Definitely St. John Cantius.
I do believe that you would be surprised with the level of sacramental life in this kind of parish, and the activities and involvement. You will also get the fullness of the faith, not just the “feel good” stuff. This is what brings about God-pleasing changes and true joy.
My parish, Assumption Grotto in Detroit, and another in the suburbs here, Ss Cyril & Methodius, are both orthdox (meaning true to the faith) and they are just hopping with activity - sacramental and social. I’ve never seen anything like it.
Grotto is open all day long, every day. They only close it a few hours each night. People are constantly stopping in and praying. Confession is readily available and contrary to what some make it out to be, can be an awesome source for spiritual direction, especially if you are lucky enough to experience confession with a few priests, then stick with the one that challenged you to sanctity the way you felt you needed it.
People really get together at my parish and I see the same at Ss Cyril & Methodius. I have heard similar things from others at such orthodox parishes. Priests go out of their way to get involved with people. The sacrifices they make to work with the flock are very noticeable.
I’m willing to bet you would find the homilies at St. John Cantius very interesting and unlike anything you’ve heard elsewhere. Try it some time and see if these speak to your heart. Can’t hurt.
In our Lord!