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Christmas Message from Sr. Rosemarie

Christmas Blessings! Christmas is family time – a time for giving to and receiving from those to whom we relate.  Our Home Visitors mission embodied from the outset on the streets of Detroit and on the roads of Nigeria and … Continue reading

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Photos from Oct 9 Gala

The SHVM Fundraising Gala at  St. John Armenian Center in Southfield, MI, on October 9, was a wonderful event.  The Gala featured top notch music, theater and dance performances highlighted by a theater program under direction of Gina Ellis, storytelling by Satori … Continue reading

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Adopt a Sister!

Help Educate the Sisters Can you find an Organization or Family to Adopt a Sister in studying for her degree in Nigeria?  $2,000 US would cover living expenses for one year or fees. Sr. Mary Martha Mbah is in her … Continue reading

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Upcoming Gala – Sunday, Oct 9

The soon-to-arrive SHVM Fundraising Gala on Sunday, October 9, promises to be a wonderful event.  To be held this year at the beautiful St. John Armenian Center in Southfield, MI, the gala will feature top notch music, theater and dance … Continue reading

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HVM News from Nigeria

MOVING TOGETHER IN HOPE Plenty of HVM good news from Nigeria!  Sr. Rosemarie Abate returned to Detroit from a month-long visit with her HVM Sisters in Nigeria.  She is delighted to share from her trip, highlighted by the joy of … Continue reading

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Thank you from Ichama

Dear Sr. Rosemarie, Thank you so much to the children of Holy Name School.  May God continue to bless them and crown with success their every good effort.  And thank you for your efforts, Sister, especially for the efforts you … Continue reading

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Holy Name School 1st Grade Missionaries

First grade students at Holy Name Catholic School in Birmingham, MI, raised more than $400 for Little Angels School in Ichama, Nigeria. First grade teacher Mrs. Zanda Mitchell prepared our future mission-conscious Christians by leading her first graders in a … Continue reading

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