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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.

 
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For Immediate Release: Companions of the Cross establish deeper roots in Detroit to better fulfill their mission 

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With the acquisition of a residence to house its formation program, the Companions of the Cross increases its capacity to engage with the community of the Archdiocese of...

 
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Diaconate Ordination of Deacon Marcus Schonnop

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Deacon Marcus Schonnop was ordained a deacon at Holy Spirit Chapel in Detroit, MI by Archbishop Vigneron. 

 
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Mary: The Queen of the Apostles

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Mary is not the end. Mary is the means to Jesus. She is the surest, safest, and quickest way to Jesus Christ. When we say Mary, she echoes back Jesus. 

 
Fr. Yves Marchildon, CC

Jesus I’m all in for You

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Lord, will only a few be saved? Jesus gives us warnings about presumption. Just because we are Catholics attending mass, it is no guarantee that we get into heaven. Everyone is...

 
Fr. Jim Lowe, CC Portrait

Show Up

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“I come to gather nations of every language; they shall come and see my glory.” (Isaiah 66:18) Friends, This is the primary reason Jesus came into this world. He came to gather...

 
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The Free Gift

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The greatest obstacle in our spiritual growth is ourselves, our self will and self love.

 
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In the Good and the Bad

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When things seem perfect, it is important to realize that it is all grace. Prepare ourselves for the next trial. 

 
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Truth: Free & Uncomfortable

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The truth of the Cross will set us free, but first it makes us uncomfortable.

 
Fr. Bryan Sabourin

Lord we Give you Permission to Set Us on Fire

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The scriptures offer us some wonderful life advice. Hebrews today compares our life of faith to a race;
one we need to persevere in; one that we need grace for; and...