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*** Important Announcement:  Weather Alerts—Winter is upon us!  Our Parish policy is to cancell Mass and other parish activities scheduled when the local public schools close.  However, whatever the weather brings, please be safe. 

We will post closures on Facebook (Ave Maria Parish, Lexington, MI), MyParish App (free app), or Remind.  Give us your cell phone number or email and we will add you to the Remind List. 

January 19:  Respect Life Week

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Now you can easily view or download the Bulletin from Discover Mass.  Just follow the link.

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Weekly Parish Calendar

  January 19th: Sanctity of Human Life Sunday: 2nd Week in Ordinary Time
  January 20th: Eucharistic Holy Hour at St. Mary's beginning at 5 pm followed by dinner.
  January 22nd: Faith Formation beginning at 5 pm at St. Mary's 
 January 24th: March for Life in Saginaw, beginning at Holy Family Parish to Cathedral of the Assumption; 9 am - NOON
 Due to weather, the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at Ave Maria Center will be held on January 19th following the 10:30 am Mass. 
 
Jan. 19th is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday: Mini March for Life beginning at 2:00 pm in Sandusky at Holy Family Parish.  We will walk to the Court House.  

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Prayers for the Life Novena

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Join us in praying for the end of abortion and the Santity of all human life, click here for the Novena.


Also; Mark the Date:  SUPERBOWL Breakfast on Sunday, Feb. 2nd from 8 am - NOON at Ave Maria Parish Center

MAlogoAve Maria Parish Mission Statement

Ave Maria Parish is a Catholic faith community who welcomes all people to our Christian family. We are disciples and sacramental followers of Jesus Christ. In our chosen vocations, we call upon the Blessed Mother’s intercession and recognize the power of the Holy Spirit within each of us to carry out God’s work.

We strive to grow together in holiness through prayer, reception of the sacraments, faith formation and evangelization. Through the grace of God, we extend ourselves to each other and our community to proclaim the love and teachings of Jesus Christ.