Spotlights

What’s next on the road to sainthood?

What’s next on the road to sainthood?

Hear from Fr. Edward Foley, Capuchin, vice-postulator of the Cause for Canonization of Blessed Solanus Casey.

Spiritual Communion

Spiritual Communion

Solanus would urge people who couldn't get to Mass or receive Communion to ask Jesus to come spiritually into their hearts. He himself did this throughout the day, even when he did celebrate Mass and receive Communion. A friend of his heard him speak so often about Spiritual Communion that he asked him one day how to actually go about doing it. Solanus told him: "Please come to me in spiritual communion. Send your body and blood gushing through my veins. Send your love into my heart, my soul and my mind. Lift me up to your bosom and infuse me with your divine love. Amen."

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Solanus Casey Center Online Gift Shop remains open

The online gift shop is still open.

Hour-long documentary on Blessed Solanus coming to Detroit Public Television on December 26

Hour-long documentary on Blessed Solanus coming to Detroit Public Television on December 26

Producer/Director Keith Famie announces his latest film “Blessed Solanus Casey’s Journey to Sainthood” will debut on Detroit Public Television/PBS, narrated by well-known TV and radio personality Chuck Gaidica, on December 26, 2019 at 9:00 pm as a holiday special.

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Order Bl. Solanus Casey Book

Now available! A new book on the life, ministry and road to sainthood of Blessed Solanus. Part of the Arcadia Publishing Images of America series, written by former Detroit Free Press religion reporter Patricia Montemurri.

What is more powerful than the power of prayer?

What is more powerful than the power of prayer?

We encourage all of our Blessed Solanus Casey devotees to pray the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the prayer for the Canonization of Blessed Solanus Casey.

Join the Father Solanus Guild Today

Join the Father Solanus Guild Today

Guild membership is one of the most important ways to support our work. The Guild began in 1960 as a movement of lay people devoted to Fr. Solanus. Today, we depend on the prayers, encouragement, and support of people like you all around the world.