Annual 'Sharin’ O’ the Green' celebration includes 12 p.m. Mass and 'Taste of Corktown' reception in support of Most Holy Trinity outreach ministries and Catholic Academy
Archbishop of Detroit Allen H. Vigneron will mark St. Patrick's Day with Mass at Corktown's historic Most Holy Trinity Church as part of the parish's annual “Sharin’ O’ the Green” celebration.
Mass begins at 12 p.m. at the church, located at 1050 Porter Street in Detroit. All are welcome and no reservations or tickets are required. Mass will also be livestreamed on the parish's Facebook page.
Following Mass, the parish will host a "Taste of Corktown" reception at the Peter and Connie Cracchiolo Community Center at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Academy, located nearby at 1229 Labrosse Street. Tickets to the reception may be purchased online through the parish website.
The annual “Sharin’ O’ the Green” event is celebrated in support of the many ministries provided by Most Holy Trinity, including food and clothing, medical and legal assistance, and a quality Catholic education.
Note to Media:
- Reporters, photographers, and videographers are invited to cover the “Sharin’ O’ Green” celebration. Media members are asked to follow directions from onsite staff regarding parking and coverage. To preserve the dignity of the service, we kindly ask that camera operators refrain from using flashes or any form of artificial lighting, and that special care be taken not to impede processions for Holy Eucharist.
- Monsignor Charles Kosanke, priest in solidum at Most Holy Trinity, is available for interviews. For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact Michelle St. Pierre, at email@example.com or (313) 805-1408.