JFAN Detroit Spring 2020 Luncheon-Postponed to Fall 2020
Black Elk: A Saint For Our Times
Speakers: Joseph Daoust, SJ, and William White, Lakota
Officials of Black Elk's Cause for Canonization
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota
Rescheduled Date TBD
Detroit Athletic Club
241 Madison St.
Detroit, MI 48226
11:30 a.m. - Networking
12:00 noon - Luncheon and Program Begins
1:15 p.m. - Program Concludes
$45 per Individual Ticket
$360 for Sponsored Table of 8
$450 for Sponsored Table of 10
If you are purchasing a table of 8 or 10, we will contact you later by email to request the names of your guests.
Registration will open soon.
QUESTIONS? Email JesuitAlumDetroit@gmail.com
On February 11, Tom Chabolla, president of Jesuit Volunteer Corps, gave a presentation on Forming Great-Souled Persons: The Power of JVC's Core Values,
On November 6, 2019, Fr. Gerald Cavanagh, S.J., gave a presentation on Pope Francis and the Holy Father's "Laudato Si'," the 2015 encyclical letter on "Care For Our Common Home." Fr. Cavanagh discussed the Pope's letter, climate change, globalization and related issues. The full video of his presentation is below.
About JFAN Detroit
The Jesuit Friends and Alumni Network (JFAN) of Detroit serves as a networking and fellowship organization for those with connection to the Jesuits. The Jesuit Friends and Alumni of Detroit gathers for food, fellowship and inspiration.
Mary Gressen– Chair
Frank Brady, Chair WUJA Congress
Gary Wright, SJ – Jesuit Liaison