St. Sabina Catholic Church
Dearborn Heights MI

48127-1196





Who we are

Welcome to the Church of St. Sabina’s.

Founded in 1957, St. Sabina Parish serves as spiritual home to about 450 families. Belonging to the Archdiocese of Detroit, the parish is anchored in Jesus Christ, "the way, the truth and the life" (John 14:6).

Our common mission is to work to spread His Gospel, promote the Catholic Faith and a "Culture of Life" so as to build up the Kingdom of God for His greater Glory and the salvation of souls.

As a Roman Catholic Parish of loving, caring and welcoming people, we endeavor to know and share His Good News and serve His people. May God bless our efforts with peace and joy.



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St. Sabina Catholic Church
25605 Ann Arbor Trail
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127-1196
United States
Phone: 313-561-1977
Fax: 313-561-1315
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Fr. James Lopez
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25605 Ann Arbor Trail
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127-1196
United States
Phone: 313-561-1977
Fax: 313-561-1315
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Psalms 9:10

And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.

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St. Sabina Catholic Church Dearborn Heights Mass Times

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Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 8:30 am
Tuesday 6:30 pm

Weekend:
3:00 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation
4:00 pm Saturday
8:30 and 11:00 am Sunday

First Friday Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 9:00 a.m.

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History of St. Sabina Catholic Church Dearborn Heights

St. Sabina Catholic Church Dearborn Heights was founded in 1957

St. Sabina, Martyr, Feast Day August 29th

Very little is known about our Patron Saint. She was a Roman noblewoman who suffered martyrdom about 126 A.D. According to the Acts of Martyrdom, St. Sabina was the widow of Valantenius and daughter of Herod Metallarius. She was martyred in the city of Vendena in the district of Umbria under Emperor Hadrian.

Sabina was converted to Christianity by her female slave, Seraphia. Seraphia, a virgin, was delivered to some libertines because she refused to honor the state god, Trajan. Before she could be harmed, God struck the libertines with a horrible sickness and she was later accused of witchcraft and hanged.

Sabina gathered her remains and buried them in her own mausoleum and since this was reputed to be a crime, Sabina was beheaded.

In 430 A.D. her relics were brought to Aventine hill in Rome where a Basilica was built in her honor. It was built during the pontificate of Celestine I and consecrated by Sixtus III sometime between 432 and 440 A.D.

In 1586 Pope Sixtus V made some alterations, but the church retains most of its ancient features, and for this reason is one of the most interesting of the ancient Roman basilicas. The nave is divided by 24 fluted columns of Parian marble brought to the temple of Juno by the ancient pagans. The high altar encloses the remains of SS. Sabina and Seraphia, in addition to other priests and martyrs. The Feast of St. Sabina is on August 29th.   Edit


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The power of Christian prayer Teach us to serve Thee
Teach us, good Lord, to serve Thee as Thou deservest: To give and not to count the cost; To fight and not to heed the wounds; To toil and not to seek for rest; To labour and not ask for any reward, save that of knowing that we do Thy will.
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