Coming to Our Area
A Lenten Morning of Prayer and Reflection
On Saturday, February 29, 2020 at Christ the King Catholic Church (4000 Ave Maria Drive, Ann Arbor) there will be a morning of Lenten Prayer and Reflection. The topic is Our Lady of Mount Carmel: Presence and Protection. Keri Tarrant will speak on the rich legacy of Our Lady's presence in the Carmelite tradition and the benefits and protection she offers to those who entrust themselves to her loving care. The morning will begin at 9 am with Mass in the Church, followed by refreshments, Keri's presentation, and a time of prayer, reflection, and discussion, ending at noon. No registration is required and there is no charge, but a free will offering will be taken to support Keri's apostolate, St. Gabriel's Message, stgabrielsmessage.com. Sponsored by the St. John of the Cross Secular Discalced Carmelite Community. For more information, go to www.carmelite-annarbor.org.
Lenten Mission at Holy Family Church
This Lenten season Holy Family Church in Novi will be hosting a Lenten Mission from March 15-17. It is titled "Hope for Families: Navigating Today's Cultural Hurricane" given by Dr. Tim Hogan. He is a Catholic clinical psychologist who has his own practice and also teaches at Sacred Heart Seminary. Click here for more information.
First Friday Vigil
Jesus has asked His people to keep First Friday as reparation to His Sacred Heart, and First Saturday is a devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary per her request. In the northwest suburbs we have a 24 hour prayer Vigil, with 24 hours of Eucharistic Adoration. Adoration begins at 10 am Friday after the 9:15 am Mass. Evening Mass is at 7pm with confessions before and after Mass. The Reparation Prayer Vigil begins after the 7 pm Mass. Saturday morning Benediction with Reposition at 9 am followed by Mass for Life at 9:15 am. All are welcomed. St. Genevieve Church, 29015 Jamison Street, Livonia, 48150.
Leisure Club at St. Colette
The Leisure Club at St. Colette meets the first Thursday of the month at St. Colette in the Social Area of the Church to play games/cards and enjoy lunch (everyone brings their own). A variety of games are played and it has been recently suggested that Euchre and Pinochle might be added if there are enough people to play. Bring a game that interests you or join a game that is already available. Stop in anytime from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. We look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions, please call Nancy at 734-464-4436.Go to main navigation