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Companions of the Cross

“The Companions of the Cross make an inestimable contribution to the life of our Diocese,” said the Most Reverend Allen Vigneron, Archbishop of Detroit. “And I take this occasion to express my great gratitude for their presence here, both in their ministry and at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary.” 

Find out more about our new residence here.

 
Fr. Simon Preaching

Don't Chain the Gospel, Proclaim It!

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We are natural evangelist when it comes to restaurants, activities and things we do. Interestingly, when it comes to faith we come up to a barrier.

 
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The World's First Most Impressive Eucharistic Miracle

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Know and believe that Jesus words are true, he truly gives us his flesh and blood in the Eucharist so, that we can live forever.

 
Holy Spirit Chapel

'It anchors us in Detroit': New residence to house 18 seminarians for Companions of the Cross

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Article written by Matthew Wentworth of the Detroit Catholic on our new residence in Detroit.

 
Fr. Lawrence Hyginus Portrait

Faith requires trust, courage and perseverance

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Faith requires trust, courage and perseverance. With even little...

 
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If you have the tiniest bit of faith in God, He can do the impossible

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If you have the tiniest bit of faith in God, He can do the impossible.

In faith He will answer, He will respond, He will give us according to His will what we are asking...

 
Fr. Ken Lao Portrait

Stepping out in Faith

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Here are three things we can do to increase our faith. 

 
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Change Your Perspective

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Jesus is inviting us to reflect on what barriers we have in our hearts and the ways our perspective needs to change. 

 
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When Things Aren't Working Out

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The Lord is saying, 'I provide. I deliver what I order. If I'm asking you to do something things will work out, just do what you can.'

 
Fr. Rob Arsenault, CC Portrait

Called to be Good, Not Lucky

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We need to choose it and be intentional about how we live it so that we don't arrive by chance or luck, but by choice.