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The Muskegon Deanery comprises 7 of the 85 parishes in the Diocese of Grand Rapids. The diocese is comprised of 11 counties in Western Michigan: Ionia, Kent, Lake, Mason, Mecosta, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Osceola, and Ottawa and covers 6,795 square miles. The total population of the 11-county area is estimated at 1,283,717 (2000 U.S. Census) and the Catholic population at over 178,000.
The Diocese of Grand Rapids will be including at total of 21 parishes to be known as the West Deanery which will include the following Churches along with the 7 in the Muskegon area with Fr. Philip P. Salmonowicz as Dean.Holy Family, SpartaHoly Trinity, Alpine/Comstock ParkOur Lady of the Assumption, RothburySt. James, MontagueSt. Patrick-St. Anthony, Grand HavenSt. Catherine, RavennaSt. Francis Xavier, Conklin
St. Joseph, Wright
St. Mary, Marne
St. Mary, Spring LakeSt. John the Baptist, ClaybanksSt. Michael, BrunswickSt. Michael, Coopersville
If one could see spirits, one would see within the Catholic churches the shades of all who have made Church in Muskegon - Native Americans; French explorers, missioners and fur traders; east coast land agents and homesteaders; lumber barons and merchant mariners, industrialists and professionals, machinists and shopkeepers; French Canadians, Irish, Germans, Poles, Hungarians, African Americans, Hispanics, East Asian refugees; European priests and native Michiganders; charter members and those most recently washed by Easter waters; mobile Americans and those long here.
To learn more about our Diocese of Grand Rapids visit www.dioceseofgrandrapids.org
Click on the link to see the location of all the Catholic Churches in West Deanery area http://dioceseofgrandrapids.org/Documents/Diocesan_Map_DeaneryParishes_2013.pdf
- In honor of Pope Francis, we are offering a 5 week series on Vatican II that will begin Wednesday morning at 10:00 AM and Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM at St. Francis de Sales Shepherd's Hall. Contact Mary Wernet 231-755-1953 ext. 223 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. There is no fee to attend ~ all are welcome.
- Calling all MCC Grandparents! Join us from grandparents/special friends day with Mass & refreshments on Tuesday, April 16 at 9:30 AM in the MCC auditorium for our elementary students K-6 and Wednesday, April 17 at 9:30 AM for Middle & High school students 7-12. Come celebrate with us!
- St. Lazare Retreat House will host "Spirituality of Sports" with speaker Jim Penrice on Tuesday, April at from 7-8 PM. Cost $5. Also, save the date June 20 for our 3rd annual Golf Outing held at Grand Haven Golf Course. Cost $100 per golfer or $350 for foursome. Call St. Lazare to learn more (616)842-3370.
- Polish Style Dinner at KofC (2915 Fairfield) on Saturday, April 20 from 4-7:30 PM. Adults $8, children 12 and under $5. Menu: golbaki, (stuffed cabbage rolls), kielbasa (polish sausage) & sauerkraut, pierogi, mashed potatoes, rye bread, home made dessert and coffee. Public welcome!
- ESL Muskegon (English as a Second Language) is hosting a Taco Dinner on Friday, April 26 at KofC Hall (2915 Fairfield) from 4:30-7:30 PM. Dinner includes authentic mexican food with 3 tacos (soft or hard), rice, beans, dessert and drink. For tickets information call (231)571-7475 or Sue (231) 855-1406. Tickets also available at the door. Proceeds to benefit St. Michael Church for their support to ESL program.
- 30th Rainbow Dinner & Auction on Saturday, April 27. Benefiting MCC Schools. For tickets or RSVP call Mary Jo Nowak (231) 755-1000.
- All are invited to our neophytes (newly received Catholics) for a 3 week journey into listening prayer and worship guided by John Michael Talbot via DVD. "Nothing is Impossible" is a life changing mission of faith, hope and joy. We will meet on Tuesdays, May 9, 23, 30 at Prince of Peace at 6:30 PM. Call Barb Perri (231)744-3321 to RSVP.
- Crafters Wanted! Looking for crafters/vendors to participate in St. Michael Craft Show on October 26. For more information call Mary (231) 788-5290.
- St. Thomas Church offer American Sign Language for all deaf and hearing impaired at 9:00 AM Mass.