Fall Auction Hosts Generous Supporters — stlouiscenter

Through the generosity of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital-Chelsea and the local community, St. Louis Center held its 31st Annual Fall Dinner Auction on Saturday, November 10, 2018. It was a true night of giving, as many special presentations were made to support the children and adults who call St. Louis Center their home. As the […]

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Fr. Leo Learns about Art

Grass Lake– Since Fr. Satheesh has been installed as pastor at a Diocesan parish, Fr. Leo Joseph has been named chaplain of Huron Valley Catholic School in his place. Fr. Leo has quickly found favor with parents and students alike. He can often be seen interacting with the students and helping them with their work. In October the preschoolers were learning about color mixing. Fr. Leo dipped his hand in blue paint and a student in red. They high-fived and then stamped their hands on paper to see the results. Fr. Leo had just as much fun as the children.

Bishop Installs Pastor

The Servants of Charity were honored recently with a request from Very Rev. Bishop Earl Boyea of the Diocese of Lansing, MI to provide the Diocese with one of their priests to assist in dealing with a shortage of priests in the area. As a result, Fr. Satheesh Caniton was chosen to fill that role, and was assigned to Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Michigan Center, MI, about 15 miles southwest of SLC. On Monday, October 22nd Fr. Satheesh was installed in a formal ceremony by Bishop Boyea in which all of the members of the local Servants of Charity Community were present, including Very Rev. Umberto Brugnoni, Superior General, and Bro. Franco Lain, 3rd General Councillor from Rome. The Mass and installation ceremonies were beautiful to behold, and a large number of parishioners from Fatima Parish along with many Guanellian Cooperators from the area were present to wish Fr. Satheesh well. Before leaving Michigan, Fr. Umberto also appointed Fr. Satheesh as the new Superior of the Michigan SdC Community.

Superior General Visits Michigan

CHELSEA – The Servants of Charity Community in Michigan was honored to host our Superior General, Very Rev. Umberto Brugnoni and his assistant Bro. Franco Lain, for a five-day visit from Friday, October 19th through Wednesday, October 24th. The purpose of the visit was to provide the new leader of the Servants of Charity with an opportunity to visit St. Louis Center in Chelsea and the Pious Union of St. Joseph in Grass Lake, and to assess the operations of each program and visit their new facilities. Fr. Umberto and Bro. Franco were relaxed and comfortable during their stay, and enjoyed the opportunity to visit their confreres in the United States.

Director of Michigan DHHS Visits — stlouiscenter

On October 5, 2018, St. Louis Center was honored to host Director Nick Lyon, the Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, (MDHHS). He was accompanied by his Senior Deputy Directors, Farah A. Hanley and Dr. Herman McCall. Also in attendance were Janet Snyder and Kadi Prout, representing the Michigan Federation for […]

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A New Beginning in Chelsea MI

Stephon Gohler, a St. Louis Center resident, graduated from the Washtenaw Intermediate School District Young Adult Program on Wednesday, June 6th. He was a favorite among his peers and was chosen to give the introduction to the media presentation “The Class of 2018.” Stephon was also given the “Martin Gersh Student Recognition Award,” chosen by […]

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Food, Fitness, Fun

Chelsea – To kick off the Holiday season Caitlin Blomquist, Fitness Specialist, planned for the SLC residents to participate in the Nite Lites 5k Run. The fitness event was held at Michigan International Speedway on Wednesday, November 22nd concurrently with the grand opening of the Holiday Light display. Participants in the 5k Run/Walk were routed […]

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A Celebration of Saints

E. Providence – Each year the students of Sacred Heart School celebrate All Saints’ Day November 1st by dressing as a saint. The entire school attends Mass which is followed by a parade of the Saints. The main purpose for this activity is to help the students learn about the lives of the saints, the Church Triumphant, and the contributions that they made to the Kingdom of God on earth. The parents get involved too, because they are helping to create the costumes, therefore the Annual All Saints’ Parade is an event to enrich the lives of the extended Sacred Heart School Community.

Guanellian Laity Supports St. Louis Center

Chelsea – St. Joseph Mercy Hospital-Chelsea was the place to be on the evening of Saturday, November 11, 2017, as the 30th Annual St. Louis Center Fall Dinner Auction was held once again in the hospital’s dining room. Initiated in 1987, the event was meant to generate support in the community for St. Louis Center. […]

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Upcoming Jubilee Celebration

Celebrating fifty years in the priesthood is a huge milestone for anyone who has dedicated a lifetime of service to others through his faith. But two priests celebrating 50 years together from the same ordination class in Chiavenna, Italy would be even more remarkable. On Saturday, December 16, 2017, Fr. Joseph Rinaldo and Fr. Fortunato […]

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