loved before.If we treat each other with respectAnd more often wear a smile,Remembering this special dashMight only last a little whileSo, when your eulogy is being readWith your life's actions to rehash...Would you be proud of the things they sayAbout how you spent YOUR dash? ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Irish Pallottines
Wednesday the 8th of December is The Feast of The Immaculate Conception. For Catholics a Holy Day of Obligation. During the Apparitions at Lourdes in 1858 young Bernadette Soubirious asked The Lady What was Her Name. The Apparition which was Mary The Mother of Jesus. Replied to Young Bernadette. " I Am The Immaculate Conception ". After the Apparition Bernadette went straight away & told The Parish Priest of Lourdes. From then on he Stood By Bernadette. ... See MoreSee Less
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