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Companions of the Cross

“Doing little things with great love.”
Meet Fr. David Bergeron, CC here!

 
Fr. Galen Bank, CC, Assistant General Superior, bestows the stole upon Deacon Alex Coautti, CC, on Sept. 15 at St. Scholastica P

Living in companionship with Christ

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September 21, 2017

Detroit — Windsor natives Raymond Colautti and his wife, Charlotte, were attending Mass at St. Scholastica Parish on Detroit’s west side years ago,...

 
Fr. Bryan Sabourin Portrait

Choosing to Forgive

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"Every time we turn to God and sincerely repent, and ask His forgiveness, He freely gives it."

 
Diaconate Ordination of Alex Colautti (Sept. 15 2017)

Diaconate Ordination of Alex Colautti

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Deacon Alex Colautti, CC, made his lifetime promises to the Companions of the Cross on September 14, 2017 (CC feast day - the Triumph of the Cross).

He was ordained to...

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Joy in Serving

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Joy in serving.

 
Fr. Bob Bedard Journalling

The Cause of Unity

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We live in a divided Church. Not only are there hundreds of different Christian denominations, there are serious divisions within our own Church.

 
Fr. Francis Ching Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Doesn’t transformed wine become non-wine oriented?

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Yet they are truly and substantially Christ’s Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity.

 
Fr. Francis Ching Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Can I attend a Protestant Church to fulfill the obligation of worshipping on Sunday if there is no any Catholic Churches nearby?

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A Catholic must pay due diligence to explore possibilities where he or she may attend mass.

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Beautiful Things Happen

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All you have to be is sincere. The Lord doesn't turn anyone away. 

 
Seminarians praying

Alex and the Brotherhood

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I was looking for a picture of Alex this morning to pay tribute to the day. There are a lot of great pictures of Alex. However, I thought this was the most appropriate.