Arts & Faith

In ‘Dangers to the Faith,’ Kresta challenges Catholicism’s opponents

DETROIT — Catholicism is under attack. Not that that’s anything new. Since the dawn of the Church, the devil has always used the secular culture to confuse and skew the truth through deception and distraction. The forms of attack have changed from age to age, but the agenda remains the same. For Catholics, the challenge…

Local teacher, columnist releases second book, ‘The Donkey’

Cari Ann DeLamielleure | Special to The Michigan Catholic Detroit — In mid-to late August, Patriot Media, Inc. will release local teacher and author Paul Stuligross’s second novel titled “The Donkey.” Stuligross, a former Novi police officer, began his writing career by self-publishing his first novel, “The Birth of an Angel,” which was written under…

The face of Christ in the ‘Bible belt of New Baltimore’

Catholic artist hopes mural fosters ecumenism, cooperation between denominations New Baltimore — Artist Pio Peter Zammit calls the blocks surrounding St. Mary Queen of Creation Parish the “buckle on the Bible belt of New Baltimore.” In addition to the Catholic parish, Zammit says it’s God’s providence that there are four churches “within 150 feet apart”…