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Great Adventure Bible Study

The Great Adventure Bible Study will commence in the fall on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm.   The invitation is for anyone who desires to know Jesus better.  

If you think you might be interested in attending please contact Mike Willis at:  734-502-5602 or call the Parish Office.

Fishers of Men

Join us as we get ready for the weekend through prayer, discussing the mass readings, and fellowship with other Christian brothers.

WHO WE ARE: Catholic and Christian Men gathering weekly to advance spiritually, regardless of where they currently are at in their Faith Journey. Men do not have to belong to St. Edith Parish.

WHAT WE DO: We prepare for the weekend by reviewing the readings for Sunday’s Liturgy, watch educational videos, and pray together. Just show up, nothing to bring. Copies of the Sunday readings are provided.

WHEN WE MEET: Meetings are held from 8:00 - 9:00 AM every Saturday morning, regardless of location.

WHERE WE MEET: On the first Saturday of the month, the meeting is held at the back room of Kerby’s Koney Island Restaurant at Six Mile and Newburgh. From September to May, we meet at the St. Edith Parish AV room. Enter through the Christian Service entrance in the back St. Edith parking lot. During June through August, we meet outside at Sumac Pointe Park Pavilion, which is on Hines Drive, just west of Newburgh.

For questions, and to get on the email distribution list, contact Geoff Turbiak at 734-306-6150 or

Hope to see you there whenever you can make it!

Fishers of Men Group 2020

Presentation by Fr. Enno

Fr. Enno, a priest from St. Paul of the Cross Passionist Retreat and Conference Center, gave a presentation a few weeks ago at St. Edith's Thursday bible study class.  Fr. Enno is originally from the Philippines and has a doctorate in World Religion from Notre Dame. 

His presentation was titled “A Catholic reading of the Bible” and showed the Theoretical history of how the Church reads and interprets the Bible and how the Bible is used as the foundation for our theology as well as our spiritually. The second part of Fr. Enno's presentation relates to the first discussion with more detail of how during certain periods in time, certain books were moved to new locations to better put them in a better perspective and to make it easier follow.  He mentions that some books were removed by Protestant sects.  He mentioned that some people take a specific reading out of context which can change the overall meaning of what was meant to be conveyed.   

Toward the end of the presentation, Fr. Enno had the participants break into groups to dissect a few readings and see how the meaning can change when read out of context, and how we can see several messages contained within one select reading.

Fr. Enno's full presentation is available as a series of short YouTube videos (linked below).


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15089 Newburgh Rd, Livonia, MI 48154
Phone: 734-464-1222

Monday - Friday all doors in the church building are locked at 8:00 pm

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Parish Office Hours:
Monday & Tuesday 9:00am-7:30pm
Wednesday & Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm
Closed from 12:00-1:00 for lunch

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