The Professional Advisors Group (PAG) was established this summer. Professionals in the field of financial, estate, or insurance planning are invited to become members this dynamic group. Members share their expertise with fellow professional advisors on how to integrate philanthropy into conversations with Catholic clients.

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The Catholic Foundation of Michigan’s 2018 Summer Grant Workshop was an outstanding success! 38 participants gathered at Grosse Pointe Wood’s Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church on July 12th, representing a wide variety of Catholic parishes, schools and nonprofits from around southeast Michigan for an informative breakfast and learning session.

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St. Katharine of Drexel’s remains will be moved from the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Blessed Sacrament located in Bensalem, PA to the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia.

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St. Frances Cabrini Clinic is America’s oldest free health clinic and has been at the service of disadvantaged Detroit residents since 1950. Located in the Corktown neighborhood, a wide variety of nearly 80 volunteer health professionals and students provide primary care, mental health care, and prescription assistance.

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Written By Tom Scholller 

That headline seems cold and insensitive, but it grabs our attention. That statement was mentioned at a LEAVE A LEGACY® conference I attended several years ago.

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Dear friends of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan,In a spirit of joy and gratitude we are pleased to share with you “Year One” – the first Annual Report for the Catholic Foundation of Michigan. What a grace-filled year it has been!

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Ever affable, Founders’ Circle member and treasurer Mike Vlasic laughed when asked about his decades of service to the Archdiocese of Detroit. “Before me, my dad was a volunteer advisor to the Archdiocese. In fact, I replaced him on the Archdiocese’s Finance Council. Many years ago, when my council term was over, Cardinal Maida asked me to stay. He said, ‘Mike, those who are called to serve, are often called to continue to serve!’”

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“Taking a cue from our Holy Father Pope Francis, and using the inspiration of the Holy Family, Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) works diligently every day to care for the least among us in our area of the world in southeast Michigan,” said CEO Dave Bartek.

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As Catholic business leaders we’re blessed with untold wealth that when pooled, can assist our brothers and sisters in southeast Michigan. The Catholic Foundation of Michigan is a ministry, and one we’ve needed for years.

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Since 1960, priests from the Servants of Charity Congregation have provided for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of more than 800 children and adult residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) at its St. Louis Center located in Chelsea, Mich.

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