By Barbara Glover

Loyola High School, an all-male school in Detroit, has been educating and serving urban young men in underserved communities for 26 years. Atif Lodhi, Loyola Marketing and Communications Director, smiles joyfully and summarizes their mission: “To become men for others.”

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By: Barbara Glover

On the evening of September 13, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is set to honor Blessed Solanus Casey with a new cemetery section that will bear his name. Bishop Donald Hanchon will dedicate the new Blessed Solanus Casey section and an hors d’oeuvre reception including wine from the Bishop’s Vineyard will immediately follow.

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Chris Allen, MHSA, FACHE is a dynamic member of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan’s Board of Directors and a member of the Founders’ Circle.

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In June, the Catholic Foundation of Michigan presented two Grant Writing Workshops at St. Fabian Catholic Parish in Farmington Hills and Our Lady Star of the the Sea Catholic Parish in Grosse Pointe Woods. More than 70 attendees from across southeast Michigan gained valuable insight and tips for writing grant proposals of all types, with a special emphasis on the Catholic Foundation’s 2019 impact grant process.

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As the school year winds down and many families celebrate graduations, our thoughts turn toward the future. We want our children and grandchildren to have a strong future, rooted in the Catholic faith.

Together we ignite hearts and strengthen our Catholic faith. Together we make it easier to unleash the gospel in our area and inspire the next generation.

None of this work would be possible without those who creatively and bravely choose to leave a legacy aligned with their faith. On our website you can read many inspiring stories of families who are choosing to remember and honor the legacies of their loved ones. Others are helping secure the work of the ministries they hold dear for future generations.

How will you shape your legacy?


“Let us not grow tired of doing good, for in due time we shall reap our harvest, if we do not give up. While we have the opportunity, let us do good to all, but especially to those who belong to the family of the faith.”
—Galatians 6:9-10