There are people in our lives that help us to be better versions of ourselves.

People who, because of their words, actions, and convictions we can imagine will actually become a saint. Marisa Petrella was one of those people.

On November 29, 2021, the community lost a dedicated servant leader and woman of great faith. Marisa was a Catholic Foundation Founders’ Circle member, board member, and a dear friend and advocate.

Marisa possessed a strong sense of service, a generous spirit, and completed a considerable amount of pro bono work throughout her career. In 2020, Marisa was honored by the Italian government as the recipient of an award recognizing her exceptional legal work for the Italian Consulate in Detroit. She was given the highest honor possible for a non-Italian citizen: Cavaliere dell’Ordine della Stella d’Italia (Knight of the Order of the Italian Star).

Marisa Petrella actively volunteered and was a member of various other community boards of directors, including St. Regis Catholic Church, Mercy High School, Mother and Unborn Baby Care, and Orchestra Sono. Marisa loved God, her daughter and family, her church, her profession, Italian culture, music, and life.

All of us at the Catholic Foundation of Michigan ask you to remember Marisa and her family during this difficult time, as she is welcomed home into joyful, loving arms. Learn more about Marisa and her impact here: Marisa Petrella

In honor of the life-giving spirit of Marisa’s memory, the Sanctity of Life Endowed Grant was established through the generosity of the Catholic Foundation staff and Board of Directors, to provide grant funding to support creative programs that build a holistic reverence for life. 

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Author: Janet Biondo
Republished with permission from Detroit Catholic. 

Donors step up to replace former 30-year-old bus on its last legs, putting field trips in jeopardy for inner-city Catholic school

DETROIT — A bus is not just a bus for the students at Holy Redeemer School in Detroit; it’s a passageway to a world outside the classroom.

The school received a new $70,000 bus Nov. 9 as a gift from donors through the Catholic Foundation of Michigan.

“Our school is very family-oriented,” principal Sr. Kateri Burbee, SOLT, told Detroit Catholic. “The idea (to have a bus) is like a family gathering, a family outing.”

Holy Redeemer students watch the ribbon-cutting while social distancing outside the school on Nov. 9. Sr. Burbee said the new school bus represents a chance for many students to venture outside their school and neighborhood, often for the first time.

Last spring, when the school’s 30-year-old bus was on its last leg, the students went to a state park. At that time, Sr. Burbee said, she questioned how many more trips that bus could take; without it, future outings that are important for the students’ growth would be in jeopardy. For many students, especially from low-income families, field trips are a way to experience the world outside their school and neighborhood.

Sr. Burbee added the state park trip was an “opportunity for them to encounter God the Father and how much He blesses each and every one of us.”

The school’s population is 98 percent bilingual Hispanic, Sr. Burbee said.

Seventh-grader Miranda Lara said she was excited to ride the new bus.

“We are going to be the first class to use the bus tomorrow to see the Parade Company,” she said, explaining that the seventh-grade students would take the bus along with their second-grade buddies.

Second-grader MariaBelen Bermudez-Lara, 7, said she was most excited for the bus “because it is new and I get to ride in it.”

Clark Durant, a Catholic philanthropist and one of the donors behind the project, was at the ribbon-cutting event to share in the joy with the students.

Fr. Dennis Walsh, SOLT, pastor of Holy Redeemer Parish, blesses the new school bus as Holy Redeemer students look on.

“People think of it as a bus, but it’s really part of this community,” Durant said. “This is part of the flourishing of human development.”

Durant spearheaded the gift along with Joe Ricci, Mike Shields and the late William Pulte, whose family foundation recently acquired the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth from the Archdiocese of Detroit.

Overjoyed at the students’ reaction to the new bus, Durant promised them a future trip to the University of Notre Dame, his alma mater.

“What is rich about the Catholic understanding is that every piece of the community, from teachers to books to buses, each come from the love at the center of the Eucharist,” said Durant, who converted to the Catholic faith 16 years ago.

During his address to the students at the ribbon-cutting, Durant reminded them of their role in the Church’s future. Durant challenged students to find him in the future and tell him what they did with their lives, and how Holy Redeemer prepared them.

“Every one of you is being prepared to be a vessel of love, even for strangers,” he explained, encouraging students to pass along their blessings by taking steps to do good for others and not just themselves. “Your lives will change our community from darkness to light.”

Angela Moloney, president and CEO of Catholic Foundation of Michigan, said the organization was honored to facilitate the donors’ generous gift for the benefit of Holy Redeemer students.

“The Catholic Foundation’s mission is to make it easy for individuals, families and groups to be generous on projects such as this,” Moloney said. “It is a joy to steward this gift on behalf of so many generous donors.”


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Author: Jim Dudley
Republished with permission from Detroit Catholic. 

Catholic Foundation of Michigan’s founding CEO says nonprofit has supported $7 million in giving since 2017, and is just getting started

DETROIT — Seated in a booth at a busy Panera Bread one late-September morning, laptop open and coffee in hand, Angela Moloney is fresh from an executive committee meeting with the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, where she serves as founding president and CEO.

“Lots of good news this morning,” she says with a smile. “Just this quarter alone, we’ve had 16 new charitable funds established.”

A longtime leader in the Catholic nonprofit community, Moloney is passionate for philanthropy work and fully invested in increasing the impact of Catholic ministries, parishes and schools by inspiring charitable giving and managing assets to grow the Church for generations to come. For 10 years, Moloney served as domestic director of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, a Catholic organization connecting young volunteers with opportunities to serve in marginalized communities.

Angela Moloney, pictured front left (in blue), is seen with others at the newly established Center for the Works of Mercy on Woodward Avenue in Detroit. The center, sponsored by Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan, helps low-income clients with a variety of material and spiritual needs.

“While I wasn’t trained in the Jesuit tradition through school, I definitely got the entry to Jesuit spirituality through running JVC Midwest in Detroit,” she said. “We eventually merged and became one national organization.”

Her work included cultivating major gifts, leading regional development and fundraising efforts, and acquiring grants to support the program.

“I grew up in Livonia the youngest of 12 kids. My family is Catholic, and my uncle is Msgr. Jim Moloney, the pastor of St. Anselm Parish in Dearborn Heights,” Moloney said. “My dad was with the Jesuits for 10 years but in the end, it wasn’t his calling. We just had that rootedness in our family life. Community has always been one of our core values.”

Despite her Catholic upbringing, Moloney didn’t have the opportunity to attend a Catholic school until college, when she enrolled at Madonna University in Livonia.

“I fell in love with Madonna, and it was because of the sisters there and their commitment to faith, service and justice,” Moloney said. From there, she went on to earn a master’s degree in theology from Washington Theological Union in Washington, D.C.

“I was on fire to do good work. My first job out of grad school was as a high school campus minister at a Holy Cross school just outside of D.C. called Bishop McNamara,” Moloney said. “I was responsible for all the community service, planned the retreats and led Masses. During that time, I got married to my husband, Bill, and we fell in love with the places where we took our students to do service work.”

Teens from Nazareth Farm, a Catholic community in rural West Virginia that offers service retreats, are seen in this file photo. Moloney’s experience serving at the farm with her husband, Bill, for three years helped form a lifelong love of charitable service

Foremost among them was Nazareth Farm, a Catholic community in rural West Virginia, whose mission is to transform lives through a service-retreat experience. Nazareth Farm is devoted to living out the Gospel message through community, simplicity, prayer and service.

“Bill and I left what we loved in D.C. and decided to do three years of service work with Nazareth Farm,” Moloney said. “We worked in Appalachia. It was awesome and a pretty unique experience doing it as a married couple. We loved it, and after three years came home to Michigan.”

Moloney said her husband, who is from the Baltimore area, is “still surprised that we’re Michiganders,” along with their two boys, 11 and 13.

The experience of celebrating the richness and people of Appalachia stayed with the couple.

“After Nazareth Farm, we had the ability to identify our values and talk about our core values as a family,” Moloney said. “It also helped deepen my work at JVC. Our kids know our values and our community. It’s about simple living, prayer and our faith, and finally, service.”

Moloney said the family remains committed to service work; Bill leads community engagement efforts for students at the University of Michigan’s Michigan Community Scholars program, and “we’re a pretty service-focused family,” she said.

“We make sure we’re always attentive to doing service. Our work has always come from those values,” Moloney said. “My boys have been known to do service with us, but it’s been a tough year for that.”

Moloney has been bringing her “fire to do good” to the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, which was established in 2016, from its earliest days. The foundation helps connect donors to charitable causes in the Catholic community through planned giving, scholarships and donor-advised funds, among other efforts.

“I love the opportunity to be with individuals and families in particular as they discern what their heart is passionate about,” Moloney said. “We prayerfully discern where and how (funds are dispersed), and where and how we can give service to the community.”

Moloney, second right, is pictured with a group of Livonia-based Felician Sisters. Moloney’s first experience with a Catholic school was her enrollment at the Felician-run Madonna University, which she says instilled in her a love for helping others.

Moloney is passionate about her work, and she’s grateful for that. But her focus never wavers; and she’s always on to the next thing, spotlighting the work of others.

Moloney credits Pat Fehring, president of Level One Bank, with inspiring the creation of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan after arriving in the state and noticing an opportunity.

“He moved here from Ohio in the early 2000s and said, ‘Well, where’s the Catholic Foundation?'” Moloney said. “In Columbus, they have a model where everyone gives through their Catholic Foundation as a stand-alone 501(c)3 lay-led organization.”

The foundation is separate from the Archdiocese of Detroit, but supports the work of the archdiocese by inviting donors to create and give to funds that bolster ministries, parishes and schools throughout southeast Michigan.

“When Pat moved here, he approached other business leaders and said, ‘We need something that’s lay-led and easy to use,'” Moloney said. “He got the blessing of Archbishop Allen Vigneron, and now we have a board of about 30 to 40 business leaders. They are a dynamic group who are so faithful, so committed, so passionate and so generous.”

Moloney would love to continue talking about the mission of the Catholic Foundation, but there’s another meeting to attend, so she begins gathering her computer and things to move to another area of Panera where it’s quieter.

“The Catholic Foundation of Michigan has given about $7 million back to the community since 2017, and that’s not too bad,” Moloney says with a smile. “But there’s still so much more work to be done.”

Join our critical mission today. Your partnership enables the Catholic Foundation to be in a position to continue to preserve and enhance our Catholic values for present and future generations. Contact us at or call (248) 204–0332.

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On October 3rd 2020, Frank Morelli tragically passed away after a horrible car accident. Gone too soon, family and friends remember him as being a man of strong faith and character, who brought a smile to everyone he met. His warmth, jovial personality, and big heart brought a smile to everyone he met. He worked as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch and was a committed supporter of St. Vincent de Paul.

In partnership with St. Vincent de Paul, Frank’s business partner and dear friend, Frank  Migliazzo helped launch the Frank Morelli fund to support the mission of sending economically disadvantaged youth to St. Vincent de Paul’s Camp Ozanam.

Frank’s legacy endowment fund will help provide many young campers an opportunity to heal from difficult circumstances and connect with mentors who believe in them and mirror the same warmth and jovial spirit that Frank Morelli embodied.





Written by Angela Moloney

On September 20, 2021, the community lost a beloved leader, a man of faith, John Tierney. John was one of the very first Foundation Founders’ Circle members and truly lived his Catholic faith. 

I met John in 2007 during my time as the executive director of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps: Midwest. Upon our first meeting I was impressed with his gentle approach, kind spirit, and sincere wisdom. Since that time, he has been a role model, supporter, mentor, and friend.  

John taught me and all those around him the gifts of patience, commitment, love of family, and a dedication to building up the community. He was one of the smartest humans I’ve ever known, as well as the humblest. He will be missed by many.

All of us at the Catholic Foundation of Michigan ask you to remember John and his family during this time of difficult transition.

It is our prayer that he is welcomed home with joyful, loving arms.


Learn more about John and his impact here: John Tierney

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When the COVID pandemic struck Detroit, its victims included many whose only health care resource was the Malta Dental and Medical Clinic (Malta Clinic), a ministry begun by the Order of Malta, whose charism is to defend the Catholic faith and care for the sick and the poor.

Catholic Foundation Team assembling hygiene kits during their Fall Service Day of Mercy at the Malta Dental Clinic.

Like many other Catholic Foundation Grant Recipients, the Malta Clinic was forced to shut down as part of the effort but volunteers continued to care for the homeless by providing personal hygiene kits designed by Ed Jelonek D.O., the clinic’s medical director. Eighteen hundred kits were distributed to quarantine shelters and street mission teams by 60 volunteers.

Now, thanks to a new partnership with Catholic Charities of Southeastern Michigan (CCSEM), the Malta Clinic shares the Center for the Works of Mercy (Center) building at 8642 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 48202. The additional services provided at the Center are a food pantry, clothes closet, returning citizen (prisoner) outreach ministry, case management, behavioral health therapy, senior volunteering program and Project Hope.

The Malta Clinic has state-of-the-art equipment and provides quality care for the uninsured. Dental care includes dental examinations, dental radiographs, extractions, fillings, and teeth replacement with dentures and partials. Medical care includes physical examinations and care (including prescription drugs) for chronic diseases, diabetes, blood pressure, asthma and other conditions. The patients are the homeless, elderly and veterans.

Ed Jelonek, D.O and Mary Therese Hammer, R.N.,C.N.A

All care is provided by volunteers: Physicians, dentists, dental hygienists, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacy students from Eugene Applebaum School of Pharmacy and dental/dental hygiene students from the University of Detroit Mercy. The Malta Clinic also provides volunteering opportunities to premed/dental/pharmacy students, who need volunteer hours to apply to professional schools. Wayne State Medical Students come to the clinic every Wednesday. The Malta Clinic will expand services by hosting eye clinics and podiatry care. Nancy Harmon, R.D.H., the Clinic’s Dental Director adds, “We are always in need of volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering, please contact”

Clinic President Thomas Larabell sees great potential for the Malta Clinic to serve more patients through its location with the Center. “The people who come to us don’t have just one, but many issues,” he observes. “They need food, clothing, health care, jobs, and a reason to hope. The Center’s clients will need health care, and our patients will need what the Center can offer.”

Malta staff with patient

A number of generous donors, responding to the Malta Clinic’s capital campaign, made it possible for the Clinic to get off to a strong start in its new home. Working with the Catholic Foundation of Michigan (Foundation) and opening a donor-designated fund has helped establish the Malta Clinic’s present and future work.

Thomas Larabell adds, “The Foundation takes care of many of our administrative concerns about donations, and offers us an additional way to advertise and promote our ministry.”

Nancy Harmon notes that the clinic reaches those who perhaps most need reassurance of God’s love and mercy because of the barriers they have faced. “Everyone is broken, but not all wounds are visible,” she observes. “We minister to those who are wounded on multiple levels: Physically, emotionally, spiritually. Through the Clinic’s work, we’re treating not only health needs, but also showing people that they are loved. That’s the most important work we do.”

Please join the Catholic Foundation in supporting this vital mission by giving to the designated fund. Through your generous gift, you help provide the joy of a smile and make a direct impact on someone in need.

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If you are over the age of 70½ years, you can benefit from a simple way to support your faith community through the Catholic Foundation and receive tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 in any given calendar year from your IRA directly to a qualified charitable institution without having to pay income taxes on the dollars. 

This popular gift option is commonly called the IRA Charitable Rollover, but you may also see it referred to as a qualified charitable distribution, or QCD, for short.

Why Would I Donate from My IRA?
    • Your gift will start doing good immediately, allowing you to see the difference your donation is making today.
    • You pay no income taxes on the gift. The transfer generates neither taxable income nor a tax deduction, so you benefit even if you do not itemize your deductions.
    • If you have not yet taken your required minimum distribution for the year, a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) can satisfy all or part of that requirement.
    • Your smart gift provides a significant gift to support a charitable cause important to you.
How it Works:
    • Make your gift of up to $100,000 by directly transferring IRA assets to the Catholic Foundation. You must be 70 1/2 years old. If married, each spouse can transfer up to $100,000 from his or her IRA.
    • Your gift can be placed into a charitable fund in your name, the name of your family, or in honor of any person or organization you choose. We handle all administrative details.
    • Your gift can be placed into an endowment that is invested and will grow over time. It will forever make grants that address community needs.
Choose a Fund:

Although Donor Advised Funds are not eligible to receive QCDs per IRS regulations, the Catholic Foundation has several alternatives for donors to consider:

    • Establish a Granting Fund — Focus your faithful gift on a cause important to you. The Catholic Foundation will award grants to programs addressing your specific interest area (e.g. pastoral, health, social).
    • Endowed or Designated Funds — Support the work of a specific ministry or organization with long-term income. The ministry will also receive the planned giving and investment management services of the Catholic Foundation.
 Frequently Asked Questions
    • I’ve already named the Catholic Foundation as the beneficiary of my IRA. What are the benefits of making a gift today? By making a gift this year of up to $100,000 from your IRA, you are jump-starting the legacy and giving yourself the joy of seeing your philanthropic vision come true.
    • I’m turning 70 1/2 in a few months. Can I make this gift now? No. The legislation requires you to reach age 70 1/2 by the date you make the gift.
    • When do I need to make my gift? We must receive your gift by Dec. 31 for your donation to qualify for this year. If you have check-writing privileges on your IRA account, please mail your check by Dec. 15 to ensure time for delivery.

Next Steps:


  1. Contact the Catholic Foundation at 248-204-0332 for additional information on giving an IRA gift.
  2. Consult with your tax advisor or your IRA administrator. Contact us for a sample letter to your IRA plan administrator.
  3. Request that your IRA administrator make a direct transfer to the Catholic Foundation or have the administrator send a check from your account to the Foundation.  

Legal Name:
 Catholic Foundation of Michigan

Address: 1145 W. Long Lake Rd. #210, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Federal Tax ID #: 81-4107324


Here at the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, we want to help you give charitably, in a way that is meaningful to you. We work with individuals, couples, and families who want to personally make a difference in the lives of others. If you’re interested in learning more, please reach out!

Consult with your tax planner or financial advisor before making any decisions regarding your IRA account. This information is not a substitute for expert legal, tax, or other professional advice, and we strongly encourage donors to work with your professional advisors to determine the impact of making a QCD on your particular situations.


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In 2020, Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Men of the Sacred Hearts, two ministry partners of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan, created a holy partnership to deepen faith and increase joy in the community.

The partnership developed after a home enthronement by the Men of the Sacred Hearts in the home of the school’s founders, David and Alejandra Miller. After the Millers shared the story of founding the classical high school, the idea to create a student club and character development program came to life.  “The most beautiful part of all of this is we were simply having our home enthroned and we— the men and ourselves — felt this was a grace from Our Lady to bring us together,” Alejandra Miller said. 

After that graced evening, the Chesterton Men of the Sacred Hearts Honor Society was created and several students joined in an effort to grow in virtue, prepare for Catholic manhood, lead spiritually in the school, and participate in the home enthronement ministry of Men of the Sacred Hearts. These students met weekly with David Tay, the Executive Director of the Men of the Sacred Hearts, to review the history of the organization, the 12 Promises from Jesus to St. Mary Margaret, and also role-played a home enthronement.  

Oliver, Gabriel, Patrick, Stephen, Louis, John, and Peyton of the Chesterton Men of the Sacred Hearts Honor Society, after they completed their first solo home Enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at the Headmaster’s Home on April 30, 2021.

After their first enthronement, one of these students, Peyton, reflected that he felt a close connection to the family as they prayed for them before each decade of the Holy Rosary. Each Chesterton student had some classroom exposure to the important action of praying a personal intention for each family member before each decade.

Patrick, another student, observed that he entered into a “deeper sense of community among my fellow classmates.” As the Chesterton classmates worked together conducting the Home Enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in their first home, it was clear that they bonded as they helped one another through it. Louis commented about the event, “I was very content that everyone was in unity with prayer, and I bet our Blessed Mother was smiling down on us.”

These student leaders now seek to take the incoming students of Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Guadalupe under their mentorship and show them how to conduct a home Enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

We at the Catholic Foundation are overjoyed to support both Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Men of the Sacred Hearts organizations in their holy partnership and future ministry. You can join us in support of their beautiful work in the community by giving to the funds they hold at the Catholic Foundation.



As the 2021-2022 school year begins, our communities in southeast Michigan continue to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some have faced health challenges or lost loved ones to the virus, and many more have experienced economic impacts. For families who value quality, Christ-centered education and have also faced financial struggles over the past 18 months, it has been difficult to continue prioritizing tuition payments.

The Catholic Foundation is grateful for generous supporters who understand how important it is to provide the opportunity for all students to receive an excellent education grounded in Catholic belief and practice.

In 2020, aware of the financial difficulties some families were facing, a small group of donors and the Archdiocese of Detroit helped opened two scholarship funds. These funds have grown and are providing increased opportunities for students this fall.

Through the growth of these two funds, the Foundation awarded 96 students from 27 schools across the Archdiocese of Detroit, totaling roughly $250,000, a 62% increase from last year’s inaugural scholarship awards.

One parent of a scholarship recipient shared, “The grants I received for my son and daughter will help alleviate the stress of coming up with the full tuition amount every month. Sending my children to St. Anne has been one of the greatest decisions I’ve ever made; St. Anne is truly our second family. Your generosity is a huge blessing, and I am forever grateful for this gift.”

The coordinated work of the Foundation, the scholarship committee, and supporters in the community has led to changed lives for students and an increased sense of working together to see students thrive in the Catholic school environment. Christina Shabo, the scholarship administrator for the Catholic Foundation, observed that “one of the unexpected gifts of the Foundation’s scholarship process is connecting with many dedicated principals and administrators from our local Catholic schools. The care and attention they put in everything they do is so inspiring and it is an honor to support them, their schools, and partner in this unique way.”

The scholarships are a fruit of the community partnering to share the Gospel in action. Chairman of the Catholic Foundation’s Grant and Impact Committee Anthony Schena reflected, “The Grant and Impact committee was amazed at the faith of parents who applied for the scholarships on behalf of their children. In the face of tremendous challenges, their faith in God strengthens them to prevail. These parents want their children to be surrounded by that faith every day and are willing to make any level of personal sacrifice to keep their children in Catholic schools.”

Quality, faith-based education is invaluable, shares one grateful parent. “We have eight children, and all are attending Catholic schools. We value our kids’ Catholic education and choose it over trips to Disney or new vehicles, in order to allow them to thrive in the wonderful experiences a Catholic education can provide. Thank you so much for your consideration and generosity.”

Anyone can contribute to these scholarships and multiply the impact these funds will have. The gift of a Catholic education pays dividends for generations to come. In a season where we have had to rely on the power of community, you too can support these faithful families and our Catholic schools.

The Catholic Foundation is proud to celebrate those who have been a part of this unique opportunity–both the students whose lives are transformed through access to Catholic education, and the donors who were empowered to give generously to sustain Catholic education in southeast Michigan.

Individuals can make a gift to these existing scholarship funds in any amount and make a difference. Give online below or contact the Foundation staff at 248-548-3020.

Supporters can also create a scholarship fund that is both unique and personal, based on specific goals. Examples could be tuition assistance for students at a particular school, students interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) or the arts. Scholarship funds can be opened with a gift of $25,000 or more.


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Benefitting Schools:
St. Frances Cabrini ElementaryMost Holy TrinitySt. AugustineSt. Joseph, Trenton
Divine Child Elementary SchoolOur Lady of Good CounselSt. Charles BorromeoSt. Linus Catholic School
Gesu Catholic SchoolOur Lady of SorrowsSt. Clare of MontefalcoSt. Michael, Livonia
Holy Name Catholic SchoolOur Lady of the LakesSt. Edith Catholic SchoolSt. Pius X Catholic School
Holy Redeemer Catholic SchoolOur Lady Queen of MartyrsSt. Isaac JoguesSt. Regis Catholic School
Immaculate Conception, Ira TownshipShrine ElementarySt. Joan of ArcSt. Valentine
John Paul II Catholic SchoolSt. Anne Catholic SchoolSt. Joseph, Lake Orion