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Commitment to parish and Catholic schools spans generations in Dearborn

December 21, 2015
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As the faithful at Dearborn’s Divine Child Parish complete their pledges to Changing Lives Together, and with a series of improvement projects complete or underway, momentum continues with a $6 million effort to replace science wings at both schools and athletic fields.
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Waterford parish and school completely renovated, tech-friendly, and green

December 16, 2015
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Home > News > Changed Lives > Waterford parish and school completely renovated, tech-friendly, and green The pastor of Our Lady of the Lakes in Waterford says the parish and school communities have now completed every major facility improvement detailed in a master plan written 14 years ago. Since then, the Our Lasting Legacy...
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$7.6 million boosting K-12 tuition assistance, clergy and lay leader education, evangelization

December 14, 2015
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More than $6 million contributed by the faithful through their parish-based Changing Lives Together campaigns is now making Catholic K-12 schools more affordable, providing training and education opportunities for clergy and laity, and furthering urban evangelization initiatives.
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Macomb County parish continues ten-year legacy of growth, facility improvements

December 14, 2015
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St. Paul of Tarsus Parish in Macomb County’s Clinton Township, operating without debt and growing by up to 15 new parishioners each month, continues to follow a plan first detailed in 2006 to steadily improve parish facilities. The parish Changing Lives Together campaign has funded worship space renovations, replaced lighting, and will enable a...
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Free day of spiritual reflection on Eucharistic Adoration set for December 5 in Sterling Heights!

November 16, 2015
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Register today for a free day of spiritual reflection on Eucharistic Adoration! Strengthen your knowledge of and commitment to Eucharistic Adoration by attending a free day of spiritual reflection on Saturday, December 5 at St. Rene Goupil Parish in Sterling Heights! Three guest speakers on Adoration subjects, Mass with Bishop Michael Byrnes, opportunities for private...
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Pilgrimage to Monroe’s Historic Catholic Churches

September 1, 2015
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Visit three beautiful, historic Catholic churches in Monroe, enjoy lunch at the IHM Sisters of Monroe Motherhouse, and join the celebration of Mass at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament with Bishop Francis Reiss! Reservations are now being accepted for this unique local pilgrimage on Saturday, October 24.
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