Monthly Archives: February 2017

Archbishop: Have we conformed to the world, or have we challenged it?

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Recently I was reading Blessed John Henry Newman’s sermon on “Endurance, the Christian’s Portion” (PPS, V: 20) and was struck by a comment he makes in reflecting on the affirmation of St. Paul and St. Barnabas “that we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God (Acts…

Standing guard for the faith

Knights of Columbus’ Color Corps inspires devotion, patriotism for members DETROIT — You see them often at high-profile Catholic events, standing in formation, swords at attention, the colorful hats, uniforms and capes a vibrant contrast to an otherwise ordinary congregation. To the uninitiated, the Knights of Columbus Color Corps could be something of a throwback to…

Youth ‘give it all to God’ at Rainbow XXXV

Young Catholics celebrate Christ with hundreds of friends in downtown Detroit DETROIT — A young person living out his or her faith is amazing. Thousands of young people gathering to celebrate their faith: that’s a cause for celebration. The Catholic Youth Organization hosted the 35th annual Rainbow Conference Feb. 11-12 at the Renaissance Center in downtown…