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menus, flowers, and everything nice for a special person.

This year for the first "me since 1945 the celebra"on of Ash Wednesday and Valen"ne’s day fall on the same day. Ash Wednesday is the beginning of the peniten"al season of Lent and, appropriately enough, it is a day of fas"ng, abs"nence, and prayer. Catholics 18-59 are required to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Catholics 14 and older are also required to abstain from meat on those days, and on Lenten Fridays. According to the US Bishops’ Conference, a person fas"ng “is permi#ed to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal.” Valen"ne’s Day remembers a thirdcentury Chris"an martyr, who died defending marriage, and has become a celebra"on of roman"c love, replete with candies, special


When we realize that Lent is a "me of prepara"on to remember all that Jesus, the Son of God, did for us, restoring our rela"onship with God and opening the gates of heaven by dying on the cross, it seems hard to imagine that a day, which has been created by merchants more than lovers, should be considered more important. And so, it seems natural that those who under-stand the importance of our Catholic Faith would consider the obliga"on of fast and abs"nence a priority. There has been a long tradi"on in many coun"es and cultures to prepare for Lent with par"es, parades, and, some"mes crazy carrying on. It is called Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras, also called Shrove Tuesday, or Fat Tuesday, in English, refers to events of the Carnival celebra"ons, beginning on or a%er the Chris"an feasts of the Epiphany (Three Kings Day) and culmina"ng on the day before Ash Wednesday. Some American Bishops have suggested that Catholics planning to celebrate Valen"ne’s Day could do so on Feb. 13th, which, this year, is Mardi Gras. The ashes used on Ash Wednesday come from the burnt palm branches or branches of other trees, which


were blessed the previous year on Palm Sunday. They call to mind the way penance was prac"ced in ancient "mes. Remember the tale of Nineveh when they wanted to express their repentance. The people dressed in sack cloth and put ashes on their heads. Ashes also remind us that all the success and riches that we accumulate in this mortal life will mean li#le when we come to the end of our days. What will ma#er is how much we have fulfilled the will of God living as images of Jesus the Christ. Lent is a "me for reflec"on and examina"on of our consciences and a "me to put in order our lives, trying to eliminate the bad and augment the good that we do. With ashes we are symbolically saying, “Lord I am a creature who needs you. Forgive me my failings and allow me to con"nue on my journey home to the Father.”

12:10 PM, 5:00 PM, 5:10 PM, 7:00 PM, 7:00 PM (Spanish) and 9:00 PM

myParish the App for Catholic Life Everyday 331 Thompson Street Ann Arbor, MI 48104 734-663-0557 (f) 734-663-2756

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 8:30 AM Mass for 10:00 AM Mass for 12:00 PM Mass for 2:00 PM Mass for 5:00 PM Mass for 9:00 PM Mass for

+Mary & +Maurice Sinnott +Meena Albert RCIA Candidates +Rafael Ronquillo +Michelle Zinser People of the Parish

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12 5:10 PM Mass for Mary Colombano TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 5:10 PM Mass for +Miles Roberts WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 12:10 PM Mass for +Roseanne Kellermann 5:00 PM Mass for People of the Parish 5:10 PM Mass for Jim Fischer 7:00 PM Mass for +Jim Alexander 7:00 PM Mass for Mary Colombano THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 5:10 PM Mass for +Fr. Thomas Hynes FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 12:10 PM Mass for

+Rozalia Krzemeienski & +Tekla Pyzik

SUNDAY MASS 8:30 AM, 10AM, Noon, 2PM (Spanish), 5PM & 9PM DAILY MASS Mon-Thur 5:10 PM Friday 12:10 PM OFFICE HOURS Sunday 8AM-9PM Mon-Thurs 9AM-9PM Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday 12PM-3PM SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Wednesday a%er 5:10 PM Mass Sunday at 7:30 PM or by appointment

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Examen-Open Session Children’s Liturgy Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Examen-Open Session ESL Hispanic Choir Practice High School Youth Group Hispanic Children’s Liturgy St. Mary’s Discussion Group Confirmation Class BPR Welcome and Orientation Hispanic/Latino Lead Team Faith Doing Justice Lead Team Examen-Open Session Internship Info Session Reconciliation

9:45 AM 10:15 AM 11:15 AM 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3;15 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 5:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM

Newman Hall Newman Hall+ Rectory Lounge Newman Hall Donnelly Hall Music Room Off-Site Donnelly Hall Newman Hall Donnelly Hall Church Loyola Room Rectory Lounge Newman Hall Loyola Room Church

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Centering Prayer Bible Study Baptism Class Born For Joy ASB Formation Meeting

6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Richard Room Newman Room Newman Hall + Monteith Room Most Rooms

5:15 PM 5:45 PM 6:00 PM

Loyola Room Church Church

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

Newman Hall Newman Room Loyola Room Rectory Lounge

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 Ig.nite RESTORE Choir Rehearsal Internship Info Session Immigration Group

5:10 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Newman Hall + Rectory Lounge Music Room Loyola Room Donnelly Hall

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 IUndergrad Bowling Night

7:30 PM


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Into the Light—Lent

7:45 AM

Rectory Lounge

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Continuing SCC—Open Pray the Rosary Eucharistic Adoration ICPJ Latin American Taskforce Movie Rooted Catholic Thinkers Book Club REAL Women’s Group

FEB 13 | 6:30 PM Join the La"n American Task Force for a delicious tamale dinner and a presenta"on and discussion pertaining to La"n American issues. Not a film, but a photo and discussion session about Border issues and Mexico-United States rela"ons in the region. Reflec"ons from LATF members and EMU students about their recent trip to Nogales in November 2017. Dinner at 6:30pm. Presenta"on at 7pm. RSVP to guarantee your meal (suggested dona"on $8):

St Mary’s Faith & Jus"ce Ministry is seeking volunteers to help feed the homeless in Ann Arbor. We are commi#ed to providing a Sunday meal quarterly for the residents that meet weekly at HILL HOUSE for dinner. Meal format is set and sign-up is done electronically. Hill House is located at 3501 Stone School Road. How to Volunteer: 1. Provide a specific food dona"on such as an entree or dessert 2. Provide staple dona"ons such as napkins, water bo#les, etc. 3. Provide monetary support for the purchase of needed items

4. Provide transporta"on and/or serve food on the given day

Each 1st and 5th Friday of the month, St. Mary Student Parish provides volunteers to cook and serve the evening meal at the Delonis Center in Ann Arbor. We are s"ll in need of volunteers for many of our upcoming dates. You can sign up to volunteer for one meal or mul"ple. The Delonis Center is located at 312 W. Huron Street. Sign up to volunteer by following this link: For ques"ons, email:

SUNDAY, JUNE 17 – WED., JUNE 20, 2018 The applica"on deadline is March 4th. Applica"on materials can be picked up in the St. Mary office. A group of families from St. Mary Student Parish will travel to St. John Vianney Parish in Flint, Michigan to work on a variety of community projects appropriate for folks of all ages. Learn, work, pray, reflect and relax with other families from our parish community. Work sites may include St. Luke's NEW Life Center, Catholic Chari"es North End and Holy Angels Soup Kitchens, and The Shelter of Flint. Children as young as 5 have par"cipated in the past. Please consider joining us for a fun week of making a difference! For more informa"on, contact Lisa Hirsch or Tom McDonough at 741-1235 or

Contact Erin if you would like to be added to the volunteer group list.

Interested in speaking Spanish? Interested in Social Jus"ce? Interested in Immigra"on Issues? Our Hispanic/La"no community includes U of M students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the local Spanish speaking community. Many in the Ministry are bilingual, but minimal Spanish is needed to help with most of our programs. We welcome those na"ve to Spanish speaking countries as well as students and others interested in prac"cing Spanish! Volunteers are needed to serve as liturgical ministers, sing in the choir, teach children’s sacramental prepara"on classes, and help with events like Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass (December 12), bilingual Sta"ons of the Cross (Good Friday), and social events. Contact Amy

SUN, FEB 11 | 3:00-5:00 PM

SUN, FEB 18 I 11 AM

Dave Kieras will lead a discussion on the recent book “Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right” by Arlie Russell Hochschild. The book is based on five years of immersion repor"ng among Tea Party loyalists. Hochschild tries to bridge an “empathy wall” between the two poli"cal sides.

Please join us in Newman Hall a%er the 10:00 am Mass for hot coffee, a delicious donut, and "me spent with friends and family. All are welcome!

Join us for coffee, cookies and conversa"on from 3-3:15. The discussion will begin about 3:15 and the mee"ng will be over by 5:00 PM. For more informa"on, contact Sherry Warden

FRI, FEB 23 | 5:10 PM All are invited to this special liturgy to support and pray for the students heading off on Alterna"ve Spring Break trips; a recep"on follows the Mass in Newman Hall. All are welcome.

2/12, 3/26, 4/30 ATTEND ONE CLASS St. Mary Student Parish holds a bap"sm class, in English and Spanish, for new parents one Monday evening each month at 7:00 pm. Parents who are preparing to have their child bap"zed in the Catholic faith should pick up materials for the class from the parish office at least one week prior to the class they plan to a#end. The bap"sm prepara"on packet contains ar"cles and discussion ques"ons for parents and godparents. It also contains a Bap"sm Registra"on form which must be filled out prior to class. At the discussion, parents can schedule their bap"sm. If you've a#ended a bap"sm class before, we don't require you to a#end another. Private Saturday bap"sms with the deacon may be available.

This liturgical celebra"on for 3-9 year olds meets every Sunday of the year during the 10 am Mass. Catechists work with an age-specific group of children to proclaim the Word of God and to reflect together on its meaning in their lives. Par"cipants return to the church for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Training and materials are provided for those interested in becoming a catechist. Contact Marilyn McDermo#

For Spanish class-Amy For English class-Carol

ALL SERVICES BEGIN AT 7:00PM Mar 19 - St. Thomas the Apostle Parish

SATURDAYS DURING LENT AT 7:45 AM (FEB 17 & 24 AND MAR 3, 10, 17 & 24) Into the Light is a prayer group that has been mee"ng for over 20 years to share our faith and forge new friendships. At each mee"ng, the group reflects on Sunday’s scripture readings and holds a communion service together. A#endees bring a dish to share for breakfast! Please join us this Advent – all are welcome. Contact Celeste

Mar 20 - St. Mary Student Parish-English &Spanish Mar 21 - Old St. Patrick Parish Mar 22 - St. Francis of Assisi Parish —No Confessions at SMSP on 3/22

2-11 AND 2-15 | 7-8 PM This weekly gathering for undergrads features an Igna"an twist - "me for some discussion and an explora"on of where God is in your life. The evening begins with a student-led Mass at 5:10 PM, followed by a great dinner and discussion. Everything wraps up by 7:00 PM, but feel free to stay to study or spend "me with friends. We’re open un"l midnight! Contact Ali

Rising juniors and seniors, looking for professional development in a faith-based community? Apply to be an intern with St. Mary! Our internships run the academic year (Sept-April) and are available in so many different ministries. From faith-sharing to special events and communica"on, we're looking for students just like you! Our current interns will share their internship experience at St. Mary and go through an overview of the program and an opportunity to ask ques"ons. Open to students who are interested in learning more about the internship program at St. Mary. Contact Brian

RESTORE THUR | 7:30PM Restore is a year-long open undergraduate faith sharing group focused on restoring faith, friendships and the kingdom of God. Come meet other undergrads, have authen"c conversa"ons and build real rela"onships. No need to sign up, just drop in! Contact Jenny or Jess

· Enjoy snacks in Newman Lounge from 6-9 PM · Evening Masses at 5 & 9 PM · Confessions at 7:30 PM · Open un"l midnight for students Sunday-Thursday

REAL: Rela!onships, Encouragement, Accountability, Laughter

TUES | 7:30 PM Goal: To unite young women (undergraduate, graduate, young professional) through God’s love for us as Daughters of the King. Not only do we want to share in God’s word during our mee"ngs, but form community that transforms our lives. This group is there to compliment the regular prayer life that the women have or wish to develop. Structure: Weekly mee"ngs for 1 hour. It will be drop in style so women are welcome to join whenever throughout the year. Each session with involve studying scripture, the teachings of the Church, and discussion. The women will be encouraged to read and study before coming to the sessions, but things will be recapped at the beginning for those who join that day. Contact Jenny or Jess

Get hype for our Friday Bowling Night on February 17. We will be mee"ng up at SMSP and leaving for Belmark Lanes around 7:30 pm EST. We will be playing two games of bowling. Contact Eric

TUESDAYS | 6:30PM Rooted is a year-long, open Grad Students and Young Professionals faith sharing group focused on becoming more rooted in God, scripture and each other (love). Come meet other Grad/YP's, have authen"c conversa"ons and build real rela"onships for God's kingdom on earth. No need to sign up, just drop in! Contact Jenny

MON, FEB 19 | 7:00 PM Join us for dessert and "me to socialize or network with other grad students and young professionals. A dierent speaker each month will lead us into faith-based discussion. This month's speakers are SR. CATHEY DESANTIS, CSJ, AND CLEO BRADLEY from the Detroit Catholic Pastoral Alliance. They will lead us in a discussion about racism and jus"ce within our Church and society.

For more info or to be added to our email list, contact the Grad/YP lead team or Fr. Joe



The music for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil is some of the most important of the year. The music ministry wants to invite you to help make this year's Triduum liturgies especially prayerful and powerful. Join the Triduum choir in rehearsal every Wednesday night at 7:00 PM. No experience is necessary and all are welcome. Contact our music coordinator Paige Graham for more informa"on on how to join

Eucharis"c Adora"on will take place most Tuesdays in the Church. It is a "me to reflect and pray quietly before the Lord. People are invited to come when they can and stay as long as they like. Contact Marlee

1ST & 3RD TUES | 7-8:30 PM The LGBT group is sponsored by St. Mary Student Parish and meets twice a month. Mee"ngs are private and confiden"al. As a diverse community of believers, we respect each person as a unique reflec"on of God's presence in our midst. We commit ourselves to being a community of care, support, forma"on, reconcilia"on, and witness to jus"ce with and among gay and lesbian persons, parents, family members, and friends. We teach that all love comes from God and focus on helping people reconcile their faith with their orienta"on. We provide a safe space for discussion, healing, and prayer. Together we reflect on Scripture and listen to the lived experiences of gay and lesbian persons and their allies.

MONDAYS | 6:30 PM Centering Prayer is a silent prac"ce of prayer that rests on the faith that Christ is present within by his Holy Spirit. It is an excellent prepara"on for contempla"ve prayer, which is a grace or gi% bestowed by God. Centering Prayer is an inten"onal openness to, or prac"ce of "wai"ng" on God, encouraging the building of a more in"mate rela"onship with Jesus and the movement of the Holy Spirit. It is rooted in centuries-old monas"c prayer. The book “Open Heart, Open Mind” by Fr. Thomas Kea"ng, OCSO is a good introduc"on. The first Monday of each month we listen to an introduc"on to centering prayer and then pray for 20 minutes. Otherwise, we typically sit and pray for two 20-minute sessions with a short medita"ve walk in between. All are welcome. Contact Serena Larson

Contact: Rodrigo or Cynthia

CALL FOR LEARNERS: Clases de Ingles Gra"s

The Catholic Thinkers Book Club meets 7-8:30 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at St. Mary Student Parish. All are welcome to par"cipate. For your convenience copies of these books are on reserve for purchase at Litera" Book Store, 124 E. Washington. Here is this semester’s line up:

TUES, FEB 13 Mustafa Akyol's "The Islamic Jesus: How the King of the Jews Became a Prophet of the Muslims."

TUES, MAR 13 Kathleen Norris' "Amazing Grace." TUES, APR 10 Albert Nolan’s “Jesus Before Chris"anity.” If you would like to be added to the email list, please send a note to Liz Rodriguiz at

Enseñanza par"cular en un lugar seguro Los Domingos, 12:45 – 13:45 En La Parroquia Universitaria de Santa María ¡No hace falta hacer reserva! ¿Preguntas? Email Madison CALL FOR TUTORS: Interested in tutoring English as a Second Language? Come join the ESL program at St. Mary’s! The program provides a safe space for the Hispanic/La"no community to prac"ce their English and receive personalized guidance from na"ve English speakers Join us each week 12:45 PM -1:45 PM (before Spanish mass) Ques"ons? Contact Madison

A new approach to scripture... PLEASE JOIN US Feb. 12

Please help our RCIA par"cipants to feel nourished and welcomed by dona"ng a snack or finger food item for one of our regular weeknight sessions this semester. We have a large group of candidates and we’d love them to know that the parish community is sending snacks and prayers for their journey.

BIBLE STUDY Mary the mother of Jesus is important, but do you fully grasp how essen"al she really is to us as Catholics? Come draw closer to Mary with St. Mary's Bible study and our new approach to learning from our beloved scriptures....including video!

If you'd like to donate baked goods, fruit, veggies or crackers, please contact Rita Thank you for suppor"ng this important ministry of forma"on and welcome!

“The Bible and the Virgin Mary” unveils the mystery of Our Lady that is woven into the fabric of sacred scripture…It's based on the book “Hail Holy Queen” by Sco# Hahn, a convert to the Catholic faith whose deep Biblical insights promise to amaze and astound even those who are well-acquainted with the Bible.

Please help us pray the Rosary on Tuesdays. Reci"ng this ancient and powerful prayer with others can be a heartopening experience and a way to promote peace in the world and in ourselves. We will provide you the texts of the prayers if needed. If you have inten"ons for which you'd like us to pray, or any ques"ons, please send them to Toni Morales

Each mee"ng will include a 30-minute video followed by guided discussion & snacks. Please mark your calendars & join us for the first session-A Biblical Introduc"on to Mary--7-8:30pm Mon. Feb. 12 to see what you think! We’re sure you’ll want to clear your schedule for the next 11 mee"ngs as well. (As you enter the church, please see the white board in the atrium for our assigned room for that evening.) For more informa"on, contact Kathy Ann 734-668-7437.

Year-to-Date Offering Report as of 02/04/2018 $0





MONDAYS | 7:00 PM A 12-step recovery group for men (ages 18+), who struggle with sexual ac"ng out/pornography and are sincerely looking for hope and help in a community of fellow strugglers. Visit or contact Fr. Ben

If you have misplaced items while at church, we may have them in the parish office. Please stop by to check the Lost and Found box. All items not claimed by the last Sunday of every month will be donated. Thank you.

Annual Budget Goal


Year-to-Date (YTD) Goal


Amount Collected YTD Above (Below) YTD Goal

$614,792 -$9,308

Sunday Offering Report as of 02/04/2018 January Budget Goal


Sunday 02/04/2018 (Week 32) Above (Below) Weekly Goal

$25,903 $7,003

Special and Holy Day Collec"ons: ASB Bucket Drive





Fr. Benjamin B. Hawley, S.J. Pastor and Director of Catholic Campus Ministry

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Fr. Dennis T. Dillon, S.J. Pastoral Associate

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Fr. Michael D. Rozier, S.J. Pastoral Associate

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Fr. Richard D’Souza, S.J. Pastoral Associate

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Fr. Pat Casey, S.J. Pastoral Associate

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Deacon Romolo Leone Pastoral Associate

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CAMPUS MINISTRY STAFF Fr. Joseph F. Wagner S.J. Campus Minister

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Jennifer Line Campus Minister

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Alison Quinn Campus Minister

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Brian Cerabona Campus Minister

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Jacob Derry Campus Ministry Associate

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PARISH STAFF Lane#e Mele Office Manager & Liturgy Assistant

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Carol Konczal Recep"onist & Administra"ve Assistant

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Susan Maulbetsch Hospitality & Welcome Coordinator

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Julie Mussio Marriage Prepara"on & Ministry ext. 243 Schedule Coordinator Alicia Frene#e Controller

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Danielle Kopin Stewardship Director

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Bri#any Tobias Communica"ons Director

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Amy Ketner Hispanic/La"no Ministry Coordinator

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Kristen Gowman Bookkeeping Assistant

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Lori Feiler Family Ministry Program Coordinator

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Karen Foster Family Ministry Program Assistant

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Rita Zyber RCIA & Confirma"on Coordinator

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Paige Graham Music Coordinator

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Sue Walters Database Coordinator

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Gary Pearce Opera"ons Manager

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Dan Hankins Custodian

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Mark Deprest Building Assistant

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George Kasotakis Custodial Assistant

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STUDENT STAFF Christopher Clark Jamie Lince

Vanessa Geiger

Katelyn Johnson

Maggie Larin

Elpido Adrian, Scott Alexander, Marcelo Alvarez, Mariana Alvarez, Dee Ana, Fred Andes, Mariel Arbogast-Wilson, David Armstrong, Geri Arnold, Kevin Arway, Orlando Averion, Zenaida Averion, Jamie Ballew, Jeanne Barry, Pat Battista, Jenn Belczak, Kim Benoit, Philip Bentley, Frank Bertram, Benjamin Besa, Lauren Dittrich Bilyeu, Katie Bischoff, Gary & Yvonne Boelster, Helen, Koula & Vassio Botchen, Doug Brannan, Joan BrownAlexander, Christopher & Shawn Brown, Rosemary Callahan, Caroline Campbell, Joan Campbell, Celia Capay, Wendy Cates, Rebecca Ronquillo Chaparro, Rick Chapman, Shenlin Chen, Hyun Sook Choi, Francyn Chomic, Carol Clark, James Dali Clark, Juan Contreras, Molly Cook, Aimee Cruz, Irene DaDeppo, Ronald Dawson, Lori DeFour, Humberto de las Casas, Anna DenBoer, Diana, Simone Dysinger, Bonnie Dunkelburger, Nathalie Ertel, Dennis Farmer, Patti Feeney, Leo Fenton, Annie & Tricia Flaherty, Mary Forgacs, Peter Gallucci, Cecelia, Javier & Leticia Garcia, Carmen Garduno Bonquillo, Patrick Geary, Debbie Gilbert, Juan Ibarra-Gonzalez, Sheila Grant, Bethany Grates, Sophia & Senovia Guevara, Marianna Hann, Berta Herrera, Stephen Hosken, James Hughes, Matt Hughes, Fr. Charlie Irvin, Bonnie Irvin, Alejandro Islas, Roshney Jain, Anne Marie Jamili, David Johnson, Thor Johnson, Alfred Juarez, Dan & Ron Karczewski, Mark Kintz, Brandan Kirma, Graydon Krapohl, Leah Kulhanek, Art & Bernice Lamey, Tom Larson, Amira Lehavy, Adam Lesneski, Daniel Leung, Joan Lesneski, Ron Lesneski, Daniel Lienert, Brianna Liker, Augustin Ronquillo Lopez, Maryjo Lum, Bessie Madias, Ed Manning, Kathryn Marsh, Makayla May, Maria Rosa McCabe, Bill McCann, Abby McDonough, Sarah McPharlin, Helen Meador, Valentine Meda, Irene Mike, Rio Miles, Rosemarie Milles, Grace Miroslaw, Susan Morales, Christina Morton, Harrison Morton, Chuck Munchurian, Gina Murillo, Fred Murphy, Mary Natrella, Jan Olsavsky Kipp, Meghan O’Neil, Joan Opiela, Mayra Ortiz, Antonio Osorio, Elizabeth Otto, Alicia Patterson, Joyce Ann Pethan, Elizabeth Pidgeon, Anne Piehl, Kay Pineiro, Monica Pointer, Jake Powell, John Pridnia, Noah Purdy, Chester Pyzik, Irene Pyzik, Bella Raffin, Mario Ramos, Matt Robinson, James Ryan, Basillio Rodriguez, Isabel Rodriguez, Melissa Roy, Minati Roy, Cynthia Schlaupitz, Bob Schoeni, Eugene Schwartz, Therese Sheffield, Don Shelton, Joseph Slawski, Eddie Smith, Liam St. John, Len Stenger, Mackenzie Stothers, Joseph Sweetman, Gerald Tilson, Victoria Tomalia, Fred Tomcala, Donna Turnmier, Robert Uriarte, Julio Violasenor, Marco Victoriano, Pota Vlatos, Hayden Watkins, Nathanial Watt, Mary Loretta Weg, Annette Weingate, Lisa Wolf-Novak, Mary Yacu, Imelda Yap, Linda Zara, Wilmer Zhinin, and Kathy Zukowski To add or remove a name: or call the office 734-663-0557.

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