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Antiochian

St. James Church
310 S. Putnam,
Williamston, Michigan 48895
(517) 655-4788


Greek

Holy Trinity
1701 E. Saginaw,
Lansing, Michigan  48912
(517) 482-7315

America

Annunciation Church
2573 Hillside Dr NW
Walker, Michigan 49554-1929
248- 569-4833


The Ascension of
The Lord Monastery

15143 Sheridan Rd
Clinton, Michigan 49236
517-456-4474

Chapel of the Nativity
of the Ever Virgin Mary

2522 Grey Tower Rd
Grass Lake
Michigan 49201-9120
517-522-4800

Church of the Descent
of the Holy Spirit

31500 Ryan Rd.
Warren, Michigan 48092
810-939-0140


Holy Ascension Church
810 Austin Ave.
Albion, Michigan 49224
517-629-6345


Holy Transfiguration Church
36075 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Livonia, Michigan 48152
248-476-3432


Holy Trinity Church
20500 Anglin
Detroit, Michigan 48234
313-366-0677


Monastery of the Dormition
of the Holy Mother of God

3389 Rives Eaton Rd.
Rives Junction, Michigan 49277
5517-569-2873


St. Demetrius
Church Accessible

3043 Seymour Rd
Jackson, Michigan 49204
(517) 784-0116


St. George Cathedral
18405 W. Nine Mile
Southfield, Michigan 48075
248-569-4833


St. John the Divine Church
1094 Drouillard Rd.
Windsor, Ontario N8Y 2P8
519/258-8668


St. Mark Church
400 W. Hamlin Rd.
Rochester, Michigan 48307
248-656-1630


St. Mary Magdalene Church
2439 S Long Lake Rd
Fenton, Michigan 48430
810-750-1701


St. Nicholas Church
2143 S Center Rd
Burton, Michigan 48519
810-744-0070


St. Nicholas Church
5353 Livernois Rd.
Troy, Michigan 48098
248-879-8804


St. Paul Cathedral
700 Beech Daly Rd.
Dearborn Heights
Michigan 48127
313-565-9863


St. Raphael of
Brooklyn Church

23300 W Davison Ave
Detroit, Michigan 48223
313-533-3437


St. Thomas Church
29150 Ten Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills
Michigan 48336
248-471-1059


SS Peter and Paul Church
750 N. Beech Daly,
Dearborn Heights
Michigan 48127
313-274-9651


SS Peter and Paul Church
3810 Gilbert St.
Detroit, Michigan 48210
313-897-3308

Russian

St. Andrew
1216 Greencrest
East Lansing, Michigan  48823
351-4627


Roman Catholic
Eastern

Byznatine Rite

Church of St Andrew Dung-Lac
5430 S Washington Ave
Lansing, Michigan 48911
(517) 882-8205

Melkite

St. Joseph Melkite Catholic Church
921 Westover Circe
Lansing, Michigan 48917
(517) 575-6264

Roman Catholic
Western

 

All Saints Parish
G-4063 W Pierson Rd
Flint, Michigan  48504
(810) 787-0491

Blessed Sacrament Parish
6340 Roberta
Burton, Michigan  48509

(810) 742-3151

Cathedral of St Mary
219 Seymour
Lansing, Michigan  48933
(517) 484-5332

Catholic Community of St Jude
801 North Bridge
Dewitt, Michigan  48820

(517) 669-8335

Christ the King Catholic Church
2630 N. Earhart Place
Ann Arbor, Michigan  48105

(734) 665-5040

Christ The King Parish
1832 Seymour St
Flint, Michigan  48503

(810) 233-0402

Christo Rey Parish
201 W. Miller Rd
Lansing, Michigan  48911

(517) 394-4639

Church of the Resurrection
1531 E Michigan Ave
Lansing, Michigan  48912

482-4749

Flint Newman Center
609 E. Fifth Ave
Flint, Michigan  48506

810) 239-0911

Good Shepherd Parish
400 N Saginaw
Montrose, Michigan  48457

(810) 639-7600

Holy Family Parish
11824 S Saginaw St
Grand Blanc, Michigan  48439

(810) 694-4891

Holy Family Parish
620 N Mabbit Rd
Ovid, Michigan  48866

517) 834-5855

Holy Redeemer Parish
1227 E Bristol Rd
Burton, Michigan  48529

(810) 743-3050

Holy Rosary Parish
5199 Richfield Rd
Flint, Michigan  48506

(810) 736-4040

Holy Spirit Parish
9565 Musch Road
Hamburg, Michigan 48139
(734) 231-9199

Holy Trinity Student Chapel
511 West Forest
Ypsilanti, Michigan  48197

(734) 482-1400

Immaculate Conception Parish
420 North St,
Milan, Michigan  48160

(734) 439-2667

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish
3815 S Cedar St
Lansing, Michigan  48910

(517) 393-3030

Most Holy Trinity Parish
545 N Maple St
Fowler, Michigan  48835

(517) 593-2162

Our Lady of Fatima Parish
913 Napoleon Rd
Michigan Center, Michigan  49254

(517) 764-2088

Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
G-2316 W Coldwater Rd
Flint, Michigan 48505

(810) 787-5701

Queen of The Miraculous
Medal Parish

606 S Wisner St
Jackson, Michigan  49203

(517) 783-2748

Sacred Heart Parish
207 S Market St
Hudson, Michigan  49247

(517) 448-3811

SS Charles & Helena Parish
230 E Vienna St
Clio, Michigan  48420

(810) 686-9861

St Agnes Parish
855 E Grand River
Fowlerville, Michigan  48836

(517) 223-8684

St Andrew Dung-Lac Parish
5430 S Washington Ave
Lansing, Michigan  48911

(517) 882-8205

St Andrew Parish
910 Austin Dr
Saline, Michigan  48176

(734) 429-5210

St Ann Parish
312 S. Main St
Bellevue, Michigan  49021

(616) 763-9372

St Anthony Parish
11 N Broad St
Hillsdale, Michigan  49242

(517) 437-3305

St Augustine Parish
6481 Fausset Rd
Howell, Michigan  48843

(517) 546-9807

St Casimir Parish
815 Sparrow Ave
Lansing, Michigan  48910

(517) 482-1346

St Catherine Laboure Parish
211 Hanover St
Concord, Michigan  49237

(517) 524-7578

St Dominic Parish
220 Brown St
Clinton, Michigan  49236

(517) 456-4559

St Elizabeth Parish
506 N Union St
Tecumseh, Michigan  49286

(517) 423-2447

St Francis of Assisi Parish
2150 Frieze Ave
Ann Arbor, Michigan  48104

(734) 769-2550

St Francis Xavier Parish
212 Center St
Otisville, Michigan  48463

(810) 631-6305

St Gerard Parish
4437 W Willow St
Lansing, Michigan  48917

(517) 323-2379

St Isidore Parish
310 Crum St
Laingsburg, Michigan  48848
(517) 651-6722

St James Parish
1010 S Lansing St
Mason, Michigan  48854

(517) 676-9111

St John the Evangelist
404 N Dayton St
Davison, Michigan  48423

(810) 653-2377

St John Student Parish
327 M.A.C. Avenue
East Lansing, Michigan  48823

(517) 337-9778

St John The Baptist (Hartland)
2099 Hacker Rd
Howell, Michigan  48843

(517) 546-7200

St John The Baptist Parish
410 W Cross St
Ypsilanti, Michigan  48197

(734) 483-3360 zzz

Roman Catholic
Western

St John the Evangelist Parish
711 Cooper St
Jackson, Michigan  49201

(517) 784-0553

St John The Evangelist Parish
600 N Adelaide St
Fenton, Michigan  48430

(810) 629-2251

St John Vianney Parish
2415 Bagley St
Flint, Michigan  48504

(810) 235-1812

St Joseph Church
915 E. Oliver St
Owosso, Michigan  48867

(517) 725-5215

St Joseph Parish
415 Ormsby St
Adrian, Michigan  49221

(517) 265-8938

St Joseph Parish
9425 Whittaker Rd
Ypsilanti, Michigan  48197

734) 461-6555

St Joseph Parish
3430 Dover St
Dexter, Michigan  48130

(734) 426-8483

St Joseph Parish
118 E Lord St
Gaines, Michigan  48436

(517) 271-8434

St Joseph Parish
440 E Washington
Howell, Michigan  48843

(517) 546-0090

St Joseph Parish
109 Linden St
Saint Johns, Michigan  48879

(517) 224-8994

St Joseph Shrine
8743 US 12
Brooklyn, Michigan  49230

(517) 467-2183

St Jude Catholic Church
801 N Brdge
Dewitt, Michigan  48820

(517) 669-8335

St Mark The Evangelist Parish
7296 Gale Rd
Goodrich, Michigan 48438

(810) 636-2216

St Martha Parish
1100 West Grand River
Okemos, Michigan  48864

(517) 349-1763

St Mary Magdalen Parish
2201 S. Old US 23 Highway
Brighton, Michigan  48114

229-8624

St Mary of Good Counsel Parish
305 Division St
Adrian, Michigan  49221
(517) 263-4681

St Mary of Good Counsel Parish
305 Division St
Adrian, Michigan  49221
(517) 263-4681

St Mary On The Lake Parish
450 Manitou Rd
Manitou Beach, Michigan  49253
(517) 547-7496

St Mary Parish
14200 Old US 12
Chelsea, Michigan  48118
(734) 475-7561

St Mary Parish
210 W Main St
Manchester, Michigan  48158
(734) 428-8811

St Mary Parish
812 St Mary Blvd
Charlotte, Michigan  48813
(517) 543-4319

St Mary Parish
2500 N Franklin Ave
Flint, Michigan  48506
(810) 232-4012

St Mary Parish
509 N Main St
Morrice, Michigan  48857
(517) 625-4260

St Mary Parish
11110 N Saginaw St
Mt Morris, Michigan 48458
(810) 686-3920

St Mary Parish
201 Westphalia St
Westphalia, Michigan  48894
(517) 587-4201

St Mary Parish
157 High St
Williamston, Michigan  48895
(517) 655-2620

St Mary Parish
700 Columbia Dr.
Durand, Michigan  48429
(517) 288-6704

St Mary Queen of Angels Parish
7563 Mary St
Swartz Creek, Michigan  48473
(810) 635-3240

St Mary Star of The Sea Parish
120 E Wesley St
Jackson, Michigan  49201
(517) 784-7184

St Mary Student Parish
331 Thompson St
Ann Arbor, Michigan  48104
(734) 663-0557

St Mary`s Church
551 E Hamburg St
Pinckney, Michigan  48169
(734) 878-3161

St Matthew Parish
706 Beach St
Flint, Michigan  48502
(810) 232-0880

St Michael Parish
609 E Fifth Ave.
Flint, Michigan  48503
(810) 238-2679

St Michael Parish
345 Edwards
Grand Ledge, Michigan  48837
(517) 627-8493

St Patrick Parish
5671 Whitmore Lk Rd
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
(734) 662-8141

St Patrick Parish
711 Rickett Rd
Brighton, Michigan  48116
(810) 229-9863

St Paul Parish
111 N Howell St
Owosso, Michigan  48867
(517) 723-4277

St Peter Parish
515 E Knight St
Eaton Rapids, Michigan  48827
(517) 663-4735

St Peter The Apostle Parish
309 S Lane St
Blissfield, Michigan  49228
(517) 486-2156

St Pius X Parish
G-3139 Hogarth Ave
Flint, Michigan  48532
(810) 235-8574

St Rita Parish
10720 Hayes Rd
Clarklake, Michigan  49234
(517) 592-5470

St Robert Bellarmine Parish
310 N Cherry St
Flushing, Michigan  48433
(810) 659-2501

St Stanislaus Kostka Parish
608 S Elm Ave
Jackson, Michigan  49203
(517) 784-0551

St Therese Parish
102 W Randolph St
Lansing, Michigan  48906
(517) 487-3749

St Thomas Aquinas Parish
955 Alton Rd
East Lansing, Michigan  48823
(517) 351-7215

St Thomas the Apostle Parish
517 Elizabeth St
Ann Arbor, Michigan  48104
(734) 761-8606

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Catholics, there's more than you think

For an in depth look Wikipedia is a good source to start the search.

Jesus and the Apostles assumed that Christianity would stay within and become Judaism. Christians would go to the temple and participate and them continue on to practice Christianity with those who were Christians.

This went on for awhile and then the Jews threw the Christians out, lock, stock, and barrel. This meant that Christians had to bring together a complete practice of their faith without participating in Judaism. And additional assumption that was in error was that it was thought that Jesus would be back in their lifetime, so much of the nuts and bolts of Judaism was left out. In fact it was commonly urged not to marry or have children. Instead concentrate on your faith.

It became apparent that maybe this was not the right decision. Also there were many, many versions of Christianity. Gnostic was a broad term for those who dealt with knowledge and considered that all in Christianity were equal in the eyes of God.

It became apparent that in the Fourth Century when Constantine the Great considered his vision of a cross, he displayed the emblem during battle and is credited with victory for his Roman army.

Constantine made Christianity the official religion of Rome, but understood that if he was to be Christian, he needed to stabilize the faith and it would be best, in his opinion, if it replicated his authority as emperor of Rome.

This meant standardizing the teachings and the practices and he sent for representatives from the patriarchs of Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem (Greek), and Rome. The first Council of Nicaea (in 325) to stabilize and set standards for Christianity.

Among the Patriarchs' traditions,  Rome set itself  apart from the rest of the Church and both the Orthodox and the Roman Catholic Patriarchs (Pope in Rome) excommunicated the other. The Pope was second and therefore was excommunicated before any of the Patriarchs were proclaimed excommunicated by the Pope.

In essence, the Orthodox Church has not modernized, whereas Rome has made specific efforts to do so.

The Orthodox Church allows for priest to come into the ordination already married. Married priest may only stay priest. Those that came from being a Monk, not married, can rise through the church and become bishops and some a Patriarch.

The Roman Catholics do not allow for married priests, except if ordained in another denomination and then converts to Catholicism and steps into the role of priest.

EXCEPT: if it is the Eastern side of Roman Catholicism. Everything is identical to the Orthodox Church, including married priests. The only way to tell the difference is during mass (Divine Liturgy) where prayers and blessing are for the Pope, not the Patriarch.

It makes it confusing to Roman Catholics and the Roman Catholic Priests why priest cannot marry. There is a quiet assumption to the concern of inheritance of church property by the descendents of the priests. This is not confirmed, but is assumed the main reason.

Our American Flag Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord. Psalm 33:12



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