Monthly Archives: February 2016

A more perfect union with Christ

“I remember being with my daughter at Gesu for Easter, and we were walking past the altar. She bowed past the altar, but I didn’t. She stopped me and said, ‘Mom, you need to bow or genuflect.’ It hit me how she really spoke in reverence of the faith.” —Kimberly Sims, whose young daughter, Kyndall,…

Anchors of faith, beacons of hope

Inner-city parishes serve as watchdogs, sources of unity for Detroit neighborhoods Detroit — Once every so often, a passerby might notice a man walking around Detroit’s Osborn Neighborhood. Dressed in black, surveying the streets, on the watch for crime or someone who may be in need of assistance. No, this isn’t a review of the…