Calendar of Events
April 17, 2013
This updated multimedia production of MAXIMILIAN: SAINT OF AUSCHWITZ features an enhanced orchestral score, and a dynamic new set incorporating powerful video images that will rivet audiences, young and old, to the enthralling drama of a modern man who stood up to the forces of evil. See the trailer at www.StMaxDrama.com.
“Faith, the Sacraments and Christian Prayer”
During this Year of Faith, we invite you to rediscover the journey of faith and renew your enthusiasm through your encounter with God in Jesus Christ. Join us for our Easter Series every Wednesday from April 3 – May 15. We will begin with a Noon Mass followed by a simple meal of soup and bread, and 15-minute reflection. The Easter Series is held at Solanus Casey Center. Call for more information (313) 579-2100 ext. 149.
Fr John Rocus will be giving a lecture on the Shroud of Turin at 7:00pm in the Shroud Exhibit at Holy Spirit Catholic Church Brighton. Believed to be the burial cloth of Christ, he will explain the lifesize photographic negative before you, and the science that went into unlocking its mysteries.
All welcome to join him for this free event. Church is located at 9565 Musch & Winans Lake Rds, just west of Rickett Rd in Brighton. For more info please call (810) 231-9199 or visit www.hsrcc.net
This series of four talks by Fr. Bill Ashbaugh and Dr. Lakhi Goenka points out that the natural world is far more mysterious than it appears. Things are not what they seem. Physics reveals that our reality is, at the most fundamental levels, made up of things that behave in unreal and illogical ways. The father of atomic physics, Niels Bohr, sums it up well when describing the world of the atom: “Everything we call real is made up of things that cannot be regarded as real.” Fr. Bill connects many of these scientific mysteries to faith using quotes from Scripture.
Catholics have great interest in the repercussions of Obama Care. Come and hear from a constitutional expert about the Supreme Court decision and the future of health care under the new law. Robert Levy will inform us both from a constitutional and practical standpoint. RSVP by calling 239-240-9393 or by visiting our website at www.fvinstitute.org.