Upcoming Events › Ann Arbor
September 22, 2014
40 Days for Life-Southfield Fall campaign Kickoff Mass, celebrated by Fr. William Farris, OFM. The Mass will be followed by guest speaker Jason Shanks of Catholic Charities of SE Michigan. Please join us for light refreshments and fellowship following the Mass and speaker.
The 40 Days for Life-Southfield Fall campaign (Sept. 24-Nov. 2) is dedicated to Mike Stack.
September 20, 2014
A great event the begins with Mass with Bishop Byrnes of Detroit. Bob Rice from Steubenville is one Key note speaker. Robert Valiante is the other dynamic speaker for the day. Shalom hosts wonderful one day retreats all over the world and we are excited to have them in our local area for the day. All 4 him Praise band from Toronto is leading worship for the day. They came highly recommended for this event.
The hope is to refresh and renew your relationship with Jesus through Mass, talks, and great music as well as a powerful time of Adoration to close the event.
Originally there was a charge for the event but Shalom decided that since this was their first event in the area they would make this a free event. to register. There will be an opportunity for a free will donation if you so choose.
Please register so we can prepare for the event.
Registration is at www.shalomworld.org/festivals/events/42 or call 215-366-3031
Hope to see many attend as this is a blessing for our community!!
September 12, 2014
Guest speaker Jonathon van Maren from the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform will present “Unconventional Ways of Changing Hearts and Minds.”
September 30, 2014
The National Shrine of the Little Flower celebrates the life of St. Therese with an evening of reflection and prayer with special guest speaker Msgr. Eugene Morris.
The “little way” is an image that St. Therese translated into her understanding of being a disciple of Jesus Christ, of seeking holiness of life in the ordinary and the everyday and her commitment to the tasks and to the people we meet in our everyday lives. Therese’s spirituality is of doing the ordinary, with extraordinary love. She lived each day with an unshakable confidence in God’s love. “What matters in life,” she wrote, “is not great deeds, but great love.”
“I will spend my heaven doing good on earth. I will let fall a shower of roses.”
We will celebrate this evening by recognizing two individuals, two faith-filled people who model the characteristics of St. Therese. Individuals who nurture the National Shrine of the Little Flower’s community through service, stewardship, and involvement based on the spirit of St. Therese.
We are honored to recognize The National Shrine of the Little Flower’s former beloved pastor, Fr. Edward Prus and Deby Schlapprizzi, a national speaker and lecturer on matters of faith and morals, as this year’s recipients of the “Little Way” Award.
September 3, 2014
we are a local chapter of the American Chesterton Society. We meet at 7 pm on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss all things Chestertonian. We are currently reading Orthodoxy, Ch 9. Next month we will begin reading some Father Brown stories. All are welcome.
September 14, 2014
The Monroe Vicariate Evangelization and Catechesis Committee is presenting this movie to the Monroe area because we see the need for good wholesome movies with strong Christian values to be shown. Tickets are available in advance at the box office or by contacting Kathy at 734-755-5129. The theaters phone number is 734-242-7722.
DVD’s of the movie will be available to purchase and we will be taking pre-paid orders.
Restless Heart uses a historic backdrop to tell the true story of St. Augustine of Hippo. The movie shows the encounters he has that bring about his conversion, including the constant prayers of his mother St. Monica.
The movie will be shown on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014 at 2:00pm.at The River Raisin Centre for the Arts. They are located at 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe, MI 48161.
Cost is $5.00/person, 5 and under are free. There is a $20.00 cap for large families.
To read more about the movie go to restlessheartfilm.com.
September 6, 2014
Recoveryfest Sept 5&6th returns to The Washtenaw Alano Club, activities include live music by Keri Lynn Roche, recovery speakers. a skateboard event at the skate park and concludes at The Mich Theater for a broadcast of the UofM game vs Notre Dame. Please see washtenawalanoclub.org for flier, times and further information.
September 5, 2014
Recoveryfest Sept 5&6th returns to The Washtenaw Alano Club, activities include live music by Keri Lynn Roche, recovery speakers (AA and Alanon). a skateboard event at the skate park and concludes at The Mich Theater for a broadcast of the UofM game vs Notre Dame. Please see washtenawalanoclub.org for times and further information.
August 30, 2014
The Spirit of Alexandria’s Foundation mission is “Connecting Children to Nature” with the Howell Conference & Nature Center Bus Show! With general admission you get to see live birds of prey! The Nature Bus Program is 2 hours & includes a live birds of prey show, hands-on activities in the mobile classroom & educational games to reinforce raptor concepts. Four live birds of prey attend the program including hawks, owls & falcons. Come joins us for the fun!
September 13, 2014
Matt Mordini of Theology of Dance is traveling to Swanton, Ohio from Chicago to lead couples in an evening of ballroom dance instruction integrated with Theology of the Body. A catered dinner is included. Make checks out to Holy Trinity and mail to C.C. Christopherson at 14285 County Road 2 Swanton, Ohio 43558
$45/couple early bird special ends on August 25th. After that date, cost goes up to $60/couple. Registration ends September 6th.