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Michigan Matters: Archdiocese Of Detroit Faces Challenges

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Brooks Patterson, Kelly Rossman-McKinney and John Truscott join host Carol Cain to talk about Lansing and Detroit and the issues  that bind the two during "Michigan Matters airing Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62.

Brooks Patterson, Kelly Rossman-McKinney and John Truscott join host Carol Cain to talk about Lansing and Detroit and the issues that bind the two during “Michigan Matters airing Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62.

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By Carol Cain
CBS62

Just as the General Motors, Ford and the city of Detroit have eachgone through major changes as the economy and market place has changed, so too the Archdiocese of Detroit.

That according to Archbishop Allen Vigneron who appeared on “Michigan Matters” and talked about the challenges before one of the country’s largest and oldest archdiocese.

Archbishoip  Vigneron also discussed  Pope Francis who was elected by Cardinals at the Vatican last month. He offered thoughts about the new pope and his imprint on the Catholic church.

Then Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, and spinmasters Kelly Rossman-McKinney and John Truscott join the roundtable to talk about the issues that connect Detroit and Lansing.

They vette the controversies over Right To Work which was implement in Michigan lat week and the appointment of Kevyn Orr as the Emergency Financial Manager for Detroit by Gov. Rick Snyder.

Patterson also talked about his Medical Mainstreet venture  which he launched several year ago to tap in to the growing medical field.

Watch “Michigan Matters” 11:30 am Sunday on CBS 62.

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