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1055 North Silvery laNe • DearborN, Mi 48128 • (313) 277-3110 • Fax (313) 277-3211 •

Pastor Rev. James Bilot

associate Pastor Rev. Matthew Hood

in residence Rev. Thomas Urban

transitional deacon Rev. Mr. Matt Wagner

Mass schedule Weekday: 6:30 and 8:30 AM Saturday: 8:30 AM Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:30 PM Sunday: 8:00, 10:00 AM and 12:30 PM Holy Day: 6:30, 8:30 AM and 7:00 PM

reconciliation schedule



MARCH 17, 2019

Saturday: 3:00-3:45 PM and after the 4:30 PM Mass until all are heard

rectory office hours 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Mon-Wed 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thurs & Fri Closed for lunch from 12 - 1 PM

PARISH MISSION STATEMENT The Church is the work of God initiated by Christ and held together by the Holy Spirit. Divine Child is a Catholic Parish entrusted with the responsibility of bringing people to the Lord and answering the call to holiness.

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Mass Intentions

EMHC/Reader Schedule

SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2019 (Second Sunday of Lent) 8:00am People of the Divine Child Parish 8:00pm Night Prayer MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2019 6:30am Walter Kuspa, by Sister 8:30am Joseph A. Stachnik, by Wife, Jeanette TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019 (St. Joseph, Spouse of the Virgin Mary) 6:30am John Wilson, by Freda Bova & Family 8:30am Joseph Bova, by Michael & Linda Magnone WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019 6:30am Louise Pellegrini, by Frank & Geri Neal 8:30am Dorothy Young, by The Lucas Family THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019 6:30am Peter & Louise Urban, by Family 8:30am William Urban, by DC Altar Care Ladies FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2019 6:30am Gabby Keeley, by The Furr Family 8:30am Carl Birch, by Family 7:00pm Stations of the Cross SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2019 8:30am Joseph Marciniak, by Family 4:30pm Vocations to the Priesthood SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2019 (Third Sunday of Lent) 10:00am People of the Divine Child Parish 1:45pm Baptisms 8:00pm Night Prayer

Saturday, March 23 4:30pm B. Singer, L. Singer, F. Bova, M. LeFevre, A. Ketten, M. McCoy, K. Matusz, T. Murray Readers: K. Golombek & M. Lemire

MASSES TO THE MISSIONS Mar 17: (Spec. Int.) Julee Berger, by Mindy Mar 17: Lorenzo & Domenica Zanotti, by Graziano Canini Mar 18: Linda Augustine, by Sister, Lori Varlesi Mar 18: Lorenzo & Domenica Zanotti, by Graziano Canini Mar 19: Fr. Ron Cyprys, by The DeWitts Mar 19: (Spec. Int.) Fr. Robert Johnson, by Parishioners for Priests Mar 19: (Spec. Int.) Susan Rockey, by Mindy Mar 20: (Spec. Int.) Zaid Chabaan, by Parishioners for Priests Mar 20: (Spec. Int.) Msgr. Todd Lajiness, by Parishioners for Priests Mar 20: Lorenzo & Domenica Zanotti, by Graziano Canini Mar 21: Indira Gadgil, by Gary & Linda Nieckarz Mar 21: Lorenzo & Domenica Zanotti, by Graziano Canini Mar 22: Ronald Jerdee, by Gary & Linda Nieckarz Mar 23: John Plawecki, by Christine Plawecki Mar 23: Lorenzo & Domenica Zanotti, by Graziano Canini

Please Pray For Our Sick Son-in-law of William & Mary Griffore Brian Currie Rest in Peace Sister-in-law of Virginia May Jerome Kuczajda Baptisms - Sunday, March 10 Escher Linda Fiema Daughter of Justin & Brittany (Notor) Fiema Eliza Eileen Meier Daughter of Steven & Vanessa (Fayz) Meier Jack Michael Plut Son of Thomas & Julie (Masserant) Plut Baptism Class Notice:

There will be no Baptism Classes in April. The class has been moved to March 25. If you have any questions, please call the Rectory Office.

Sunday, March 24 8:00am J. Lesinski, M. Liniger, E. Miazgowicz, K. Miazgowicz, S. Gibb, D. Dean, J. Pierce, D. Gruska Readers: J. Szpytman & J. Vihtelic 10:00am C. Buchanan, P. Szpytman, J. Szpytman, B. Kramer, C. Akright, S. Stawarz, M. Stawarz, L. Schumaker Readers: N. Bialy & M. Szalay 12:30pm E. Walker, C. Ballnik, A. Bailon, M. Garcia, M. Manchell, M. O’Brien, L. O’Brien, S. Camardo Readers: M. Manchell & J. Piszker

Altar Server Schedule Monday, March 18 - 8:30am L. Miramontes & J. Moore Tuesday, March 19 - 8:30am M. Van Antwerp & T. Ceccarelli Wednesday, March 20 - 8:30am B. Corak & M. Keyser Thursday, March 21 - 8:30am J. Dickens & R. Paolini Friday, March 22 - 8:30am A. Toloday & M. Van Antwerp Stations of the Cross -7:00pm J. Diez, A. Lakey, A. Senerpida Saturday, March 23 8:30am L. Celani & P. Celani 4:30pm E. McCormick, C. Soraghan, S. Succurro, S. O’Donnell Sunday, March 24 8:00 am R. Paolini, V. Paolini, C. Scalf, W. Lentz 10:00 am E. Gawlik, L. Giroux, A. Haas, M. Moore 12:30 pm J. Oleski, L. Oleski, A. Senerpida, A. Sulak Please remember to get a sub if you are not able to serve your assigned Mass. Thank you!

Devotions at Divine Child Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena Tuesdays at 7pm in the church. Please join us as we pray for Mary’s intercession. It takes about 20-30 minutes for this beautiful devotion. Spanish Prayer Group Every Wednesday at 6pm in the Divine Child Elementary School Library. Contact Maria at 313-2291058 if you are interested. Weekly Holy Hour of Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Every Friday at 3pm in the Adoration Chapel. Contact Tim at 313-363-7124 or email Please join us! Our Lady of Fatima Pilgrim Statue Our Lady of Fatima Pilgrim Statue has been in the parish since the 1970s. If you would like to request a visit from the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, please contact Laurie Lundblad at 313-320-3127 or


Please visit our Lord in the Adoration Chapel! It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or come to Tuesday Exposition in the church from 9am to 7pm. For inquiries or to sign up for a time slot, please call 313-277-3110. JESUS IS WAITING FOR YOU!

PRAISE & WORSHIP AND INTERCESSORY PRAYER Tuesdays, 7:30pm - 8:30pm in the Church, following Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena You are invited to Praise and Worship and Intercessory Prayer with our Prayer Team. Experience the power of the Holy Spirit through this vital form of prayer. What is intercession? Most simply put, it is praying for others. Please pray about joining this wonderful ministry or just come try it out on a Tuesday evening. Most intercessors experience great joy, peace and intimacy with the Lord.

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Things Above from from Fr. Bilot Things Above Fr. Bilot

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Blessings Blessings of St. Patrick, of St. Patrick, Fr. Jim Bilot Fr. Jim Bilot

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Churchof ofthe the Divine Divine Child, Child, Dearborn, Church Dearborn,Michigan Michigan Weekly Gospel Reflections Group!

A beautiful evening of Praise and Worship was held on Thursday, March 7. Music, Adoration and a reflection session was given by Fr. Matt on conversion and Confession. A big thank you goes out to the high school students, who organized the entire event. More events will be scheduled. Please stay tuned!

A Faith Sharing Time.


Divine Child Parish, in the Gathering Space in the front entrance of the Church.


Thursday mornings after the 8:30 A.M. Mass.

What time? How Long?

9:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. for about 1 hour of your time!

What do you do and what is expected of me?

Please join us to read the Gospel for the upcoming Sunday Mass, followed by a Film presentation of a program “Opening the Word” offered by After the Film presentation, the Group will open to a discussion of the Gospel reading by answering questions from a Handout provided by “Opening the Word.” The Group Participants may choose to ACTIVELY participate in the discussion, PASSIVELY gather information and POSITIVELY strengthen their personal understanding of the Scriptures in a Safe, Friendly and Faith Based setting! Further Questions?? Please email Tess Noonan at

Next Homebound Training Session:

Wednesday, March 27 6:45pm in the Rectory Office Please call the Rectory to register at 313-2773110. There will not be another training session until the fall.

Christian Service Opportunities at St. Pat's Senior Center Saturday, March 30th (9:00 AM to 2:00 PM): Cook, ser ve and clean up a meal for approximately 70 seniors. Saturday, June 22nd (9:00 AM to 2:00 PM): Pr epar e food and supplies for the St. Pat's Festival. If interested and available, please contact Marylou Jansen at 313-300-1247 or email

RECYCLING NOTICE: Please DO NOT use the blue recycling dumpsters. We pay to have this service on campus for our schools and parish. Unfortunately, we do not receive any kind of rebate for using these recycling bins. Thank you for your cooperation.

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What is Lent? A Season of Grace.

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, the 40 days of preparation for the Easter season, when Catholics are called to deepen their spiritual lives through the practices of

P r a y e r, F a s ti n g & A l m sg iv i n g .

Challenge yourself this year, and go beyond the usual practice of "giving up" something. Now is a great time to take stock of your spiritual life and to grow in it. PRAYER   

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Night Prayer 8:00pm - Every Sunday during Lent Stations of the Cross 7:00pm - Every Friday during Lent Confessions: Saturdays 3pm - 3:45pm & 5:30pm until all are heard Tuesday, March 19, 26 and April 2 & 9: 6:30pm - 6:55pm Monday, April 15 - 11:30am - Noon and 7pm until all are heard Eucharistic Adoration - Every Tuesday 9:00am - 7:00pm in the Church Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena - Every Tuesday 7:00pm in the church Weekday Masses: 6:30am or 8:30am Read Scripture or the readings of the day at


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Every person 14 years of age or older must abstain from meat (and items made with meat) on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and every Friday during Lent. Every person between the age of 18 and 59 (beginning of 60th year) must fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. When fasting, a person is permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal, according to Canon law & the U.S. Bishops. Fast from gossip, criticism or insensitive, cruel comments towards others. Unplug electronics for 20 minutes every day and spend time in silent prayer. Give up a habit that keeps you from being whom God is calling you to be. Join us for our Lenten Fish Dinners on Fridays from 4pm-7pm in the High School Cafeteria. ALMSGIVING

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Donate to Divine Child’s annual Catholic Services Appeal (CSA) collection. Volunteer your time at a local soup kitchen or other charitable organization. Give to the St. Vincent de Paul Poor Box located on the back wall of the church.

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Candidate David Conn: I was r aised in the Fir st Congr egational Chur ch and was an active member until I was a young adult. However, during my college years I drifted away from going. After my graduation, I began attending various churches but never felt comfortable in any one that I would visit. I have relatives that are members of the Catholic Church, including my grandparents, wife and son. I have always had an interest in the Catholic Church and its teachings, but unfortunately never pursued my interest. Then four years ago, my two daughters went through the RCIA program and were confirmed at Divine Child. This reignited my desire to join my family’s religion and I finally decided to explore the Catholic religion further. Going through the RCIA program is such an incredible journey and I have learned so much about the Catholic Church. Learning about the covenants, beginning with the creation through the birth of Christ and the various sacraments has been very meaningful for me. I feel so blessed that God has called me to Him and His beloved son Jesus Christ. Through God’s Divine blessing, I will complete the RCIA program and will be confirmed in the Catholic Church of The Divine Child during the most Holy Week of Easter. Thanks be to God for this wonderful gift.

David Conn and Danielle Dombrowski

David’s Sponsor, Danielle Dombrowski: When my Dad asked me to be his sponsor , I was tr uly honor ed. Having went thr ough the RCIA process myself as an adult; I know how critical this role is to his journey. Being a sponsor has been such a rewarding experience for me, one for which I am so thankful. It has allowed me to share in my Dad’s preparations as he learns the principles, rituals and foundations of the Catholic Church, his joy as he develops a deeper relationship with God and in his fulfillment as he grows in his faith. It has also blessed me with the opportunity to support and guide him, as he has always done for me!

Gary, Ashley, Colton & Blake Rule

Meet Catechumens Gary and Ashley Rule: Born and raised in Dearborn, Gary and I were childhood friends who fell in love and married in 2009. Growing up, I was raised in a faithful home, and regularly attended services at my grandparent’s church. Gary would also attend services with his sister as a child. Today, we both agree that there is something physically different about being in a Catholic Church than any other church we had been in – warmth, comfort and a feeling of peace. After having our children, Colton and Blake, Gary and I felt strongly that God was inviting us to become a Catholic family. It truly was a physical feeling in my heart – and while it’s hard to explain – I know that with my entire being what God was asking of our family. Divine Child’s R.C.I.A program has been such an incredible experience for Gary and I (and my mother Lisa, who is participating as a Candidate), and we look forward to April when we are fully received into the Catholic Church. We also feel extremely blessed (and excited) that our son Colton was accepted into Divine Child Elementary as a Kindergartner this fall. –Go Falcons!!

Ashley’s Sponsor, Kathleen Blaha (Brooks ‘01) It’s amazing how God works! When I was asked to become Ashley’s sponsor I felt called by the Holy Spirit to support her in any way possible. It’s been a pleasure getting to know Ashley & her family and watching their faith grow. It’s an honor and humbling experience, to witness an adult choosing and preparing to enter into the Catholic faith. I’m so glad our paths have crossed, and we can walk together on this journey. I look forward to the Easter Vigil when we will rejoice together and welcome Ashley and her family into our faith community. Kathleen, Sophia & Andy Blaha Meet Candidate Jose Casillas: Gr owing up I was r aised Catholic and family was involved in the chur ch. As a young man my gr andma was the most active and made sure that we went to church. As a teen I started to lose my way and my Catholic faith and was heading on a bad path. I was in such a bad place that I just forgot that God was there for me. It’s funny how the Lord works in mysterious ways. My young friend Roel approached me and asked me to be his sponsor and of course I told him, yes. Then I thought to myself, I haven’t received my First Holy Communion or Confirmation. In order to make that young man proud, I started thinking about my faith again, and searching for places that would accept me to finish my sacraments. Out of all the places that I contacted Divine Child was the only parish that accepted me on short notice. The first day that I attended my RCIA class I did not know what to expect. Of course, you feel nervous like your first day of school, but I can say that everybody was very welcoming and supportive. I can truly say that attending RCIA has changed my life for the better. Even though my journey has just begun, I know God is there with me every step of the way. Jodi Ann, I’m very thankful for the opportunity you gave me to build my faith and become stronger with God, and embrace my Catholic faith. Meet Candidate Amy Christner: I gr ew up in the Luther an Chur ch and my husband gr ew up in the Catholic Chur ch. I have been attending the Catholic Church for many years now and would like to participate fully in the Mass. Having raised our daughter in the Catholic Church, I thought I knew a lot about the Catholic religion. I have learned even more through the RCIA program. This experience has been very uplifting and has strengthened my relationship with Jesus. I am very thankful to the Church of Divine Child for the opportunity. Amy’s sponsor Sara King: I've known Amy for many year s and have enjoyed building our fr iendship. We have suppor ted each other through lots of life's ups and downs. Amy has always inspired me to be a better, more faithful person. I'm truly blessed that she asked me to be her sponsor through her RCIA journey. Supporting Amy's growth in her faith has not only deepened both of our relationships with God but also our friendship. I'm so proud of her.

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Divine Child H.S.

Please join us for our next

ROSARY RALLY for Traditional Marriage Saturday, March 23 12:00 noon Divine Child Marian Shrine

FISH DINNERS Fridays 4-7pm March 22, 29, April 5 &12 BAKED & FRIED FISH

(in front of the high school) Please join us as we all come together and pray the Rosary in public to honor Mary, our Blessed Mother. Rain or shine! If you have questions, please contact Virginia May at 734-748-4442 or Linda Wielkopolan at 313-563-2427.

Winter Rosary Rallies will be held based on weather conditions for that day. If the roads are too bad to travel, the rally will be cancelled. If the weather is questionable, please call Virginia or Linda for verification.

Upcoming Rosary Rallies: April 13, May 11, June 15, July 13 and August 10

Baked & Fried Potatoes Cole Slaw, Salad or Apple Sauce Cheese Pizza, Mac & Cheese available for the kids. DESSERTS AVAILABLE Coffee –Hot Tea included: Soda and Drinks extra $1.00 Coke Products, Lemonade, Ice Tea.

$8.75 ADULTS, $10.75 for Fresh Salmon $7.75 SENIORS, $9.75 for Fresh Salmon $5.00, 5-12yrs old Child’s Portion Under 5 free Extra Piece: Fried $1.50 Extra Piece Baked $5.00 DIVINE CHILD HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA

Job Networking Group Are you an individual looking for a job or exploring opportunities? Are you unsure of how to start? Do you need help writing your

résumé? Let us help you! If you are a potential employer or a person looking for employment, please email any questions or requests for information to or call Bob Jensen at 313-600-7609. Group meetings are on Wednesdays from 7pm - 9pm in the High School All-Purpose Room. UPCOMING MEETING DATES: Mar ch 20; Apr il 3; May 1, 15 & 29; J une 12 & 26 St. Vincent de Paul

Chasing Happiness During Lent A keynote speaker, professor Catherine A. Sanderson of University of Amherst, explained there are 10 ways to increase your everyday happiness, based on her book Science of Happiness. I have expanded her “points” to relevant, effective behavior in Lent to become happier, in the long-run, with God. It’s the journey that is the prized possession. You absolutely need a significant journey in order to get the ticket to Heaven. Make little changes in daily routine, such as getting mor e sleep, exercising while listening to Pandora’s free spiritual music, getting out into nature and truly listening to our “friends” in the forest and adding short bursts of devotional time for prayer. Read more books. If r eading isn’t your thing, expand and challenge your mind, i.e. theology or catholic-based recordings… getting wired in with free “Libby” at the Library which has new audible books Lifelong learners remain healthy and experience longevity. Besides, books engage you and make you happy. Find your right fit or match, both personally and professionally. If you love what you do and who you are with, this will create happiness. With professional happiness, comes success, and the subsequent ability to share your blessings with the needy. Be grateful. Keep a daily “gr atitude jour nal.” W rite during that quiet, meditative prayer time. Reference the “ little black book.” Turn back pages in your journal and reflect on your earlier writings. Be grateful for Lent since fasting is making you a “healthier you.”

Smile more –even if you don’t feel like it. This tricks your brain and you escape a dreary mood of unhappiness. God wants everyone to feel joy. Relish simple, everyday moments. Appr eciate life’s small “wonder” moments, such as a sunny day, the swollen buds on trees, shrubs, and perennials, the song of birds. These “free” moments teach us to be grateful, especially during moments of unrest or angst. Perform random acts of kindness. Go out and do something to feed your soul. Take a friend to Adoration, make a pot of soup and share it, skip those fancy lattes and take your newfound cash to a collection box that serves the needy (almsgiving). Kindness will revolve back to you; this is part of God’s plan for you. Spend money on experiences versus things…studies confir m that “experiences” lead to greater happiness and create a “happiness residue” and our perceptions of them get better over time. V isit different churches for Mass, attend a retreat, go to a concert, sign up for a “faith-based” trip. Avoid comparisons. When you compar e, you despair . Things ar e messier than you think. Acceptance is ultimately a desired behavior that God teaches us. Build and maintain close relationships. Value ever yone in your “circle of trust.” Let in new friendships. Let go of ones with discord. Build people up, and never resort to tearing them down. Remember, it’s the simple things that matter most. Direct your own happiness this Lent. It’s a good thing. ~~Mindy Delano

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Divine Child High School Presents…...

Travel with Fr. Jim Bilot, and parishioners from other Catholic parishes, to the Grand Hotel! Since 1887, the Grand Hotel beckons guests to a bygone era of oldworld hospitality and charm. Incredible group price offered for this all-inclusive excursion. Highest category of rooms reserved especially for our group.

September 10 -13, 2019 $890.00 per person (dbl. occ.)

Highlights:  3 nights accommodation at the Grand Hotel  All transportation needs to/from/on the Island  Full breakfast & Five-Course Dinner daily at the Grand  Complimentary private Cocktail Hour on the East Front Porch  Mass at Indian River’s Cross in the Woods and at the Hotel Full brochure in parish office or in back of Church. Limited space...don’t wait to sign up! Questions (Fr. Tim Birney): or 313-381-5601, ext.1048.

FORMED - Pick of the Week: March 17 - St. Patrick’s Day March 19 - Solemnity of St. Joseph Study: Disciple: Important Message for Dads Watch: Patrick, Brave Shepherd of the Emerald Isle and/or Joseph of Nazareth Listen: St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church Read: Be A Man! and/or The School of Nazareth: A Spiritual Journey with St. Joseph Registration is Free to all Divine Child Parishioners! Enjoy so many Catholic movies, books, podcasts and much more. Visit to register for free!

The ultimate show-biz Musical! March 29 & 30 and April 5 & 6 at 7:30pm March 31 & April 7 at 2:30pm $12 Adults $10 Students & Senior Citizens (55+) Tickets may be purchased online at or at the door. Divine Child High School Auditorium The new field house received a splash of colorful lockers and the walls have been painted.

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DC Men’s Retreat SAVE THE DATE! March 22-24, 2019 How about taking a short, wellneeded weekend retreat away from your sometimes crazy and stressful life? Relax and form a closer spiritual relationship with Jesus by joining fellow Divine Child men and others for a two-night stay (in your own room) at this year’s Divine Child Men’s Retreat at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat & Conference Center (on Schoolcraft Road just east of Telegraph Road). All men, young, old, and in-between, are welcome to attend. The DC Men’s Retreat starts with registration from 4:30PM to 6:30PM on Friday, March 22, and concludes after the Sunday morning Mass on March 24, 2019. Preregistration is required, along with a $30 deposit; this confirms your reservation at the retreat. Last year’s retreat was at full capacity; walk-in registrations may not be available. Please register by contacting St. Paul of the Cross at 313-535-9563 or register online at https:// (under “Retreats”). St. Paul of the Cross Passionist Retreat & Conference Center 23333 Schoolcraft Detroit, MI 48223


Sunday, April 7th 12:30 pm Mass

Church of the Divine Child

This joy-filled Mass is intended to be an opportunity to re-engage and discover a new relationship with one’s faith. As we know, everyone is always welcome to attend and participate at EVERY Mass. This Mass is all about community and praying together for the needs of caregivers and the people they care for. People with special needs are invited to perform the functions of the Mass in as many roles as possible.

For further information on the men’s retreat, please feel free to call Jim Dominiak at 313-402-4230.

Welcome to the new Divine Child

Greeters Ministry!

“Welcome one another, then, as Christ welcomed you, for the glory of God” Romans 15:7

Our goal is to provide each person who enters and leaves the Church to experience a warm Christ-like welcome and fond farewell.

Pl e a s e j oi n ou r mi n i s t r y ! If interested in serving this new ministry, contact Jacquie Ferracciolo at or 734-765-0774.

If you have special needs and cannot ordinarily attend Mass, or, if you would like to bring a relative or friend with special needs to this Mass, please know that you are invited and encouraged to join! Please let the parish office or Bishop Foley Knights of Columbus council know of any special needs you or your guest may have to ensure participation as fully as possible in the Mass and any related activities. Also, please advise the parish office of any special talents or interests you or your companion may have, such as singing in the choir or serving as a reader, altar server or Eucharistic minister. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS TO FOLLOW Sponsored by: BISHOP FOLEY COUNCIL 2660 & DIVINE CHILD PARISH CONTACT: Church of the Divine Child 313-277-3110 or Bishop Foley KofC 313-212-1835

Churchofofthe theDivine Divine Child, Child, Dearborn, Church Dearborn,Michigan Michigan Dearborn Sausage and Ham Fundraiser

Order your Easter ham, kielbasa, or any Dearborn Brand product! Help Support the Divine Child High School Class of 2019! Orders accepted through Monday, March 11- April 5, 2019. Place your order online at or return the order form and check to Divine Child Rectory Office or Divine Child High School Office in envelope marked “Dearborn Ham Order.” All ORDERS MUST BE PREPAID Order pickup: Tuesday, April 16, 2019 in DC High School Cafeteria between 1pm - 6pm.






Half Spiral Sliced Torched Glazed Ham (avg. 8 lbs.)



Whole Spiral Sliced Torched Glazed Ham (avg. 14 lbs.)



Half Spiral Sliced Ham with Glaze Pack (avg. 8 lbs.)



Whole Spiral Sliced Ham with Glaze Pack (avg. 14 lbs.)



Whole Classic Trim Ham Semi-Boneless (avg. 14 lbs.)



Half Classic Trim Ham Semi-Boneless (avg. 8 lbs.)



Hunters Sausage HOT (5 lb. package)



Hunters Sausage MILD (5 lb. package)



Smoked Kielbasa (5 lb. package)



Fresh Kielbasa (5 lb. package)



Spiral Sliced Breast of Turkey (avg. 4.5 lbs.)



Beef Skinless Franks (5 lb. package)



Skinless Franks (5 lb. package)



Natural Casing Franks (3 lb. package)



Mini-Sticks MILD (8-7 oz. pkg.)



Mini-Sticks HOT (8-7 oz. pkg.)



Mini-Sticks TERIYAKI (8-7 oz. pkg.)



Mini-Sticks GARLIC (8-7 oz. pkg.)



1904 Brand Hot Dogs (3 lb. package)



Steakhouse Strips from Angus (8-3 oz. pkg.)



Sweet Bar-B-Q Beef Brisket (8-3 oz. pkg.)



Hot Hunters Mini Bites (8-3oz. pkg.)



Mild Hunters Mini Bites (8-3oz. pkg.)



Honey Cured Thick Sliced Bacon 1.5 lb.


Applewood Thick Sliced Bacon 1.5 lb.


$8.00 $8.00

Total____________________ Paid by_____________ Please make checks payable to “DIVINE CHILD” Name: Address: City, State, ZIP: Email:


All proceeds support Divine Child HS Class of 2019 Senior year activities. If there are any questions, please call: Sharon Selewski 313-613-4074

Thank you for your support!

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High School Ash Wednesday Mass with Bishop Battersby

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Foley’s Forum Bishop Foley Council 2660 serving Dearborn since 1927

WHAT IS A MAN?...ASK A KNIGHT! Last Saturday, thirty men attended the 8:30 morning Mass and then retreated to the APR in the High School for a spiritual reflection from our pastor and Foley Chaplain Fr. Jim. The men enjoyed a light breakfast and coffee and then Fr. Jim extolled upon us our roles as men. In case you missed it, here is what you missed! With today’s societal pressures, men are finding it difficult to understand what “today’s man” is supposed to be. Who are we as men; and more importantly, who are we as CATHOLIC men? Father Jim encouraged us men to look to St. Joseph as a model. We can learn a lot from one of the most important persons in the Gospels whose words are never recorded. St. Joseph is the foster-father of Jesus and chaste spouse of our Blessed Mother. As men, as husbands, as fathers, when we look to Joseph we can empathize, but never fully comprehend his trials. He is betrothed to a woman who becomes pregnant; what social and personal stigma must he have had to deal with? He is visited by angels on numerous occasions and always obeys their directions. His task is to protect God and the God-bearer, not an easy job when the king is set on killing your child! Two thousand years ago culture and society had its pressures just as it has its grip on men today. St. Joseph listened to his faith, to God and to His angels and did not give in to the pressures of the culture. Fr. Jim spoke of five characteristics of the man St. Joseph embodied. As men, as husbands, as fathers, we can all try to mirror them. Protector: man is called to pr otect. Pr otect his family of cour se, but also protect the gifts God has given him. These gifts should be secured to be used for the glory and honor of God and not to advance the decline and degradation of our society. Provider: more than just a provider of material needs, but the one who contributes to the spiritual nourishment of our loved ones and those around us. Studies show that 67-75% of children who see their fathers go to Mass and pray are more likely to attend church as an adult. Isn’t that an important tradition we should pass on to our children? Chaste Love: although we want to think only of chastity and celibacy, it is much more. Chaste love is a deep commitment to ones calling, whether it is in marriage, priest or religious life or as a single person. It is being in tune with the covenant that God calls us to be in. Obedience: one of the hardest virtues of manhood. It is so easy for a man to want only to be obedient to himself, yet it is humility that allows us to become obedient to God our Father! Man of Action: we ar e called as men to be a “doer of the Wor d”; that is, to go out and live the Gospel of Jesus, to preach by actions while not having to say a word.

WHEN: SUNDAY, MARCH 31 WHERE: Church of the Divine Child by St. Joseph Altar TIME: 11:30am (stay after 10am Mass or come early to 12:30pm Mass)

Some of the Knights who attended the Reflection, with a photo bomb from John Orischak.

Fr. Jim left us all feeling inspired to be the men God wants us to be. It is our brotherhood as Knights of Columbus that will help us to be that Simon of Cyrene, who helped Jesus on that via Delarosa; and be the man that is there for his brother to help make him a better man, a better husband, a better father and a better Catholic. Together we can be that man. Is that man you? If you have been thinking about joining Foley Council, call Steve Lentz our Foley Membership Director at 313-9495162. We are hoping to have another Major Degree in late Spring. Remember, you must be at least a 1st Degree member to attend meetings.

Foley Chaplain Fr. Jim, addressing the men at the Foley Spiritual Reflection.

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PLEASE PRAY FOROUR OUR LOVED LOVED ONES IN IN THE MILITARY PLEASE PRAY FOR ONES THE MILITARY “Heavenly Father, protectFather, these members of ourmembers Armed Forces. Be theirForces. constant companion “Heavenly protect these of our Armed Be their constant andrefuge their strength in battle, Guide their refuge every and their strengthcompanion in battle, their in every adversity. them, in Lord, so adversity. that they maysoreturn homemay safely.” Guide them, Lord, that they returnAmen. home safely.” Amen.

MA3 Sean Abraham Airman 1st Class Brittany Mack MA3 Sean Sean Abraham Abraham Airman MA3 Airman 1st 1st Class Class Brittany Brittany Mack Mack PFC Keith Bizek Major Matthew J. Malinowski PFC Keith Bizek Major PFC Keith Bizek Major Matthew Matthew J. J. Malinowski Malinowski LCpl Luke Boudreau, USMC Cpt. Christian Minnick LCpl Luke Luke Boudreau, Boudreau, USMC USMC Cpt. Christian Minnick LCpl Cpt. Christian Minnick Staff David Brash Staff SgtSgt David Brash Sergeant Christopher W. Owen Staff Sergeant Christopher W. Staff Sgt David Brash StaffStaff Sergeant Christopher W. Owen Owen PVTPVT Nick Calvas, Army Nick Calvas, Army Lt Catherine (Walker) Lt (Walker) Paris PVT Nick Calvas, Army Lt Catherine Catherine (Walker) ParisParis SPC Alexander Collins SPC Alexander Collins Lt Paris SPC Alexander Collins Lt Casey Lt Casey Casey ParisParis PFC Connor Danaher, USMC BM2 Claudio D. PFC Connor Danaher, USMC PFC Connor Danaher, USMC Claudio D. Polo BM2BM2 Claudio D. Polo Polo PVTPVT Michael Dawson BM1 Samantha Polo PVT Michael Dawson Michael Dawson BM1BM1 Samantha PoloPolo Samantha SO2 Ryan Ryan Desjarlais Desjarlais Airman Courtney Porter SO2 Airman Courtney PorterPorter SO2 Ryan Desjarlais Airman Courtney Major Kevin Kevin J. J. Dobzyniak Dobzyniak Cody S. Major CodyCody S. Pratt Pratt Major Kevin J. Dobzyniak S. Pratt Raona, USAF IT1 Perry W. Edgell V, USN Sr. Airman Angelo IT1 IT1 Perry W. W. Edgell V, USN Sr. Airman Angelo Raona, USAF Perry Edgell V, USN Sr. Airman Angelo Raona, USAF Sgt Lt Sgt Aaron Aaron Fryer Fryer Lt Andrew Andrew Roscoe Roscoe Sgt Haskell, Aaron Fryer Lt Ted USN Lt Andrew Roscoe Major Greg Schaefer, Army Lt Ted Haskell, USN Major Greg Schaefer, Army Lt Ted Haskell,Hura, USNNational Bradley Anthony Greg Schaefer, Army 1st Joshua Schultz Bradley Anthony Hura, National Guard Guard 1st Lt LtMajor Joshua Schultz Major Joseph Johnson Bradley Anthony Hura, National Guard TSgt Jeffrey M. Lt Joshua Schultz Major Joseph Johnson TSgt1st Jeffrey M. Selonke Selonke Captain 3rd MajorStephen Joseph Kerr Johnson Captain Stephen Kerr TSgt Jannel JeffreySkiver M. Selonke 3rd CPO CPO Jannel Skiver Major Natalie Ann LCpl Brendan Springer, USMC Captain Stephen Kerr Major Natalie Ann Korona Korona CPO Jannel Skiver LCpl3rd Brendan Springer, USMC Airman First Class Jamison R. AR Springer, USN Airman First ClassAnn Jamison R. Kucinski Kucinski Major Natalie Korona AR Casey Casey Springer,Springer, USN LCpl Brendan USMC Lieutenant Daniel Kuriluk PFC Garrett Storr Lieutenant Kuriluk Airman Daniel First Class Jamison R. Kucinski PFCAR Garrett Storr Casey Springer, USN Captain Matthew Kuriluk Staff Sgt Matthew Taylor Captain Matthew Kuriluk StaffPFC Sgt Matthew Taylor Lieutenant Daniel Kuriluk Garrett Storr Commander Ron Seaman Angel S. Commander Ron Kuzdak Kuzdak Seaman Angel S. Torres TorresTaylor Captain Matthew Kuriluk Staff Sgt Matthew Staff Sgt. Lauren LaCaprara PFC Juan Vargas Staff Sgt. Lauren LaCaprara PFC Juan Vargas Commander Ron Kuzdak PO3 Seaman Angel S. Torres PFC PO3 Carmen Carmen LaForest LaForest PFC Samantha Samantha Velazques-Vargas Velazques-Vargas Airman Christopher J. (Seraceno) Lapinski Airman 1st Class Lauren LaCaprara Major Leah Voelker PFC Juan Vargas Airman Christopher J. (Seraceno) Lapinski Major Leah Voelker Private W. Laskey PO3Ian Carmen LaForest Sergeant Anthony Watkins PFC Samantha Velazques-Vargas Private Ian W. Laskey Sergeant Anthony Watkins Major AdamChristopher J. Lytle, D.D.S. Master Sergeant Randy Williams Airman J. (Seraceno) Lapinski Major Leah Voelker Major Adam J. Lytle, D.D.S. Master Sergeant Randy Williams Private Ian W. Laskey Sergeant Anthony Watkins Major Adam J. Lytle, D.D.S. Master Sergeant Randy Williams Please let us know if you have a loved one who is serving in the military and we will acknowledge them in our Please let us know iflet you a loved one have who isaserving the who military and we will them in our Please ushave know if you loved in one is serving inacknowledge the military weekly column. Please share the good news with us when one of the above soldiers returns home! weekly column. Pleaseand sharewe thewill goodacknowledge news with us when oneinofour the above soldiers returns home! them weekly column. Please share the good news with us when one of the above soldiers returns home!

Please Please pray pray for for these these young young women women & & men men who who are are discerning God’s call to the religious life. discerning God’s call to the religious life.

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May the Lord bless you and keep you. May He show His face to you and be gracious to you. May the Lord look upon you with kindness and give you peace. ~ Blessing of St. Francis Jolanda Jolanda Karson Karson Janina Jayme Jayme Janina Jeanette Jeanette Reitmeyer Reitmeyer Matthew Matthew Parrott Parrott Ken Shaffer Shaffer Ken Genny Genny Ostrowski Ostrowski John John Schroeder Schroeder Bill McCallion McCallion Bill Kellen Kellen Weakley Weakley Fr. Fr. Robert Robert Crossmyer Crossmyer Andrea Andrea Metcalf Metcalf John Van Van Auker Auker John Virginia Virginia Bonfiglio Bonfiglio Nick Nick Bonfiglio Bonfiglio Michelle DeGuzman DeGuzman Michelle Augustus Augustus French French Mercedes Mercedes Lucas Lucas Alessandro Martin Martin Alessandro Teresa Teresa Peruchietti Peruchietti Mary Mary Ann Ann Pieprzyk Pieprzyk Allan Allan Phillips Phillips

Ed Van Van Elslander Elslander Ed Janet Van Van Elslander Elslander Janet Nicole Nicole Zapinski Zapinski Jim Jim Blicharz Blicharz Carol Jobagnasco Jobagnasco Carol Bernice Bernice Stevens Stevens Carol Carol Lienhardt Lienhardt Jacob Wells Wells Jacob David David Bayer Bayer Amanda Amanda Boyer Boyer Larry Zahra Zahra Larry Vickie Vickie Zahra Zahra Marlene Marlene Birch Birch Tom Garchow Tom Garchow Luann Luann Garchow Garchow Matt Matt Gumbel Gumbel Roxie Johnson Roxie Johnson Gerry Gerry Borg Borg Phyllis Phyllis Marek Marek Vincent Vincent Pizzo Pizzo Andrew Andrew Flynn Flynn Brian Brian Currie Currie

In order to keep this list current, names will be kept on the list In order to keep this list current, names will be kept on the list for one month only. Please call 313-277-3110 to keep a for one month only. Please call 313-277-3110 to keep a loved one on the list. Thank you. loved one on the list. Thank you.

James Bird, a 2016 DCHS gr aduate, is in for mation for the pr iesthood at Sacr ed Hear t Major Seminar y in Detr oit. James Bird, a 2016 DCHS gr aduate, is in for mation for the pr iesthood at Sacr ed Hear t Major Seminar y in Detr oit. Matthew Bradley, a 1996 DCHS gr aduate, is in for mation at the Conventual Fr anciscans or der in Chicago. Matthew Bradley, a 1996 DCHS gr aduate, is in for mation at the Conventual Fr anciscans or der in Chicago. Christian Squiers, a Divine Child par ishioner , is in for mation at Sacr ed Hear t Major Seminar y in Detr oit. Christian Squiers, a Divine Child par ishioner , is in for mation at Sacr ed Hear t Major Seminar y in Detr oit. Please also keep in your prayers seminarians from Sacred Heart Major Seminary: Matthew Nordquist, Please also keep in your prayers seminarians from Sacred Heart Major Seminary: Matthew Nordquist, David Pinto, Benjamin Rivard David Pinto, Benjamin Rivard

LENTEN LENTEN REFLECTION: REFLECTION: Joy at the Transfiguration Joy at the Transfiguration

Peter said to Jesus, “Master, it is good that we are here; let us make three tents, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.” Peter said to Jesus, “Master, it is good that we are here; let us make three tents, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.” Luke 9:33 (Year C) Luke 9:33 (Year C)

Peter was excited, perhaps beyond any excitement he had experienced before. In fact, to say he was excited is most certainly an understatement. It Peterbe was excited, perhapstobeyond he had experienced before. In fact, to sayhe hehad wasjust excited mostacertainly an glimpse understatement. may more appropriate say thatany he excitement was overwhelmed! Why was this the case? Because beenisgiven very small of the It may be more appropriate to say that he was overwhelmed! Why was this the case? Because he had just been given a very small glimpse of the glory and splendor of God! glory and splendor of God! This is the Transfiguration. Jesus took Peter, James and John and they went up a high mountain together. These three Apostles had no idea what Thiscoming. is the Transfiguration. Jesus Peter, James John and they went up a high mountain together. These three ApostlesBut hadthe nomountain idea whatis was Most likely while ontook the way they wereand complaining interiorly, wondering why they had to go up the mountain. was coming. Most likely while on the way they were complaining interiorly, wondering why they had to go up the mountain. But the mountain a symbol of our upward journey to Heaven. It takes focus and drive, commitment and resolve to go there, and it’s an elevated place, a place awayis afrom symbol of our upward journey Heaven. It takes focus and drive, commitment and resolve to go there, and it’s an elevated place, a place away the ordinary occurrences oftolife. from the ordinary occurrences of life. So they were on this difficult climb up the mountain and suddenly they stopped in shock and awe. They saw before their eyes Jesus changed in a So they were this difficult climb up the mountain andthey suddenly theyseen. stopped shock and and Elijah, awe. They saw Law-giver before theirand eyes glorious way,on His clothing being whiter than any white had ever AndinMoses the great theJesus changed in a glorious way, were His clothing beingthem whiter than any with whiteJesus. they had ever seen. And Moses and Elijah, the great Law-giver and the great Prophet, there before conversing great Prophet, were there before them conversing with Jesus. So why did Jesus give these Apostles this very brief experience of His glory? Because they would need that taste of His goodness So why did Jesus these Apostles thisforever very brief experience Hisfinal glory? Because would need that goodness for the road ahead.give They would need to remember what of their destiny was. they They would need to taste hold of thisHis experience for theasroad They need toand forever remember what their final destiny They would to themselves hold this experience close theyahead. endured the would many crosses sufferings ahead. And they would use was. this experience to need remind that close as they the many and up sufferings ahead.ofAnd would this experience to remind themselves whatever theyendured had to endure on crosses the journey the mountain life they is worth it. use Because on the summit is a glory so greatthat that no whatever they theywould had to have endure the journey up the mountain of life hardship to on endure would ever prove to be too worth it. Because on the summit is a glory so great that no hardship they would have to endure would ever prove to be too big.

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Archdiocesan News 3/17 Second Sunday of Lent Feast of St. Patrick Catholic Bookstore Sales 8:00 PM Night Prayer - Church 3/18 Monday 12:00 PM HS Liturgy 1:30 PM Lenten Series: “Biblical Walk/Passion” - Gath. Space 6:15 PM Gr. 1-8 Religious Ed. - ES Classrooms 7:00 PM Parish Council Mtg. - Parish Conf. Rm. 7:00 PM EMHC Mtg. - HS APR 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM

3/19 Tuesday Eucharist Adoration - Church ES Liturgical Choir - ES MPR Novena - Church RCIA - ES MPR DC Prayer Team - Church

3:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

3/20 Wednesday ES Liturgical Choir - Choir Loft Spanish Prayer Group - ES Library HS Juniors’ College Night - HS Auditorium Job Networking Group - HS APR Lenten Series: “Biblical Walk/Passion” - Gath. Space Adult Choir - Choir Loft

9:15 AM 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

3/21 Thursday “Gospel Reflections” Faith Sharing - Gath. Rm. ES Liturgical Choir - ES MPR CYO Winter Sports Banquet - ES Cafeteria Fiber Arts Ministry - HS APR Adult Choir - Choir Loft

3/22 Friday Day of Abstinence HS - No Classes 12:35 PM ES - Dismissal 4:00 PM Lenten Fish Dinner - HS Cafeteria 7:00 PM Stations of the Cross - Church 3/23 Saturday 12:00 PM Rosary Rally - DC Marian Shrine 3:00 PM Confessions - Church 5:30 PM Confessions - Church

for2019 March 17, 2019 Readings Readings for March 17,

Sunday, March 17 – Second Sunday of Lent:   Gn 15:5-12, 17-18; Phil 3:17–4:1 or Phil 3:20–4:1; Lk 9:28b-36 Monday, March 18 – Lenten Weekday – Dn 9:4b-10; Lk 6:36-38 Tuesday, March 19 – St. Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary   2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22;   Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or Lk 2:41-51a Wednesday, March 20 – Lenten Weekday – Jer 18:18-20; Mt 20:17-28 Thursday, March 21 – Lenten Weekday – Jer 17:5-10; Lk 16:19-31 Friday, March 22 – Lenten Weekday   Gn 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Mt 21:33-43, 45-46 Saturday, March 23 – Lenten Weekday   Mi 7:14-15, 18-20; Lk 15:1-3, 11-32 Sunday, March 24 – Third Sunday of Lent   Ex 3:1-8a, 13-15; 1 Cor 10:1-6, 10-12; Lk 13:1-9

Sacred Heart Major Seminary Presents….

Twelve Angry Men

Three years since the last dramatic production at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, the seminarians of Sacred Heart will be performing Reginald Rose's Emmy awardwinning classic drama, Twelve Angry Men, on March 22 & 23. Both shows are at 7pm. This courtroom classic puts you on the edge of your seat while powerfully exploring themes of prejudice, perception, and justice. Admission is free but a freewill offering gladly will be accepted. All donations support the cost of performing future plays. Visit to register and for more information. Encore Remarriage Workshops

Considering getting married again? Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan (CCSEM) can help you and your future spouse welcome Christ into your union, improve your communication skills, and position your relationship to grow stronger over time! The session is led by CCSEM therapist Dr. Janusz Wrobel. Encore remarriage workshops focus on replacing communication styles from the previous relationship with new ones based on trust and friendship. Couples bringing children into their new union will benefit from additional content on talking with children about the pending marriage and issues that can arise in a blended family. The next Encore workshops are April 27, Sept. 7, and Dec. 7. All sessions are at CCSEM in Royal Oak at 1424 East 11 Mile Road. To learn more and register, call 248-548-4044 ext. 3100 or email

Archdiocese of Detroit Tuition Assistance Grant for Catholic Families Grant applications are available online at, and click on schools.

Application Deadline - Tuesday, April 30 The Archdiocese of Detroit offers grants to Catholic students based on demonstrated financial need.  All grants are annual and require a new application each year!  One part of the application requires a pastor's signature.

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Community News Tolton: From Slave to Priest, the powerful live production performed by actor Jim Coleman and directed by Leonardo Defilippis of Saint Luke Productions. Sacred Heart Major Seminary Friday, March 29th at 12:30 pm and Saturday, March 30th at 2pm. It will also be performed at Davidson Middle School in Southgate on Monday, April 1 at 7:00 pm and Tuesday, April 2 at 9:30 am. Meet Fr. Augustus Tolton, the first African American priest, in this one-man multimedia performance. From his dramatic escape from slavery to his courageous struggle in the face of prejudice, this riveting drama is filled with all the elements of professional theater, runs 75 minutes, and is suitable for ages 10 and up. Tickets are available at

2nd Annual Interfaith Forum Sunday, March 24, 2019 4pm - 5:30pm at Sacred Heart Parish Hall 22430 Michigan Ave. in Dearborn. Program to discuss Jesus & Mary from both the Catholic & Muslim perspectives. Dr. Robert Fastiggi, Professor of Theology from Sacred Heart Major Seminary and Imam Mohamed Elahi from the Islamic House of Wisdom will make presentations followed by a question and answer session. Light refreshments will be served.

35th Annual Banquet for the Lennon Pregnancy Center Friday, April 12, 2019 The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth Tickets are $100 per person and reservations are required. Contact the LPC at 313-277-5637. The Center depends on this event to generate nearly half of its program expenses for the year. Thank you in advance for understanding our financial needs and your generosity. Celebrating our 49th anniversary P.R.U.C.A TATRY DANCERS Traditional Polish Dance Recital Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 3:00PM Lincoln Park Public School 1650 Champaign in Lincoln Park $8.00 in Advance or $10.00 at the Door For information regarding our dance group or scheduling a performance, contact Rose Ann Lackey at (313)274-0183 Or

The Life of a Saint Oscar Romero The transformative Journey to Sainthood “Presente” Sunday, March 24 12pm - 3pm at St. Kateri Parish Hall 16101 Rotunda Dr. in Dearborn Join us for a reflection of the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero on the 39th anniversary of his death and his recent Canonization. We will begin by viewing the movie, “Romero,” followed by refreshments. Julie Beutel, Bob O’Brien and Bob Scullin, SJ will provide music to mark the occasion. The afternoon will end with a personal sharing of St. Oscar Romero’s Canonization celebration in El Salvador and a description of an ongoing clean water project there. All are welcome! Contact Therese Terns for details at 313-657-3508 or

Employment Opportunity - Executive Director, Guest House Guest House, a health care provider specializing in addiction treatment for Roman Catholic clergy and religious, located in Lake Orion, Michigan, is seeking an Executive Director. The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Guest House treatment center staff and programs, for execution of the organization’s mission and vision and for identifying growth opportunities. This position is also responsible for establishing and maintaining best-practice clinical services for the population served and establishing and maintaining program plans, policies and procedures consistent with current licensure and CARF accreditation requirements. For more information on Guest House, please visit our website at Qualifications: Extensive experience and knowledge of addiction treatment and 12-step recovery is required along with a minimum of a master’s degree in a related social sciences field with at least five years of senior management experience. The candidate must have excellent communication skills and have a strong understanding of the workings of the Roman Catholic Church. Previous work experience in a CARF or JCAHO facility is desired. If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please submit your resume to

FOR WIDOWED WOMEN Ladies Breakfast at Connor’s Restaurant March 18, April 1 and April 15 9am Widowed women are invited to meet for conversation and coffee at 9 am at Connor’s Restaurant, 15356 Haggerty and Five Mile, Northville. Call Carol to RSVP at 313-562-3080. FOR WIDOWED MEN AND WOMEN Breakfast at Annie’s Restaurant Livonia March 21 at 9:00am Widowed men and women are invited to meet for breakfast with other Widow Friends for coffee and conversation the third Thursday of the month at 9 am at Annie’s Restaurant, 33427 Plymouth Rd., Livonia. RSVP to Tom 586-2161454. Sponsored by Widowed Friends, a “peer” support group in the Archdiocese of Detroit. For further information about Widowed Friends, come visit our website at

Unplanned – The Movie Preview Abby Johnson’s story – from Planned Parenthood’s Person of the Year to prolife champion, and ultimately, to the Catholic faith,” Archbishop Naumann of Kansas City Our Lady of Victory’s Gospel of Life has bought out a theater for a premiere the night before the movie’s release. Tickets are available for $5.00 **Please Note: Tickets will not be sold at the door. Unplanned is rated “R” Thursday, March 28 Livonia AMC (Haggerty Rd.) 7:00pm sharp (there will be no trailers) For tickets or more information, please contact Kelly Bruno at 313-614-9281 or or Merri Cullen at 248-790-8068 or

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Churchof ofthe the Divine Divine Child, Child, Dearborn, Church Dearborn,Michigan Michigan Pastor Rev. James Bilot Associate Pastor Rev. Matthew Hood Priest in Residence Rev. Tom Urban Church/Rectory Address 1055 N. Silvery Lane, Dearborn, MI 48128 (313) 277-3110 ~~ Fax (313) 277-3211 Rectory Office Hours 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Mon-Wed 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thurs & Fri Closed for lunch daily from 12 - 1 PM Parish Website Parish Facebook Page @DivineChildParish

“Infant” Editor Marilyn O’Brien ~~ Bulletin articles are due by noon on Friday, or nine days before you want them to appear in the bulletin. Mass Schedule Weekday: 6:30 & 8:30 AM Saturday: 8:30 AM only Sunday Vigil Mass: Saturday: 4:30 PM Sunday: 8:00 & 10:00 AM and 12:30 PM Holy Day: 6:30 & 8:30 AM & 7:00 PM Reconciliation Schedule Saturday: 3:00-3:45 PM & after the 4:30 PM Mass until all are heard Parish Registration To become a registered parishioner at Divine Child, please call Vicky in the Rectory Office during the office hours listed above - (313) 277-3110.

PLEASE CONTACT THE RECTORY OFFICE WITH UPDATES TO YOUR STREET ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER OR EMAIL ADDRESS! **Please consider including Church of the Divine Child in your estate planning to ensure the preservation of our parish and schools for future generations!**

(Area codes are 313 unless otherwise indicated) Elementary School 562-1090 Sr. Cecilia Bondy, OSF, Principal High School 562-1990 Eric Haley, Principal Convent 561-5455 Music Ministry 277-3110 Matthew Simpson, Director RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation) 277-3110 x 222 Jodi Ann Micallef, Coordinator Advancement Office 216-0891 Colleen Johnson, Director of Advancement Mackenzie Brewis, Marketing Coordinator Connie DiMarco, Volunteer & Special Events Coordinator Marie (Stawasz) Boyle, Director of Marketing/Communications Aubri McNamara, Alumni Coordinator Matthew Saxer, Director of Admissions Religious Education Office 562-8667 Dawn Dwyer Parish Pastoral Council Ernie Bridgnanan, President 717-9558 Christian Service Commission Beth Stawasz Donovan (734) 421-8967 Worship Commission Jodi Ann Micallef 240-4168 Education Commission Marti Biscaro 561-2728 Tess Noonan 529-4598 Services Perpetual Adoration Chapel is open 24 hours a day/7 days a week. For info, call 313-277-3110. On Tuesday, Exposition is in the Church from 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM. Mother of Perpetual Help Novena - Tuesday at 7:00 PM. First Friday devotion prayers are from 3:00 - 4:00 PM in the Adoration Chapel. First Saturday devotions are at 7:45 AM. Anointing of the Sick Please call the Rectory Office to request this Sacrament. In emergency situations when the office is closed, the emergency line attendant will relay the information to one of our priests. Marriages Arrangements must be made at least six months in advance and couple must be active, registered members at a Catholic Church. Potential wedding date is not confirmed until couple meets with a Divine Child priest. Officiant at the ceremony will be a priest from Divine Child unless the couple has someone close to them who is a Catholic priest. Music for the liturgy must be coordinated with our Director of Music Ministry, Mr. Matthew Simpson. Funerals Arrangements are made in conjunction with the funeral home. Eulogies must be given at the funeral home or at the funeral luncheon; no eulogies at the funeral Mass, please. Memorial Masses are scheduled Monday-Friday only. Baptisms Baptisms may be requested on either the second or fourth Sunday of the month, pending approval. Arrangements must be made in advance and parents must attend a baptism class prior to the baptism. The Church requires that at least one of the parents and one of the godparents/sponsors be practicing Catholics; that is, they attend Mass each weekend. Parent Baptism Classes 1st Monday in August, October, December, February, April & June at 7:00 PM Roylene Hermann, Coordinator (313) 278-3537

Perry Cellini, D.D.S., P.C. General Dentistry Hours By Appointment Emergencies Welcome 2845 Monroe, Dearborn 313-561-0500

Kramar Jewelry, Inc. Fine Diamond Setting Expert Jewelry Repairing All Shapes of Diamonds Wholesale Prices 25766 Woodward Avenue Royal Oak, MI 48067 (1/2 Mile north of I-696)

Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri 10a-6p Wed 10a-7p • Sat 10a-5p


WE BUY GOLD – FINANCING AVAILABLE Family Owned. Parishioner since 1951

Jack Demmer Ford 37300 Michigan Avenue Wayne, MI (734) 721-2600 Jack Demmer Lincoln 21531 Michigan Avenue Dearborn, MI (313) 274-8800

FARON ROOFING CO., INC. Res. & Comm. Roofing Kitchen & Bath Remodeling 37520 Glenwood, Westland, MI Lic #2104060860 Ins.


LOGAN GLASS CO. Complete Glass Service

Residential • Commercial Auto Glass

22667 Michigan Ave • Dearborn, MI


Plants & Flowers to Decorate Your


DON’S PLUMBING 313-255-1199

Expert Plumbing Sewer & Drain Cleaning




TIRE DISCOUNT HOUSE Great Savings & Friendly Service PARISHIONER DISCOUNT TIRES • MAGS • BRAKES • SHOCKS • ALIGNMENTS 25751 West Warrent (at Beech Daly)

Mike J. Moore


Rick Bixman, President


23756 Michigan Ave. Dearborn, MI 48124

DC Alum ‘74

“It’s Moore Than A Sale” (313) 770-6365

Parish Member • 2001 Grad of DCHS Father of DCES Students Husband of DCES Teacher

Marianne L. Baran, D.S.S., P.C. Parish Member & D.C. Alumnus

Family and Cosmetic Dentistry 23100 Cherry Hill, Suite 1 Dearborn, MI 48124 (313) 274-5210

24310 Ford Road Dearborn Heights, MI 48127


Mexican Fiesta Specials Mexican Fiesta II Specials

Schrader Collision, Inc. COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE Serving The Dearborn Area Since 1940 1700 N. Telegraph, Dearborn

Adams Family Home Services

Handywork & Home Improvement

John Adams • Senior Discounts

313-561-0650 Parish Member 313-561-0651 313-581-2443 • 313-461-2548 In all things, give God thanks

Holy MatriMony is T A H , C dee PrinTing one MAN 1-800-292-9020 & one WOMAN o dverTise

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PAINTING InterIor & exterIor Experienced & Reasonable

• Powerwashing • Wallpaper Removal • Plaster & Drywall Repair • Deck Cleaning & Staining Free Estimates GARY R. LAUSE




ERIC A. PARZIANELLO 1139 Inkster Road Garden City, MI 48135 (734) 427-3800

Attorney and Counselor Planning, Transactions & Litigation 313-672-7300 Parish Member

Mike’s Plumbing Complete Plumbing Sewer & Drain Cleaning MASTER PLUMBER Michael J. Wood


Mitten Mortgage Lending

Dr. Patrick Nolan Dr. Susie Guest


42287 Cherry Hill Rd., Suite #A Canton, MI 48188

Creating One Smile At A Time

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PRICE ELECTRIC 313-277-7630 Mac Horvath: DC Boys Basketball • Varsity Head Coach • Parishioner


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LEO’S CONEY ISLAND 5575 Greenfield Rd at Ford Rd • Dearborn

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Service Available 7 Days/Week Military & Senior Discounts Insured

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Team Works!

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Every Sunday afternoon come in to see our balloon waitress from 5-8pm Also bring coupon in on Sunday and receive an additional 5% off


TOTAL TREE SERVICE 30 Yrs. Exp • I.S.A. Certified Arborist FREE ESTIMATE 734-266-4015


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274-2350 Unbaked Pizza $9.99 with Cheese & Pepperoni




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TOM WALIGORSKI ROOFING Quality Materials Guaranteed Workmanship

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Sts. Peter & Paul Banquet Hall

Specializing in weddings & Other events since 1975

750 N. Beech Daly Rd., Dearborn Heights



27553 Cherryhill

1/2 block West of Inkster Rd. Coupon not valid on Fridays; Also not valid with other coupons.

Holy SepulcHre cemetery SHerry oSSy Family Service Advisor


cemetery services

Dr. Heidi LaBo-Ratcliffe 2300 Monroe St. Dearborn, MI 48124

(313) 565-4500 19 years experience. Family care pediatric to geriatric Keeping families WELL adjusted! Proud parish member and Falcon parent Follow us on

LaBo Chiropractic

Bifano EyE CarE (313) 730-5020

Rhonda Bifano, O.D. Chris Bifano, O.D. 26388 Ford Road Treatment of Eye Diseases Glasses and Contact Lenses



25800 W 10 Mile Rd. Southfield, MI 48033

Living Our Mission catholic funeral

Szegedi’s Catering (313) 561-6288 Angel Food Catering (734) 697-1100

LaBo Family Chiropractic

Dir (248) 204-0094 Tel (248) 350-1900 Fax (248) 350-1737

Jim & Chris Puzzuoli Parish Member Family Owned for Over 30 Years AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTERS Tires • Brakes • Mufflers • Shocks • Oil Change • Under Car Service • Custom Pipe Bending • Shuttle Available

Frank Succurro

Parish Member Serving Families!

14441 W. Warren 584-8770

Come Taste the Difference!

New & Pre-OwNed SaleS & leaSiNg

NorthWest CONSTRUCTION Parish Member and Proud Roofing • Siding • Gutters Porches • Kitchens • Baths


“It’s All About the House”

(313) 278-4060 • Delivery-n-Carryout


Plant Health Care Disease Diagnosis Tree & Stump Removal Pruning • Fertilizing • Consulting Seasoned Firewood for Sale

$100 Donation to Divine Child Parish

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Parent of 4 DCES Students


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(Purchase or Lease)

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Helping you see into the future,

ISA Certified Arborist

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Home Health Care

24502 W. Warren • Dearborn Heights

313-563-0226 All levels of care - from drop-in to 24 hours service


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All Small Jobs Welcome


25636 Ford Road Dearborn Heights, MI 48127. Each Office independently owned and operated

Todd’s Pharmacy Fast, Friendly, Convenient

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10% OFF LABOR & 1% donated back to Church

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Todd’s Pharmacy Fast, Friendly, Convenient

Let my Pharmacy be your Pharmacy 25871 Ford Rd. • Dearborn Heights SW Corner of Ford Rd. • Beech Daly

313-406-5279 • • “Free Delivery”


GENERAL ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS AND FOOT ANKLE SPECIALIST Robert E. Meehan, Jr., M.D. Dr. Gregory Housner • Dr. Jeffery Waldrop • Dr. Douglas Plagens


23550 Park St., Ste 100, Dearborn Parish Member


Fast Professional Service Expert Sewer & Drain Cleaning Lic Master Plumber Reasonable Rates

Reach for the Stars #91969-JT-1/21/19


EST. 1978

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Kitchens Baths Attics Additions Dormers Basements Commercial

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Attorney at Law, Specializing in Litigation and Business Law

*D.C. Alumni • Parish Member

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(313) 965.8412

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