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Desert Formation Experience

Watch the video of this year’s pilgrimage to the Holy Land.

Deacon Ralph Poyo Speaking at Sacred Heart on April 7

Deacon Ralph Poyo, founder of New Evangelization ministries, will be the speaker for the second installment of Sacred Heart’s lay ecclesial ministry speaker series, “In the Heart of the Church.”  

Deacon Poyo will offer an interactive workshop on practical methods for revealing the saving power of God to those who have no time for Jesus.  Participants can expect to gain:

A clear understanding of the demonic tactics that try to prevent us from succeeding as effective evangelists. 

A clear understanding of the process of evangelization.

Permanent Deacon Candidates Receive Academic Formation at Sacred Heart

Each year in October, Archbishop Vigneron or one of our auxiliary bishops ordains permanent deacons for the Archdiocese of Detroit.  Deacons David Drysdale, John Fitzmaurice, Tom Leonard, and Philip McCown were ordained in October 2015 and are currently serving in the parishes where they have been assigned: St. Joseph Parish-Trenton, St. Mary Parish-St. Clair, St. Kateri Tekakwitha-Dearborn, and St. Mark-Warren respectively.

Coffee for Commuters

Have a few minutes before class? Need a pick-me-up during a much-needed break from that 6:30 pm class?

Stop by and grab a coffee in the Commuter Lounge. In response to your recommendations, the Institute for Ministry has purchased a Keurig coffee maker for the lounge. Coffee pods are available for 50 cents.

Seventh Annual Dinner for Life

Please join the seminarians at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in support of the pro-life movement.

Archdiocese of Detroit to Utilize Certificate in Catholic Theology for Certification

The Archdiocese of Detroit (AOD) recently adopted Sacred Heart’s Certificate in Catholic Theology (CCT) for the theological formation component of lay ecclesial ministry certification.  The 13-credit certificate, which consists of six introductory theology courses, is combined with ministerial formation modules and an internship to comprise the complete certification program.

Commuter Student Council: The Voice of Sacred Heart Commuter Students

What?

The Commuter Student Council is an advocacy group for the commuter student population. It strives to be a voice and representative of the commuter student population, reflecting their thoughts, opinions, and interests regarding formation at Sacred Heart Major Seminary.

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