Roman Catholics once got all of their parish-related news by way of their parish’s weekly bulletin and their archdiocesan newspaper. These print sources alerted them to Mass schedule changes, anniversaries, deaths and funeral notices, baptisms, and other relevant faith-based details.
If they missed Mass or lost their newspaper in the mail, people had no way of knowing what was going on in their parish. Parishes and the Catholic archdiocese of Detroit, however, continue to embrace technology to reach parishioners and alert the laity to the goings-on of the Church and the parish itself. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2oQyrxm
Greektown is among the most prominent entertainment districts in downtown Detroit. It became a commercialized district in the 1960s and is now one of the most visited areas in downtown Detroit. With a variety of restaurants, hotels, and the renowned Greektown Casino, you can experience the vibrant culture of Greektown.
Most visitors park in the nearby parking structures and walk along Monroe Avenue between Brush Street and St. Antoine Street to visit the attractions. You can also ride the People Mover train, which provides transportation to the Greektown area and other downtown attractions, such as Grand Circus Park and Cobb Center.
Historical Catholic Churches
The Catholic Church is one of the oldest branches of Christianity since the beginning of the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church continues to be a celebrated religion among Christians. Many of the earliest built Catholic churches are still standing today, including Old St. Mary’s. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2oj66g0
Roman Catholics may wonder why they should register as members of Catholic churches in Detroit. Membership in a parish entitles Catholics to numerous privileges that may not be accessible to them if they failed to register at all. These privileges can be significant to their lives and to their ability to practice their faith.
Registering as a Parishioner
Practicing Catholics in good standing with the Roman Catholic Church and the Vatican are welcome to numerous entitlements. These privileges range from celebrating sacraments to having a priest or lay council intervene on their behalf during circumstances like annulment procedures.Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2oQxo0o
When Pope Benedict XVI ordered that the Roman Missal be revised, few people could predict how the changes would be received by parishes throughout the world. Before the former pope introduced these changes, the Missal has not been changed in over 30 years since the introduction of Vatican II.
People who had grown up with the post-Vatican II Missal, and even people who had grown up during the era of the Latin Mass, were comfortable and happy with the Missal as it was. Since its introduction in 2011, Pope Benedict’s Missal has met with a myriad of changes among Detroit churches and across the U.S. and the world. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2ojd98l