Livonia, Michigan

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Faith Formation News

Hello Families! We have started our classes for the year. We are looking forward to a great year and we are adding more family activities. We will keep you posted on all our activities! It is not too late to sign up for classes. If you know anyone who would like to join us bring…

Noteworthy News from Fr. Tom

Luciano Pavarotti was the charismatic successor of the legendary opera tenor, Enrico Caruso. In his autobiography, Pavarotti: My Own Story, he describes how he was trained by a great master, Arrigo Pola. “Everything Pola asked me to do, I did, – day after day, blindly. For six months we did nothing but vocalize and work…

Sodality News

Hope to see everyone at our meeting Monday October 3rd. We will have a short discussion about John Paul II and spend the rest of the evening catching up and visiting with each other. Doors open at 6:45 with the meeting starting at 7:00pm. Please continue to say an extra prayer for your fellow Sodality…

Faith Formation News

Hello Families! It was nice to see familiar faces as well as new families at our first meeting of our Faith Formation school year. We are blessed with wonderful catechists and aids helping your children in the faith journey that you started for them as their first teachers at Baptism. It is not too late…

Noteworthy News from Fr. Tom

Pope Saint John Paul II in Yankee Stadium in New York in 1979, during his first visit as Pope to the United States said that this parable of the rich man and the Lazarus “must always be present in our memory; it must form our conscience.” “We cannot stand idly by, enjoying our own riches…

Faith Formation News

Why do we celebrate Catechetical Sunday? The mission of the church reflects the mission of Jesus to teach, preach, heal, and forgive. Through these acts, Jesus shares the good news of salvation and invites all people to share in the life and love of God. The church continues this mission in all its ministries, but…

Noteworthy News from Fr. Tom

Today’s readings remind us that we are God’s stewards and that God expects faithful and prudent stewardship from us. They challenge us to use our God-given talents and blessings, like wealth, wisely to attain Heavenly bliss. Saint John Chrysostom once said: “Faithfulness in little things is a big thing,” and the reminder of St. Theresa…