CSA 2021

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May 2021

Catholic Services Appeal (CSA) from Fr. Paul

Dear Friends in Christ,

By way of this letter, I am asking for your support in this year’s Catholic Services Appeal (CSA). Through its many ministries and programs, our parish and many people in southeast Michigan experience the hope and peace the Lord Jesus has to Give?

You are, through your gift to the CSA touching the lives of hundreds of thousands of people throughout the Archdiocese of Detroit and beyond.  There are more than 170 ministries, programs, and services that bring true hope and true light to individuals and families every day.

The list of engagement, outreach, and service of the CSA is an extensive one and includes support for Vocations, Youth Ministries, Hispanic Ministries, Christian Services, Catholic Schools, Black Catholic Ministries and Communications to name a few, but it all comes down to building relationships in Jesus’ name.  And, this engagement is made possible thanks to you and your gifts to support these efforts.

During the pandemic, I have heard many people say, “we are in this together.” For Catholics, this rings true in a very particular way.  We are called by Christ to be his arms and feet.  We have been sent to support and to love those around us.

Thank you in advance for considering a gift to the Catholic Services Appeal.  You are helping to bring Christ to others, and for that I am grateful.

You can make a gift of a pledge to this year’s Catholic Services Appeal by visiting www.givecsa.org or by mail.  Thank you, for the generosity you have extended. [Checks should be made payable to AOD-CSA.  If you have questions please call Vicki Mazurek at 248.545.2310].  Thank you for the generosity you have extended.

This year our CSA goal is $37,746.  As in other years, our parish will receive 100% of all donations after we have reached our CSA goal so your gift will also directly benefit our parish.

Please be assured of my prayers and my gratitude.  Thank you, and may God continue to bless you and all those you love.


Fr. Paul