Pope Francis, Gaudete et Exsultate: On the Call to Holiness in Today’s World, “We are all called to be holy by living our lives with love and by bearing witness in everything we do, wherever we find ourselves.”
November 16 & 17, 2018 Crystal Gardens, 16703 Fort Street, Southgate, MI.
A conference for everyone to grow in understanding of the beauty and truth of sacramental love.
Friday Dinner: Doors open 6:00 pm, Dinner served 7:00 pm
Featured Speakers: Mr. William May and Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse
Saturday Conference: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. which includes lunch.
A Family Friendly Event – Married, Engaged, Singles, Religious & Clergy
Youth Conference (Ages 13 and Older) • Child Care (Ages 1-12). The Youth conference will be led by Giovanni Vitale, graduate of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, now the leader of the youth group BRICK at St. Sebastian in Dearborn.
Sunday 12 Noon: Orchestral, Pontifical Tridentine Mass at Assumption Grotto, 13770 Gratiot Ave, Detroit with Bishop Joseph Perry from Chicago.
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William B. May
Founder of Catholics for the Common Good Institute and the Marriage Reality Movement
Friday: Becoming the Resistance By Living in Truth
Saturday: Taking Back Marriage Requires A New Movement
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse
Founder of the Ruth Institute
Friday: The Sexual State: How the Church is Right and the Government is Wrong about the Sexual Revolution
Saturday: A Manifesto for Families: 15 Point Plan of Action
Fr. Eduard Perrone
Pastor, Assumption Grotto, Detroit and Co-Founder of Call to Holiness
Marriage Prep: What the World Cannot Give
Dr. Janet Smith
Professor, Sacred Heart Major Seminary “Humanae Vitae” 50 Years Later
Robert and Christine Muise
American Freedom Law Center, Trustful Surrender to a Catholic Marriage
Dr. Edward Peters
Canon Lawyer and Professor, Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Love In Law: Church Teaching on Marriage
“Call to Holiness is an organization of Catholics, obedient to the Vicar of Christ, faithful to the eternal truths of Jesus Christ. Our purpose is to defend and support the Magisterium, the teaching authority of the Catholic Church, through prayer, education and evangelization.”
For more information call Steve at (313) 318-9795 or see www.FocusOnLifeDinner.weebly.com
On Saturday, September 8, 2018, Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, Priests for Life and the Pro-Life Action League will co-sponsor the 6th annual National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children at 51 grave sites across the United States.
Pro-lifers are encouraged to carry on the spiritual mission of the Day of Remembrance throughout the year by visiting a grave site of aborted children or other memorial site to offer prayers of mourning for the victims of abortion. Find the site nearest you here.
During your visit, you may wish to pray one of the following prayers prepared for the National Day of Remembrance:
To get specific locations, click on: www.LifeChain.net
I’m sure that all of you have heard how close the race is between the Right to Life endorsed pro-life candidate John James and his opponent.
On Wednesday July 25th, at the Troy Christian Chapel, the Right To Life of MI awarded a grant to help with the mobile ultrasound unit that helps many mothers choose life for their unborn babies in Detroit. Our Upper Downriver Right to Life member, Emmanuel (man on the right in blue shirt), drives this mobile ultrasound unit and the funds will be used towards marketing our services to women searching for free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and abortions. We have been looking at new ways to let vulnerable women know who we are and where we are.
The grant is awarded to Pregnancy Resource organizations that work to save the lives of the pre-born and their mothers from the horrors of abortion in the city of Detroit. Last year three centers received the grant and this year ICU Birth Choice along with Detroit Pregnancy Test And Help Center (2 Doors down from Summit on McNichols) will receive the grant.
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