Northwest Wayne Vicariate

Come, Encounter Christ!

The Vicariate's Vicar is Msgr. John Kasza. It is part of the larger South Region of the Archdiocese of Detroit which is led by Regional Moderator, Bishop Francis R. Reiss. Please visit the websites of our vicariate organizations for information on our local church of Detroit.

This Week's Readings

Quad Regional School Update

NWWV Dementia Education Series

For official communication for the New Quad Regional Catholic School in addition to correspondence published in parish bulletins.   The school, now known as Divine Mercy Roman Catholic Regional School,  represents the 4 schools of:  St. Damian - St. Genevieve - St. Raphael - St. Robert Bellarmine. Please  visit and on Facebook.


MISSION: The Northwest Wayne Vicariate Pastoral Council (NWWVPC) seeks to enhance communications and facilitate resources throughout the Catholic parishes and institutions within Northwest Wayne County. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we will work together by embracing our heritage, while boldly striking out into a new reality, all to fulfill the mission of Jesus Christ.

Who We Are

What's Going On in the Vicariate

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The Northwest Wayne Vicariate is a group of Catholic parishes and organizations that are part of the South Region in the Archdiocese of Detroit. The vicariate is made up of parishes, schools, hospitals, and other Catholic institutions in Novi, South Lyon, Canton, Garden City, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth, Redford, and Westland. There are 25 parishes, 13 Catholic schools and universities, Schoolcraft College campus ministry, the Felician communitySt. John Center, in addition to Angela HospiceSt. Mary Mercy Hospital, retired clergy, and nursing care in our vicariate.

The Northwest Wayne Vicariate Dementia Educational Series, presented by HOPE Dementia Ministry LLC is a year-long series of informative presentations designed for the caregiver and family members of dementia sufferers.  The presentations cover a variety of topics of interest and meet only one per month.  For more details please click here.

The Archdiocese of Detroit is committed to Evangelization, continually looking to make disciples by proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ. Spiritual formation is a key element of the archdiocesan evangelization initiative and preparation for the archdiocesan synod on evangelization November 18-20, 2016. “Come, Encounter Christ!” is a series of 30 vibrant gatherings featuring inspirational preaching, uplifting live music, Eucharistic adoration, and opportunities for private confession!  Click here for more information.