The Catholic Foundation of Michigan is very happy to welcome staff member Suzanne Stolz who serves as Director of Finance and Administration.

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Last week at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference in Chicago, Catholic Foundation President and CEO Angela Moloney presented a talk titled “Kerygma: Telling the Story”. This conference brings together parish, diocesan and other Church leaders who seek to promote stewardship as a way of life.

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Last year, we featured the new inclusion program at St. Mary Catholic Central High School of Monroe (SMCC), one of the 25 impact grant recipients from the Catholic Foundation in 2018.

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At the Put Your Faith Into Action event this week, Founders’ Circle members and friends had the opportunity to tour Ford Field and network over dinner and then learn from nonprofit and tax lawyers Celeste Arduino and Andy Curoe of Bodman PLC about leaving a family legacy.

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You’ve spent years working hard. You’ve built an estate that you and your family are proud of. You already contribute philanthropically to causes that you care about deeply. Still, you wonder if your legacy is all it could be.

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Over sixty people gathered on Friday, September 13 at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery mausoleum in Southfield, Michigan to dedicate a section of the cemetery in the memory and work of Blessed Solanus Casey. An endowment fund in his name has also been created to provide financial assistance to bury the ashes of unclaimed remains and burial plots for unclaimed remains at no cost.

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“As the only all-girls Catholic high school in Macomb County we are the hidden gem.

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The Catholic Foundation of Michigan is pleased to welcome staff member Christina Shabo who serves as Project Director. Christina comes to the Foundation with degrees in Public Administration and Communications from Oakland University in Auburn Hills and a passion for public service and economic development.

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“My time with Christ the King Service Corps changed my life. It was both challenging and rewarding. It taught me that we’re not always made to live in comfort. Discomfort leads to growth, change, and compassion,” reflects Shannon Grady, who was a 4th grade teacher with the program in 2018-19.

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