Calendar of Events
April 4, 2014
All are invited to the Ave Maria University Ann Arbor Founders Club’s First Friday Breakfast Series on Friday, April 4th at Domino’s Farms, 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr. in Ann Arbor. “Teachable Moments: Using Everyday Encounters with Media and Culture to Instill Conscience, Character, and Faith” will be presented by Marybeth Hicks, a popular Catholic commentator on cultural issues. Mass will be in the Chapel (Lobby C) at 7:00 a.m. followed by a continental breakfast and the presentation in the EBA Café (Lobby H-Level One). The cost is $5. To RSVP call 734-930-3435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, April 2nd.
Join us on Fridays of Lent for Baked tilapia, beer-battered fried cod, salad, fries, beverages, and homemade cheesy potatoes, broccoli salad, coleslaw, mac & cheese, and desserts.4-7 p.m., St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, 910 Austin Dr. (off Austin Rd. off W. Michigan Ave.),Saline.
Ladies, are you in need of a tune up? We as women have many physical and emotional crosses to carry all while trying to find time for ourselves and live out authentic womanhood on this road of life. We need the right mechanic for diagnosis, reliable work, and someone who won’t overcharge us. Jesus is the only man for the job. Fr. Ben Luedtke will give us a professional referral to the mechanic All Mighty! He is able to fix all repairs, big and small, and if you ask, He can do it all!
Tickets must be purchased before event. No tickets will be sold at the door.
The Lennon Center depends on this event to generate nearly half of its program needs for the year.
Join us to celebrate life with our keynote speaker Mike Williams. He came to popularity as a pro-life speaker after Focus on the Family brought his personal story to the national spotlight. Mike will have you rolling on the floor with laughter while also building your reverence for the work of organizations like the Lennon Center.
RSVP at 313-277-5637
Join us on Fridays of Lent for the 36th Annual Lenten Fish Fry at Old St. Patrick! Fried Alaskan Pollack, choice of potato or macaroni and cheese, salad bar, and beverage. Desserts offered. Beer and wine available for a donation.