Most Holy Redeemer Church
|Location:||1721 Junction Ave., Detroit, Michigan United States|
|Architect:||Donaldson and Meier|
|Architectural style:||Late Victorian, Romanesque|
|Governing body:||Archdiocese of Detroit|
|Part of:||West Vernor-Junction Historic District (#02001503)|
|MPS:||West Vernor Highway Survey Area, Detroit, Michigan MPS|
|Added to NRHP:||December 12, 2002|
The Most Holy Redeemer Church located at 1721 Junction Ave., in Detroit, Michigan is part of the West Vernor-Junction Historic District. The Church was once estimated as the largest Roman Catholic parish in North America. West Vernor-Junction Historic District is adjacent to Mexicantown and contains a growing Latino community and resurgent neighborhoods.
As in the other Southwest Detroit neighborhoods, such as Springwells Village, West Vernor Highway is the main commercial thoroughfare. Churches, parks, recreation centers, and theatres anchor neighborhoods such as the West Vernor-Junction intersection that Holy Redeemer Church dominates.
See also 
Further reading 
- Godzak, Roman (2000). Archdiocese of Detroit (Images of America). Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 0738507972.
- Godzak, Roman (2004). Catholic Churches of Detroit (Images of America). Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 0738532355.
- Godzak, Roman (2000). Make Straight the Path: A 300 Year Pilgrimage Archdiocese of Detroit. Editions du Signe. ISBN 2746801450.
- Tentler, Leslie Woodcock with forward by Edmund Cardinal Szoka (1992). Seasons of Grace: A History of the Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0814321062.
- Tutag, Nola Huse with Lucy Hamilton (1988). Discovering Stained Glass in Detroit. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-1875-4.
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