PHOTO GALLERY: Archbishop celebrates St. Patrick’s Day Mass at Most Holy Trinity

A bagpiper takes in the scene outside Most Holy Trinity Parish in Detroit on Wednesday, March 17, during the annual St. Patrick’s Day “Sharin’ o’ the Green” Mass at the historic Corktown parish. The Detroit-area Irish community has celebrated its ancestral feast day at the parish for the past 186 years. (Photos by Valaurian Waller | Detroit Catholic)

DETROIT  About 300 people gathered for a subdued  but still lively  celebration of St. Patrick’s Day at Most Holy Trinity Parish in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood on March 17.

Detroit Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron celebrated the 186th annual “Sharin’ o’ the Green” Mass, and Fr. Brian Hurley, pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in Lapeer, gave the homily. 

Read Detroit Catholic’s coverage here. Photos by Detroit Catholic’s Valaurian Waller.