Lake Orion, MI – Updated September 2018 (from June 2018) – Continuing a tradition 60 years in the making, Guest House announces this year’s Annual Detroit Bishop’s Dinner will take place Thursday, October 18, in the heart of Detroit.
Hosted by Archbishop of Detroit Allen H. Vigneron, this signature evening of fellowship and inspiration begins with 4:30 p.m. Mass at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit, the mother church of the Archdiocese of Detroit. A reception and dinner follow at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
According to Jeff Henrich, Guest House president and chief executive officer, “This year, we are delighted and proud to share that the alumnus speaker will be Rev. Mark S. Stelzer, S.Th.D. He will highlight his own journey, sharing his profound gratitude and reminding us that treatment works and recovery is possible.”
Distinguished Guest House award recipients include Barbara M. Fisher, “Sister Letitia Close, BVM, Award,” Robert A. Babinski, “Bishop Kevin M. Britt Award” and (unable to attend but pleased to be honored) His Eminence Joseph W. Cardinal Tobin, C.Ss.R., Archbishop of Newark, “Edmund Cardinal Szoka Sensus Ecclesiae Leadership Award.” Jack Krasula joins us as master of ceremonies.
Reservations for seating at the DIA range from $295 per person to $2,500 for a table sponsorship (eight seats). Additional sponsorship opportunities are available. In celebration of the event’s 60th anniversary, honor and memorial tributes will be available to be included in the evening’s program book.
Visit GuestHouse.org for event details, sponsorship information or honor/memorial donations, or contact Karen Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-393-8933. Funds raised by the Annual Detroit Bishop’s Dinner support the healing ministry of Guest House.
Guest House, Inc., included in the Official Catholic Directory, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, licensed and CARF accredited health care provider and specializes in addiction treatment for Catholic clergy and religious, since 1956. It is governed by a Board of Trustees, comprised of 14 individuals including lay people and religious from throughout the United States.