Catholic Churches of Detroit

Detroit's Catholic churches have embraced many roles during their existence, serving as historical landmarks, centers for political activities, community charities, and anchors for the city's diverse ethnic groups. They symbolize the devotion, strength, and unity that have nurtured the faithful since 1701. The congregation of Ste. Anne, Detroit's first church, persevered to build seven churches over two centuries, each more magnificent than its predecessor.

Author: Roman Godzak

Page count: 128

Physical dimensions: 9.2 × 6.3 × 0.4 in

Physical weight: 8.8 oz