Juventutem Anniversary 2016

by Paul S on May 24, 2016

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On May 24, 2004, the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians, the word “Juventutem” was first used between the founders to describe an apostolate that would bring Catholic young adults together for Traditional Latin Masses – both at the … Click to continue

This message comes from the Bureau of the FIJ.  Captions for the photos may be found at the FIJ’s original posting.

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
On 29 February 2016

Dear Juventutem members and supporters,

We, the members of the … Click to continue

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During this Holy Year of Mercy convoked by Pope Francis, the young adults of Juventutem Michigan aim to come together with young adults across the state in the course of the summer for prayer and confession … Click to continue

Whether or not an official social is organized, many Juventutem young adults will be heading to Washington D.C. for March for Life 2016.

Friday morning – Low Masses

Canon Aaron Huberfeld ICRSS and Canon Michael Stein ICRSS will each celebrate … Click to continue

 

On the Friday after Christmas – which is this year, the Octave of the Nativity, we’ll be attending 2:00 p.m. Holy Day Mass in Windsor and then gathering for dinner and Christmas caroling.

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Silent Retreat: Fully Subscribed! + Interest Form

September 23, 2015 Read the full article
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We’re happy to report that, on the day that Pope Francis first landed in the United States, our last room was reserved for this October’s Silent Retreat!

47 young adults (26 young men and 21 young women) have paid … Click to continue

Juventutem returns to The Michigan Catholic

August 10, 2015 Read the full article
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Juventutem members find ‘voice of heaven’ in traditional Latin Mass
Michigan chapter, first in U.S., leads nationwide growth in devotion to Tridentine liturgy
Karla Dorweiler | Special to The Michigan Catholic

Fr. Clint McDonell elevates the host during a traditional Latin Mass on July 31 at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit. The Mass, during which Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron gave the homily, was the second hosted at the cathedral by the burgeoning young adult group Juventutem. Fr. Clint McDonell elevates the host during a traditional… Click to continue

Silent Ignatian Retreat for Young Adults (18-35)

July 20, 2015 Read the full article
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With the assistance of a great local order, this October, Juventutem Michigan is organizing a silent retreat for young men and young women, 18 to 35 years old, married and single.

Together we will undertake the Spiritual Exercises of St. … Click to continue

“Show the Beauty of the Latin Mass” campaign on GoFundMe

July 8, 2015 Read the full article
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As explained more fully at our crowdfunding campaign page – Show the Beauty of the Latin Mass – we are presently raising funds to assist with our efforts to organize and promote beautiful opportunities to pray … Click to continue

Pontifical Mass & Summer Social Dance

June 11, 2015 Read the full article
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On Friday evening, June 26th, Bishop Earl Boyea will celebrate a Traditional Latin Mass at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Brighton at 7:00 p.m. All ages are welcome to pray this Mass. The Mass will be preceded by … Click to continue