Loyola High School

Dress for success collection October 25 & 26

Loyola High School of Detroit nurtures a culture of hope and academic success for young men challenged by an urban environment, preparing them to be men of Christian love, justice and service, acting with integrity, compassion and courage. Let’s help these young men in this process by donating granola bars or breakfast bars and by donating gently used or new items from the following list. Monetary donations also are appreciated.

Required Dress Code:

Shirt: A white or light blue dress shirt, long or short sleeve. Silk shirts are not accepted. Sizes 15-17 1/2

Tie: A Loyola bulldog tie or an appropriate business attire tie is required.

Belt: Brown, navy blue or black belt with standard buckle must be worn at all times. Sizes up to 44  Dress Socks: blue / black

Flu Shot Clinic ~ Save the Date

Sunday, October 26 after all Masses

CVS will be here giving flu shots to those in need

You can bring your medical card and be billed that way – if your insurance covers flu shots.

$31 for the uninsured

 

Our first church tour

will be on October 12, 2014:

St. John’s Deaf Center

14057 E. Nine Mile Rd.

Warren, MI 48089

Fr. Michael Depick, OFSF

11:30 Mass – Sign Language ASL and voice interpreter for the hearing

They have been ministering to the deaf for 35 years. It wasn’t until my son introduced me to his deaf friend and shared that she was brought up Catholic out of state and had never experienced the Mass with her “ears”. Fr. Depick is a powerful “speaker” to not only the deaf but to the hearing as well. His messages regarding the many phases of our Catholicism can be reviewed online. http://www.frmd.org/

 

If you are interested in carpooling, please meet at our house around 10:30 am.

If you would like to participate in helping them in their outreach program – please bring a $10 gift card for groceries or gas.

Carol Reschke, 6157 Walker Dr., Troy, MI   48085/248-879-6033

P.S. Following Mass – we will be supporting our Cappuchin Brothers by attending the annual SOUPerbowl – $20.00 All you can eat, entertainment and a 2014 Cappuchin Soup Bowl.

American Polish Century Club, 33204 Maple Lane, Sterling Heights, MI

DIRECTIONS: Take I-75 south to I-696 east to Exit 24 (Hoover/Schoenherr), turn right on Schoenherr, turn left on Nine Mile Rd., St. John’s Deaf Center is on your left (looks like a school building), it is just past Wellington Ave.

Fr. Michael Depcik, OSFS (one of 10 deaf Catholic Priests on the planet)

11:30 Mass – Sign Language ASL and voice interpreter for the hearing

Help the Food Pantry

Please help feed others from our Food Pantry! Our food supply is low.

We work with Troy People Concerned to feed the hungry in Troy.  With September and back to school time, families’ budgets are tight; many need our help.  Can you donate $20-$25 in gift cards (to Kroger or Meijer) so we can buy some food (including meat) to feed those in need?

Your donations are greatly appreciated.

 

Grief Support – October 6 weeks

Special occasions and holidays —such as birthdays and anniversaries—are extremely difficult for those who have experienced the death of a loved one.

Although there are no easy ways to cope with heartache, this six -week series will provide support and particular suggestions for handling grief now and year round. The content of each week’s session builds upon the previous week, so participants benefit most by attending all sessions.

This opportunity is offered as a community service by Reverence Hospice; there is no charge.

Tuesday Evening Group

October 14th 21st, 28th, November 4th 11th 18th

6:30pm – 8:00pm

 

To registration call:

Kim Houseman at 248.689.8380 x 112