• Congratulations Fr. Tony & Fr. Mike

    Soul Men

    “Soul Men”

    First place winners at the “Pastor’s Got Talent”

    North Kent Community Services fundraising event!

    So much fun in support of a wonderful organization!




    Three videos for your viewing pleasure!





  • Blessing of the Pets


    Pets 5

    In honor of St. Francis on his Feast Day, October 4th, Fr. Mike and Fr. Tony blessed the pets of OLC families and friends.

    Thank you to all who where able to take some time on Saturday morning to celebrate St. Francis and recognize the wonderful gift of our pets.


    Other Photos

  • Adult Mission is Underway

    Right Here at OLC!

    Volunteers are working on every part of our property to clean up, fix up and repair our parish home.

    Stay tuned for details on their success as we progress through the week!

    Our thanks to Julie Buehler who coordinated the effort and all those committed to our mission at home!


    Facebook_extra_coming_soon-300x300In the coming weeks Our Lady of Consolation will launch our own app for iPhone and Android smart phones. The app is very well designed and very intuitive. It will be a great resource for parishioners by providing daily Mass readings, Catholic news and prayers, convenient prayer and Confession reminders, our bulletins and more. This will also allow us to better communicate with you throughout the week and keep you updated with relevant parish news or updates.

    We hope this new tool will help you to grow in your Catholic faith, connect in community and invite others to join you in your journey!
    I want to be one of the first to pilot the app!  Click to share your interest!



    Saturday February 7th

    Theme: “Be True to Your School!”

    Spirit Spirit, we have spirit, how about you? ! Come show your school spirit by sporting your favorite elementary, middle school, high school or college attire. This night is a lot of fun, however, the planning committee needs your help!
     Informational meeting Thursday, October 2 at 6:30PM in the Guadalupe Room.
    Please read about the following areas to see where your strengths fit best.

    Donations: We need help with phone calls to previous donors to see if we can count on their support. We also need people to seek new possible donors.
    Raffles: We need someone to come up with raffles for the evening. We can keep some of the ones we have used in the past, but are looking for new ideas as well.
    Decorations: This night needs a little decor.
    Set up and Tear down: We need someone in charge of getting tables, chairs and miscellaneous items out of storage. That same person who gets stuff out is the best to put things back (you have help).
    Casino: Everyone loves the casino games. We own a Black Jack and Roulette table. We need someone to find dealers, count chips, etc.
    Ticket Sales: We sell tickets after Mass and online. We need someone in charge of this.
    PR: Like every great event, we need to get the word out to the Parish, the school, and the community. Someone to create flyers and put them up at local businesses, put ads in the bulletin and some social media.
    Sponsors: Fundraisers work the best when the cost of raffles, food, etc., is sponsored by companies or people. We need someone who can tweak a sponsorship program.
    Check In and Check Out: Someone to help check people in the night of and check them out. We have a great software program. We need detailed people to help enter things correctly. These people can also help with entering things into the system to help familiarize themselves with the program before the night of.
    Volunteer Coordinator: The day before, night of, and the day after take many volunteers to help make it run. We need someone to help create schedules on Sign Up Genius and old-fashioned sign up boards. That person walks around the night of to make sure volunteers are set. If your strengths match any of our needs we would love to meet with you!

    Please help spread the word! If you have any questions before then, please email me at jamie.noeker@gmail.com
    Thank you, The OLCEF Planning Committee


  • Fr. Mike’s Musings 10-12-2014

    In the Gospel this week we see that Jesus is becoming frustrated that there remain some people who won’t listen to Him. At the core of His frustration is that Jesus wants us to acknowledge God through Him, even in the face of persecution and ridicule. Even when we are in a state of sinfulness,… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 10-05-2014

    Respect Life Sunday This weekend and throughout the month of October the Church celebrates Respect Life Sunday. The theme for this year is EACH of us is a MASTERPIECE of God’s creation. The Catholic Church boldly proclaims that human life is sacred and is a gift from God. We who are Christians must respect and… Read more

  • Russo’s Reflections 09/21/2014

    Priests Convocation This week Bishop Walkowiak and many of the priests from the diocese will travel to Shanty Creek in Bellaire, MI for our annual convocation. This is a time for us to gather as brother priests to pray, study, fellowship, relax, enjoy fine food and drink. Please keep us in your prayers throughout the… Read more

  • Fr. Mike’s Musings 09/14/2014

    The words of the popular hymn “Lift High the Cross” beautifully express the sentiments that are exhibited today on the feast of the Exaltation of the Cross (a.k.a. Triumph of the Cross or Feast of the Holy Cross). The Church celebrates this feast for two reasons: 1) to recall an event that proved to be… Read more

  • Fr. Mike’s “Did You Know?” 09/07/14

    A Sacksy Story On this date, 7 September A.D. 70, four Roman legions under the command of the future emperor of Rome, Titus Flavius, overran Jewish rebels holding Jerusalem during the 1st Jewish Revolt, sacking and burning the Second Temple and much of the city. The destruction of the Temple and the resulting diaspora (scattering)… Read more

  • Fr. Mike’s Musings 08-31-2014

    During the past couple of weeks there has been much ado made about a fundraising practice called the “Ice Bucket Challenge”. Participants allow themselves to be doused with a bucket of ice water in return for donations to  fund research into a treatment/cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). But at the same time… Read more

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