Thank you so much for stopping by our website...we hope that the pictures and information here reveal to you just a little glimpse of how blessed we feel to be able to worship God in Hudson, Michigan.
If you walk in the doors to the Church that face west, you'll see our cornerstone on the right.  Our Church was dedicated in the early 1900's and has stood since then as a place for people to come and worship, pray and admire the physical beauty of this magnificent Church.  Everything, from the stain glass windows to the marble Reredos in the center of the Church are there to inspire us to wonder at the Holiness of our God and the generosity and faithfulness of those in Hudson who love Him.
Our community strives to love and serve God through worship, prayer, service and growth in knowledge of Our Catholic Faith.  We hope that you enjoy this webpage and come out to visit us.  Our mass, confession and adoration schedule are listed here on the webpage for your convenience.  If you wish to come for a tour and would like a guide, please let us know and we'll do our best to set something up.  If you wish to just stop by and pray during the day, you are always welcome to do so.
If you are a new parishioner and want to register at our parish and make it your new spiritual home, click here.
If you are a current parishioner and want to update us with a new address, email, or phone number, click here.
For Mass times, click here.
Also, check out our parish history: including past pastors, our stained glass windows, and our stations of the cross.

GROW as a disciple of Jesus!

The purpose of your life is to grow continually in intimate relationship with God. The only way to do that is by striving to follow Jesus Christ closely and imitate him. Following Jesus Christ means we must accept his invitation to give him total lordship over everything in our lives and rely on the Holy Spirit to work in and through us at all times.

• PRAY every day
• STUDY the faith
• ENGAGE in parish life
• SERVE others’ needs

GO evangelize!

Jesus’ final command to his disciples was, “Go and make disciples of all nations.” (Mt 28:19) The true mark of a disciple is that they evangelize! Therefore, we must always strive to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with others.

• PRAY for those who are separated from God
• WITNESS about Jesus
• INVITE them to church
• ACCOMPANY them as they grow

Create your Personal Evangelization Plan. Use these questions to guide you as you Grow+Go:

To Grow as a disciple…

1. PRAY: When in your day will you commit to pray?
2. STUDY: What can you study, read and attend to learn about your faith this week?
3. ENGAGE: How can you become more involved in your parish?
4. SERVE: What can you volunteer to do this month to help those in need?

To Go and evangelize:

1. Ask the Holy Spirit to bring to mind someone in your life who is no longer coming to church. Write the person’s name on a piece of paper and answer these questions:
2. How will you pray for him/her?
3. How can you share your faith with him/her?
4. What could you invite him/her to?
5. How could you accompany him/her?

Save the Date!  Saturday, September 22 – Diocese of Lansing Made for Happiness Assembly!

You are invited to join thousands of Catholics of all ages from all 77 parishes in the Diocese of Lansing for the September 22 “Made for Happiness” Assembly.  Admission is FREE.

The day’s events will begin with an outdoor Eucharistic Procession from St. Mary Cathedral in Lansing to the Breslin Center in East Lansing.  The Eucharistic Procession begins at St. Mary Cathedral in Lansing and will follow a four-mile route to the site of the Assembly’s afternoon events at the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State in East Lansing. You are welcome to join in for the whole four-mile route or just a portion of it.   At the Breslin Center we will be inspired by presenters such as, Fr. Mike Schmitz, Jennifer Fulwiler, Fr. Joe Krupp, Bishop Boyea and more. 

The gathering will come to a joyful culmination with a celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with Bishop Boyea and all the clergy of our diocese. Please note that the Saturday evening vigil Mass at our parish and all parishes of the Diocese of Lansing will be canceled that day.

To learn more about the September 22 “Made for Happiness” Assembly, and to register for the full day of events, refer to the website:









If you are unable to attend the Made for Happiness Assembly and would like to listen, Ave Maria Radio will be broadcasting LIVE!