Mass Schedule

5:00 p.m.

8:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

Monday  Tuesday  Friday
9:30 a.m. 

7:00 p.m. 

​Wednesday 7:45 p.m.

Saturday 3:00 p.m.

or call the Parish Office
for an appointment

Perpetual Help Prayers

Wednesday, 6:25 p.m.

Mass 7:00 p.m.


Mondays 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. 


From the Director of “Families of Parishes,” Deacon Michael Houghton: Over the next two years, all parishes of the Archdiocese of Detroit will join other parishes in new groupings called “Families of Parishes.” Families of Parishes are groups of parishes, generally three to six, sharing resources to advance the mission. The priests, deacons, and lay staff associated with each parish will be empowered to better share their gifts and talents with the whole Family of Parishes. The proposal of this new model is a response to our current health and economic crises and the shortage of priests to care for parish communities, as well as the need for a better structure to serve our shared mission to Unleash the Gospel. While the move to Families of Parishes has been deemed necessary and appropriate by Archbishop Vigneron, the details have not yet been decided regarding how to make this model work in the best interest of our communities.

Over the next months, a group of clergy and lay leaders will help the Archbishop discern and finalize the structure of Families of Parishes. Our goal is for parishes to benefit from greater collaboration while avoiding many pitfalls associated with clustering parishes, which has traditionally been used in the Archdiocese and elsewhere as a response to financial and vocational concerns. The final structure and governance for Families of Parishes will be presented later this year. 

In the proposed model of Family of Parishes, one priest will be responsible for the administration of multiple parishes, with the support of a Parish Finance Officer, a newly created position filled by a lay person or deacon who has experience in business and managing an organization. Importantly, the pastor of a Family of Parishes also will be joined by additional clergy -- priests and deacons -- who are assigned to the Family of Parishes. And while each parish in a Family of Parishes will remain separate and distinct, it is our hope that the parish councils and finance councils within a Family will work together as a team to advise their pastor. In addition, while the parishes will remain unique, parish staff will, much like the clergy, be consolidated to support the entire Family of Parishes. 

Being largely freed from administrative responsibilities, the additional priests and deacons of a Family of Parishes will be able to focus on missionary outreach as well as sacramental and pastoral care of parishioners. Another benefit from this model involves aging and at-risk clergy, who will no longer face the burden of choosing between retirement or handling all the aspects of running and ministering to their parish communities. They will be able to continue in ministry in ways that protect their health while still making valuable and needed contributions to their communities. All clergy assigned to a Family of Parishes will be able to leverage their charisms and strengths in the work they do.

Fr. Nick Zukowski


  • The Parish Office currently remains closed
  • All parish activities are currently canceled and will resume once the Stay-At-Home directive expires
  • There will be NO Daily Masses on the following days - July 6, 7, 8, 10,13, 14, 15, 17
  • There will be No rosary and Perpetual Help Devotions on July 8 and 15; and NO confessions on July 8 and 15
  • The Holiday Giving Program collects bottles of dish soap in July


Prayer Resources during the Pandemic
can be found here

Archbishop Vigneron letter on George Floyd 

Archbishop Vigneron's May 31 Letter announcing ​Families of Parishes:  links and FAQs

Details of coming events
and parish activities

can be found on our News page

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Our Mission:​

We, the parishioners of St. Martin de Porres of Warren, 

reflecting the qualities of our patron saint, strive to
proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, celebrate the mystery
of God’s love ​in our midst, and serve one another and the wider
community, thus continuing the ​Mission of Jesus Christ.

​- Reviewed and approved by the Parish Pastoral Council June, 2016 


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To watch Sunday, Saturday, or Daily Mass
​from home, follow this guide: 

Saturday - 7:00 pm on CTND 
Sunday - 8:00 am, 12 Noon: EWTN 
10:00 am, 5:30 pm, 7:00 pm, CTND
12:00 Noon from the Cathedral
of the Most Blessed Sacrament 
on the AOD Facebook and web sites 

​6:00 am on WJBK Fox 2 

8:00 am, 12 Noon and 7:00 pm: EWTN 
9:30 am, 7:00 pm, 11:30 pm: CTND


St Martin de Porres Church

31555 Hoover RD
Warren, MI 48093

Rev. Nicholas Zukowski, Pastor
Rev. Mr. Marion Jurewicz,​ Deacon

Tel: (586) 264-7515
 Fax: (586) 264-4013

My "Nick"el's Worth

St. Martin de Porres

St. Martin de Porres
By: Fr. Nick Zukowski​    Parish Pastoral Council    Parish Finance Council

Homily: 05 Jul 2020

Gary McMenamin
Fr. Nick Zukowski

Fr. Nick Zukowski, Pastor

Homily: 04 Jul 2020


Mike Garcia

Homily: 28 Jun 2020

Christian Service: 
Linda Samulski
Council Members:
Homily: 21 Jun 2020

Zora Dziurman

Jerry Cipkowski
Bill Edwards

Fr. Nick Zukowski

Mike Kostrzeba
Larry Lage

Knights of Columbus:
Ed Sobczak 

Jerry Cipkowski

Central Macomb Vicariate Rep
Gary McMenamin

Meetings are held the first
Meetings are quarterly as

Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
needed, on the first Tuesday
 All parishioners are welcomeof the month at 11:30 a.m.