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Youth ministry formation and certification, for those who need help pastoring teenagers, will be held at Sacred Heart Major Seminary from June 2 to 4. This summer program partially fulfills the requirement for the Archdiocese of Detroit’s Youth Ministry Certification.

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Your gifts to the Catholic Services Appeal allow the Department of Development and Stewardship to guide parishes in the Archdiocese of Detroit, and parishioners, on their stewardship journey. The department’s manual for parish Christian stewardship education and formation, “Called by Christ, Gifted by the Spirit,” is a valuable resource for pastors and parish leaders interested in introducing and nurturing Christian stewardship in their parish communities.


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At the end of Holy Week, the Archdiocese of Detroit welcomed more than 900 new Catholics into our local Church. Each of them participated in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) to prepare for full communion with the Catholic Church.

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This weekend marks the beginning of our annual Catholic Services Appeal! This year’s CSA theme, Bringing Jesus Christ to All, emphasizes Christ’s message in St. Matthew’s Gospel to make disciples of all nations. Our theme is indeed fitting as the Church focuses on the New Evangelization — spreading the Good News of Christ to the world.

Annual Mass for World Day of the Sick »

Join Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron on Sunday, February 8 – the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes – for the annual Mass for the World Day of the Sick at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit at 11:00 am. Those who are physically, emotionally, or spiritually ill, as well as caregivers, health care professionals and loved ones are warmly encouraged to attend. The Mass is handicap accessible, medical and emergency personnel will be on the premises, and the Archbishop will impart a special blessing. Learn more by contacting at Joyce Hyttinen at 248-548-4044 ext. 3126 or hyttinenj@ccsem.org

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Each year, millions of Catholics suffer the pain and hurt of divorce. Many end up feeling separated and alienated from both the Church and their parish community. The annulment process brings these Catholic

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Catholic Schools Week 2015, the annual celebration that focuses attention on the good work done by the nation’s Catholic schools, begins this Sunday. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service

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January 22 marks the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. Millions of abortions have been performed in the United States since the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in 1973.

Your gifts to the Catholic Services Appeal help heal those

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A number of national collections are included in the Catholic Services Appeal each year, such as the Black and Indian Missions Collection.

Since 1884, the Black and Indian Missions Collection has provided grants to dioc

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On Thursday, December 4, an Advent day of reflection will held at Sacred Heart Major Seminary for all who work in ministry or wish to enter more deeply into the season of Advent.

“A Glorious Unfolding” will feature speaker Anne Guminik, a teacher for the Catholic Bible School of Michigan and a part-time faculty member at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. The cost of $30 includes a light breakfast and lunch.

Gifts to the Catholic Services Appeal help fund this event and other important work of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, which helps parishes build strong faith formation programs that support the work of evangelization at all levels and stages.

For more information about CSA-funded ministries, programs, and services, please go to www.AOD.org.