Faith Sharing Groups

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Small Groups can make the difference!
Small Groups offers a wonderful opportunity to connect with other parishoners while enriching our faith. Those involved in small groups consistently cite a greater feeling of community as well as better clarity in what it means to live out their faith on a daily basis. 

This Lent, join a parish small group and find inspiration to serve God wherever He has placed you.

Does giving half of your sandwich to a homeless person count as “feeding the hungry”?

Does buying a coffee for a coworker count as “giving drink to the thirsty”? 

Kerry Weber – a young, single, busy New Yorker – had done these things, but she knew she could do more. Weber decided to commit forty days to practicing the seven Corporal Works of Mercy in a meaningful way. 

Small Faith Groups are all led by St. Francis parishoners and meet on different days and times throughout the week. Choose the time that best suits your schedule. 

For more information, contact Kelly Hernandez at or 734-821-2122.

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Fall 2015

Laudato Si: On Care for our Common Home

Pope Francis

Lent 2014
Our One Great
Act of Fidelity

by Fr. Ronald
Rolheiser, OMI

Fall 2013
Cross Roads
by William P. Young


Lent 2013
My Life with the Saints
Fr. James Martin, SJ

Fall 2012
Tattoos on the Heart
Fr. Gregory Boyle, SJ

Lent 2012
Seven Last Words
by Alice Camille

Fall 2011
Living Your Strengths
by Albert Winseman,
Donald Clifton and
Curt Liesveld

Lent 2011
Mass Is Never Ended
by Gregory Pierce
Fall 2010
Have a Little Faith
by Mitch Albom

Lent 2010
Heroic Living
by Chris Lowny

Fall 2009
The Shack
by William P. Young
Lent 2009
Finding God in
Troubled Times

Richard Hauser, SJ