St. Anselm parish school, in Dearborn Heights, is the beneficiary of a Catholic Foundation of Michigan endowment. The foundation’s first fund was opened through the generosity of its long-time pastor Msgr. James Moloney, who opened the endowment for his “beloved parish school” to help ensure the funding of ongoing operational and maintenance needs.

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Since 1886, historic Ste. Anne Church has been located in Detroit on St. Anne Street between W. Lafayette Boulevard and Howard Street.

Beautiful and historic Catholic churches attract worshipers and pilgrims. They provide a glimpse at the splendor of God’s beauty and reveal our faith’s history. Ste. Anne de Detroit is the second oldest continuously operating Catholic Church in the United States, founded in 1701.

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We invite YOU to join the more than 30 faith-filled Catholic leaders and families in southeast Michigan who have ensured the successful launch our Catholic Foundation!

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During his 1978 installation ceremony, St. John Paul II addressed the youth: “You are the future of the world, you are the hope of the Church, you are my hope!” Please consider contributing to our Vibrant Parish Life Granting Fund to increase participation among today’s youth and young adults in our parish communities by providing opportunities for engagement and fellowship. Help us reach our $5,000 campaign goal by donating here.

Remarks Board Member Kathleen McCann made at the Foundation’s Oct. 3 launch event follow:

I’m so appreciative of the nice introduction, but it occurs to me that the first word I should want used to describe me isn’t CEO or Chair or volunteer or wife or daughter, for that matter – but disciple – intentional, joyful, missionary disciple. We’re His first, before all else, of course.

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Reprinted with permission from Detroit Catholic.A group of lay Catholics in the Archdiocese of Detroit has formed what they believe will be a “game changer” in church philanthropy in southeast Michigan.

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Join the Founders’ Circle Today

In 2016, a group of inspired lay-leaders, endorsed by the Archbishop of Detroit, invited passionate Catholics to participate in the launch of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, forever changing the landscape of Catholic philanthropy in our area.

Who should join?

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DETROIT – Sept. 27, 2017 – The Catholic Foundation of Michigan board of directors, made up of more than 20 Detroit-area business leaders, has invited other prominent members of the community to learn about and to help launch the lay-led, nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation designed to serve as the center of Catholic philanthropy in southeast Michigan.

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by Pat Fehring

Like many of us who have chosen to become involved with the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, my engagement is an outgrowth of my Catholic upbringing and education.

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Angela Moloney was appointed President and CEO of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan on May 1, 2017.

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