Dear Sisters and brothers: Senseless violence fueled by hate has again resulted in death, injury and grief. This time, a group of Americans gathered to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed freedom of religion, were murdered as they worshipped. Has our country lost its collective mind? It seems that as a people we have lost the ability… Read More Pray, Then Act!
Bishop Gibbs encourages all who are seeking ways to help refugee children and families and our neighbors in the Diocese of Northern Michigan to read below and to participate in whatever way you can and feel called to do. Samaritas Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Program The Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Program serves youth who flee from war, violence… Read More How to Help Refugee Children and Families
April 23, 2018 Governor Rick Snyder & Attorney General Bill Schuette The Michigan State Capitol Lansing, Michigan As people of many faiths, we are called by the Creator to guide and lead others to love and care for each other and all of creation. Therefore, we ask that you respond carefully and quickly to an… Read More Bishop’s Letter to Governor Rick Snyder
This weekend’s March For Our Lives demonstration is taking place simultaneously in our nations capital and in hundreds of cities across the country including Detroit, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and many more. March For Our Lives is a youth-led movement, sprung from the recent school shootings and gun-related violence. It advocates for stricter gun… Read More Before ‘March For Our Lives’: An Interview with Rachel Cryberg
Nuts and Bolts Blog – October 30, 2017 Greetings, Friends! Let’s play Jeopardy! The category is “Great Weekend Activities” and the answer is “Two days with 400+ of your favorite people with great worship, nurturing workshops, inspiring speeches, lovely music, productive business sessions, and great food.” And the question is, of course, “What… Read More Turning Again to Christ on the Road to Emmaus
St. Matthew’s and St. Joseph’s Church, Detroit commemorates Black History Month with its annual three-week high mass service series which “tells the story-from Africa thru Slavery to Freedom.” It begins at 11 a.m. Feb. 5 with services infused with African drumming, song and dance. Service begins with “Funga,” a traditional African Welcome dance with live drumming.… Read More Black History Month: A full slate of events at St. Matthew’s & St. Joseph’s, Detroit
Christ Church Cranbrook, Bloomfield Hills presents suicide prevention and mental health awareness speaker and magician Anthony Grupido on Sunday, January 15. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in people age 10-34, fourth leading cause of death in people age 35-54 and seventh leading cause of death for people age 55-64 (according to the Center… Read More Magician to unlock topics of suicide, mental health in appearance at Christ Church Cranbrook