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April 26, 2105
Reception following High Mass in the Extraordinary Form. Join us for refreshments and chat with other Mass goers.
All are welcome. Bring a friend!
May 31, 2015
Bridget Bearss, RSCJ, Head of School at the Academy of the Sacred Heart will speak about her order and it’s mission of education.
Bridget Bearss, RSCJ, Head of School at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, will speak about the order to which she belongs, the Society of the Sacred Heart, its mission of education, and why the order sees education as a justice issue. Sr. Bearss has welcomed Oakland County Latin Mass to the Chapel of the Academy. We are grateful for her hospitality and pleased to have her join with us for this event after High Mass in the Extraordinary Form. Mass begins at 9:45 a.m.
All are welcome. Bring a friend!
April 25, 2015
Oakland County Spring Chant Workshop – Sponsored by Oakland County Latin Mass Association. Learn to sing – or just to enjoy – the sacred music of the Church. No experience necessary, all ages welcome. Registration includes lunch and materials. The workshop will conclude with an opportunity to sing Extraordinary Form Mass. The presenter is Wassim Sarweh, Director of Choir for Oakland County Latin Mass Association. Mr. Sarweh is recognized for his expertise in chant and polyphony. Register at Eventbrite. http://www.eventbrite.com/e/oakland-county-spring-chant-workshop-tickets-16011545965?aff=eac2
April 10, 2015
Single Catholic men 18 years of age or older are invited to spend two days (April 10 – 11) at St. Benedict Monastery and participate in liturgies, meals and other activities that are typical in the monastery. In addition to learning more about monastic life, there will be opportunities for personal reflection, reception of the sacrament of reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration. This is not a recruitment event, but an opportunity for men to participate in an experience at the monastery and explore the possibility that monastic life is the Lord’s will in their lives.
April 4, 2015
Shroud of Turin Display at Holy Spirit
Make plans now for you and/or your group to visit Holy Spirit Catholic Church on
Holy Saturday, April 4th Noon – 6:00pm
Over 20 panels will be on display, including several that will display new research
that would seem to date the shroud back to biblical times and locate it to the holy lands,
explaining every aspect of the Passion of Christ as seen through the Shroud, The Reputed Burial Cloth of Christ.
There will be a 3:00pm Presentation as well as newly released videos that reveal the latest findings
and our lifesized photographic reproduction of the actual Shroud of Turin. www.hsrcc.net 810-231-9199
Mark your calendars now. Free Will Offering
May 1, 2015
Join us for a night of comedy, delicious food, silent auction, and support of the Lennon Pregnancy Center. Our keynote speaker this year is the hilarious, inspirational, and motivational comedian Gordon Douglas. Mr. Douglas is a nationally known speaker from Pennsylvania. His comedic skills took him from the nightclubs in Philadelphia to Hollywood—ending up in ministry! Gordon and his wife Dawn were named Parents of the Year in the state of Pennsylvania in 2009. His comedy mixes real life stories with “off the wall” physical comedy and his own hilarious view of life. Gordon will keep you laughing the entire night while simultaneously building a genuine reverence for the work of pregnancy centers like the Lennon Center. For more information about Gordon Douglas visit his website at gordondouglasisfunny.com.
Tickets are $50/Person. Contact the Lennon Pregnancy Center @ (313) 277-5637 for details or to purchase tickets.
April 4, 2015
Holy Spirit Church in Brighton is hosting a Shroud of Turin Exhibit on Holy Saturday. Over 20 panels along with videos and two full-sized photographic reproductions of what the Church has venerated for close to 2000 years as the true burial cloth of Jesus as described in the Gospel of John. Lecture at 3 pm.
hsrcc.net 810) 231-9199
April 26, 2015
Come support one of the most famous and beloved churches in Detroit on April 26th, 2015, at a Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction. Enjoy an afternoon of food and music while bidding on a variety of items, including fine jewelry, a “Retreat at Sea” cruise with Michael Voris and ChurchMilitant.TV, and much more! The highlight of the event features dualing pianos: the musical talents of Assumption Grotto’s own Fr. Eduard Perrone and Mr. Gerrie Ball.
April 11, 2015
Natural Family Planning Classes
Discover a natural way to postpone or achieve pregnancy…
The art of Natural Family Planning is based on an awareness of a woman’s fertility. It is medically safe, 99% effective, very low cost, often has a positive effect on the couple’s marriage, and is morally acceptable.
The Couple to Couple League (CCL) invites engaged and married couples of all ages to learn the sympto-thermal method (STM) of Natural Family Planning (NFP). This series of three classes will be held on April 11, May 9 and June 6 (Saturdays from 9 a.m.-Noon) at St. Anthony Parish in Belleville. The $140 course fee (plus s & h) includes a complete set of materials and a one-year membership.
Register for this class series or search other classes available throughout the year in various metro Detroit locations at www.ccli.org. Please register online at least one week prior to class start date in order to receive your class materials. If that is not possible, contact the teaching couple, Rachel and Chip Faitel, at 734-697-2988.
Questions? Contact the Detroit Metro chapter of the Couple to Couple League at [email protected] or (313) 451-4NFP.
A Home Study course and virtual classes are also available; visit www.ccli.org.
May 1, 2015
ST. MARY’S RETREAT HOUSE – MICHIGAN
Details: Make 2015 a Game Changer! Discover your God-given mission and make a positive difference in your life and in the lives of others. Learn life-changing skills: build confidence, leadership abilities and a positive attitude. Presented by The Christophers – inspiring people for 70 years! St. Mary’s Retreat House, 775 West Drahner Rd. Oxford, 48371. Cost: $165 per person (incls. meals, lodging & course materials). Scholarships available. Call local coordinator, Gloria Henry, 248-425-2627.
www.christophers.org/leadership. “It’s better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.”