Welcome to St. Frances Cabrini Parish
As we anticipate the predicted tough week ahead regarding the virus, and as we approach our holiest days of the year, perhaps a smile and laugh will be appreciated.
A Day in the Life at the Cabrini Rectory: The Pastor’s Response!
We invite you all to begin praying the Angelus prayer daily, at Noon and 6pm (click here for the prayer). Let us come together and ask for Mary’s intercession during this time.
Due to the predictions for a dramatic increase of COVID-19 cases in the coming weeks, starting today (April 2), the Church and Adoration Chapel are closed and confessions are cancelled. This will remain the case until further notice.
The entrance to the parish office will remain open from 9am – 1pm (Monday – Sunday) for you to continue dropping off donations for the parish or other causes.
Out of an abundance of caution, we have made this very difficult decision. Please pray from home and remember all those affected by this virus.
Follow our Facebook page for regular updates, prayers and our live-streamed Services.
Over 70 years ago the community of St. Frances Cabrini Parish was established to meet the needs of the suburban community of Allen Park, Michigan. Over the years the parish has developed a charism for Catholic Schools along with Religious Education.
The current Cabrini community continues the traditional charism as well as reaching out to those in need of the community. Our patroness, St. Frances Cabrini, told us that she found her strength in the belief that nothing is impossible with God.
Our founding pastor, The Reverend Clare Murphy, reminded us that the soul of Catholic education is the education of the soul. Our patroness and founding pastor continue to offer the kinds of challenge that will keep us connected to our mission.
Parish Mission Statement
As a Faith Community, we are called to serve through WORSHIP, SERVICE and EDUCATION.
Parish Vision Statement
Building upon our catholic tradition and diversity, we are committed to the spiritual and physical well-being of all. Our sacramental life challenges us to a life-long catholic formation and Christian service.