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Archbishop: Church will continue to stand with refugees

Executive order throws Catholic Charities’ refugee resettlement program into doubt DETROIT — Since President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries on Jan. 27, Catholic leaders across the country have spoken out over the legal and ethical implications, especially for refugees escaping war-torn countries such as Iraq and Syria. The day…

Courtship goes digital: Catholic spouses share stories of meeting online

Local couples say technology can help like-minded Catholics find each other Grace Turner | Special to The Michigan Catholic METRO DETROIT — While the traditions surrounding St. Valentine’s Day haven’t changed much over the years, one thing is for certain: meeting eligible Catholic singles isn’t as easy as it used to be. With a busier and busier…

40 years ago, University of Detroit Jesuit announced: ‘We’re staying’

School community reflects on impact of decision to remain in Detroit DETROIT — In 1977, administrators at University of Detroit Jesuit High School made a decision that would define the school and make clear its mission to serve: the school would remain in the city of Detroit at a time when many other institutions were relocating…

Kreeft defends belief in angels and demons from modern ‘snobbery’

Science hasn’t dampened Church’s view,  author says during Apologetics Conference STERLING HEIGHTS — Man, argues Peter Kreeft, has a long history of making two mirrored mistakes regarding demons. In ancient times, our ancestors obsessed about them, he says, and saw evil spirits around every unfortunate corner. “Satan loves that. If you’re fighting a war, and your…