Archbishop Allen Vigneron
Archbishop Allen Vigneron prohibited a talk by Francis DeBernardo for Catholics with gay family members. DeBernardo is the executive director of Maryland-based New Ways Ministry, an advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Catholics.
This week on Michigan Matters, with Pope Francis’ recent election, many wondered if his appointment might inspire change in the church. Host Carol Cain will sits down with Archbishop Allen Vigneron from the Archdiocese of […]
The leader of 1.3 million Roman Catholics in southeast Michigan says he’ll announce Monday the results of a review of a proposal to merge or close dozens of parishes.
While kids will be opening presents and playing with new toys, others will be attending morning church services and celebrating the birth of Jesus.
A shortage of priests and funds has lead the Archdiocese to move forward with a plan to consolidate some Catholic churches in Metro Detroit.
It appears that more individuals from metro Detroit are showing an interest in attending divinity schools, and the trend is crossing all age groups.
Not every city can say they have their own saint — but the city of Detroit can.
Detroit Catholic Archbishop Allen Vigneron joins WWJ to speak of September 11th and an interfaith service to be held today in commeration.