The historic Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament is truly a sight to behold in Detroit’s North End. Its construction in the Gothic Revival style began in 1913. The Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Detroit, which Archbishop Vigneron refers to as “everyone’s second parish.”

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We are pleased to announce that our 2019 Impact Grant process is now accepting applications!

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Young Catholics from across Metro Detroit met up for a day of impact and community-building on April 27 at Spring Forward, an event hosted by the Catholic Foundation of Michigan.Held at the iconic Fowling Warehouse in Hamtramck, the event included opportunities for fellowship, service, and learning about the Catholic Foundation’s mission. Attendees enjoyed fowling (throwing footballs at the opposing team’s bowling pins) and blanket-making with Fleece & Thank You, a local nonprofit organization.

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Around 50 Catholic Foundation Founders’ Circle members and friends gathered on Tuesday, April 23 for mass celebrated by Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron, breakfast, and unveiling of the Foundation’s 2018 annual report.

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Picture the way one small candle lights up a dark room. In the same way, each gift offered to and stewarded by the Catholic Foundation of Michigan brings light and lasting impact to local ministries and the people in need that they serve.

The Catholic Foundation’s 2018 annual report highlights how our collaborative effort brought the Light of Christ to thousands of people throughout southeast Michigan, now and for generations to come.

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The Catholic Foundation of Michigan is pleased to announce we have reached the 2018 Platinum Seal of Transparency on GuideStar. This profile displays the Foundations financial information as well as our value based goals, strategies and progress toward our critical mission. We have achieved this in just over a year of operating. Visit our profile HERE.

Many individuals are not sure how the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), effective January 1, 2018, impacts their current income tax situation, charitable contributions and legacy planning. In the midst of these changes, now is a good time to reflect on why we give.

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Ed Parks and fellow Class of 1954 Gesu Catholic School alumnus Don Bridenstine have been friends for years. Don’s recent experiences volunteering at Gesu prompted him to ask how they could be doing more to help the school.

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Holly and Justin Rutt are co-founders of The Little Flower Soap Co., which sells handmade natural bath and beauty products. Launched in 2010, their company recently received national recognition in an Amazon Storefronts small business feature advertisement.

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The Cathedral is alive with the sound of children, thanks to the birth of a groundbreaking initiative, the Cathedral Choir Academy (CCA) of Detroit. In residence at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, this comprehensive after school choral music program serves both urban and suburban youth of all faiths, ages 9-15.

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