Wednesday, 29 January 2014 02:22


This weekend our parish and school of St. Clare of Montefalco started the week of prayer for Catholic schools. This National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. Our Sunday Mass was led by the young singers and in the afternoon we held an Open House in our school Also, other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members are planned this week. Through these events, our school focuses on the value Catholic education provide to young people and its contribution to our church, our community and our nation.


Here are the few photos from our first days. Check us on the web at www.stclarem.org


Friday, 14 June 2013 02:53
Golden Jubilee Congratulations to Sr. Kathy Avery, the principal of St. Clare Catholic School, on the occasion of her 50th anniversary of religious life. Our Sunday, June 9th 11:00 Mass was beautiful, and a great tribute to Sister. It truly was a great Magnificat sung by her religious congregation. God has done great things for our school, our parish, and our communities through the vocation and ministry of St. Kathy. The presence of Bishop F. Reiss and Fr. David Brecht, fromer pastro of St. Calre, Sisters and Associates of Servaites of Mary, former students and children’s choir, and so many people at the Mass added a special flavor to this celebration. Thank you to the many people who contributed their time, talent, and resources to organize the Gala in the parish hall in honor of Sister – especially the School Commission, the PTO, and Knights of Columbus, who made and decorated the spectacular cakes. The celebration of last Sunday was truly a manifestation of God’s love and continued invitation to follow him in the ways of different vocations. Let us continue to pray for vocations from our parish. Sister Kathy – Ad Multos Annos!
Saturday, 11 May 2013 02:56
The Sisters of St Michael the Archangel's (CSSMA) General Chapter which took place in Miejsce Piastowe on 20 February, 2013, elected their new General Council. The current Superior General, Sr Natanaela Bednarczyk was confirmed in her position for a further six years. Also the Chapter elected other members of the General Council: Sr Julia Szteliga, as assistant to the Superior General; Sr Massimiliana Ciepał, Secretary General; Sr Lucia Ozog, confirmed as Economer General; and Sr Leonia Przybyło. 33 Michaelite Sisters were at the Chapter, representing 245 professed Sisters working in 29 in Poland and a further 8 abroad, in Cameroon, Germany, Ukraina, Bielorussia, France and Italy. Congratulations and best wishes to the new memebrs of the General Council.
Friday, 26 April 2013 13:24
On Staurday April 13 over 250 people gathered at St. Clare's parish hall in Grosse Pointe Park MI, USA for tha annual school auction. This year theme was “Heroes Among Us.” Whith delightful time, appetizing food, and exciting betting and a wonderful turnout this Saturday's event was a great success. All proceeds /Sr. Kathy our principal is still counting/ will benefit our St. Clare School programs. One of the Heros was our blessed founder Fr. Bronislaw Markiewicz.


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