The 11th annual Archdiocesan Pro-life Youth Conference “Justice for All-Be Their Voice” will be held April 29th at Bishop Foley High School, 32000 Campbell Rd., Madison Heights, MI 48071, beginning at 12noon.
The conference will feature Emmy award- winning Keynote speaker Ryan Bomberger from the Radiance Foundation who will speak on The Beauty of Possibility and the Social Injustice of Abortion, as well as his break-out session Adopted and Loved.
Additional break-out sessions affirming student’s personal worth and their unique purpose include:
- Women’s Health, the Medical Effects of Abortion & practicing Prolife Medicine
- Adopted and Loved
- Understanding Prolife Legislation and Conscience Rights-Finding your Voice
- Trafficking and Human Dignity
- Prolife Apologetics
- Sexual Integrity-the Call to Greatness and Love
Vendor Resource Tables Representatives will be on hand to share valuable resources with students. Auxiliary Bishop Donald Hanchon will cap off the conference with the celebration of Sunday Vigil Mass following Praise and Worship at 4:45. Opportunity for Confession, Adoration, Praise & Worship as well! Following Mass students are welcome to stay for dinner, and a closing DJ dance, ending at 9:30 pm.
Register today …don’t miss out!! www.prolifeyouth.com
Cost: $18 for groups advance/ $20 at the door – includes original conference T-shirt, take away resources, dinner and DJ dancing! $10 Dance Only.
All 8th Grade through college students are welcome to attend! Bring a friend, make some friends, have a great time, and hope to see you there!
This has gotten to the critical stage. We desperately need an indoor climate controlled space. I am so afraid I will have frozen pipes soon. Please share this ad with everyone and anyone on your email list or other organizations you may belong to. I do not want to shut down from November to April but we may have to. This is not a want but a need. Someone has to know someone who owns a building or business that can house us through the worst of the winter. I will have to winterize it soon then we cannot use the water or toilet. Not to mention the ultrasound machine. Please pray on this and act as necessary. Please ask your church to place in their bulletin.
I am not sure if that rented space is still available – but a space like that will cost us approx. $1,500/mo + – with utilities. Like I said I am not sure if it’s still available. Perfect spot just not affordable.
Please share this ad and let people know this is critical to our ministry being on the road this winter.
Mobile unit locations and times are subject to change due to weather, maintenance and/or staffing issues. Please call number to verify times and locations.
Pre-termination evaluation including:
- Pregnancy Testing,
- Limited Ultrasound,
- Options Counseling, and
- Community Referrals
Appointments Available Now, Walk-ins Welcome – operated by ICU Detroit. Phone: (248) 620-5353, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Services are not guaranteed.
Hours – Mondays (Location 1). DHS/WIC office parking lot
Detroit, MI 48228
10:00am – 1:00pm
Mondays – (Location 2) College Park Commons
7990 W. Outer Dr.
Detroit, MI 48235
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Thursdays (Location 1)
15670 E. 8 Mile Rd.
Detroit, MI 48205
9:00am – 12:00pm
Thursdays (Location 2) Woodside Bible Church – Warren Campus
27300 Hoover Rd.
Warren, MI 48093
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Saturdays – Walgreens parking lot
15616 Grand River
Detroit, MI 48227
9:30am – 12:30pm
To pay by credit card, register online at: CTHdinner2016.eventbrite.com
November 15 at the Sterling Inn Banquet Center; Sterling Inn, 15 Mile and Van Dyke, Sterling Heights, MI.
6 pm—Social Hour with video highlights from past conferences
7 pm—Dinner served
7:45 pm – Fr. Eduard Perrone will share the history of Call to Holiness – “Then and Now”.
All past speakers have been invited and will be recognized
Recognize past and present Board members
8:00 pm Keynote Speaker: Dale Ahlquist, President of the American Chesterton Society.
On Friday, November 15, 1996 the first Call to Holiness Conference began at the Sterling Inn near Detroit, Michigan. It was a direct response, both spiritual and educational, to the dissident Call to Action Conference taking place at the same time at Cobo Hall in Detroit. Fr. Hardon, S.J. and Fr. Perrone, pastor of Assumption Grotto Parish along with lay leaders organized the conference in only four months. Mother Angelica mentioned it on EWTN and came as the key note speaker. There have been 15 conferences, plus dinners and other functions since then as the group continues to serve the Church.
Child care will be available including pizza and entertainment. Reservations are required.
Tickets are sold according to desired entree selection. Tables of 10 are available for discount price.
Dinner tickets and further information at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/call-to-holiness-20th-anniversary-dinner-tickets-26542639750