Maida Alumni Library Inside

Maida Alumni Library Inside

The Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library is located in Orchard Lake, Michigan. The Library serves the students of SS. Cyril and Methodius Seminary and St. Mary’s Preparatory as well as the clients of the Polish Mission.

Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library

Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library

The library is also home to a collection entirely in Polish on a number of topics and is also home to a rare book collection that focuses on Poland and Polonia.

Library Collections

Library Collections

The library has more than 96,000 volumes and 150 subscriptions to academic journals. The library is also a part of OCLC.

Special Events & Exhibits

Special Events & Exhibits

This Web site is intended to inform our community of developments and emerging models for the creation, sharing, publishing, and archiving of scholarship. We will regularly update the site with information about developing issues, policy debates, tools you can use, and proposed models.

Polish & Rare Books

Polish & Rare Books

The library’s Rare Book Room houses Polish-language books published before 1946, and books in other languages which are considered Rare because of age, subject matter, fragility, or provenance.

Individualized Research

Individualized Research

We also accept appointments for more in-depth individualized research needs. Please call or email the library if you wish to have extended one-on-one time with a librarian.

News Archive

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Welcome to the Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library. Feel free to contact us!

Congratulations Class of 2014

 

We are all so very proud of each and every one of you!  Let your light shine and guide you!

Blessings,

Caryn Noel & the Library Team

 

 

Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy

Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy

A Saint Luke Production! 

 

 

Where:

Shrine Chapel of the  

Orchard Lake Schools 

3535 Commerce Road

Orchard Lake, MI 48324

 

 

Driving Directions

When:

Thursday – May 15, 2014

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST

 

General Seating:

     Doors Open at 6:30 PM

     

 

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St. Faustina is coming to the Shrine Chapel of the Orchard Lake Schools.  Come meet St. Faustina in this live-multimedia drama and listen to her
message of 
Divine Mercy!      TRAILER     

 

Thursday, May 15 @ 7:00 PM

 

For more info click the link below!  

 

For more times and locations click St. Luke Productions

 

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Click to Order Tickets Online

 

   Questions?  divinemercy@fortunatepro.com

     734-748-3988

 

 Please forward to someone who might like to attend!

 

Click the image for Novena   

      Chaplet of the Divine Mercy      
The Hour of Mercy

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Congratulations to the 2014 SS. Cyril & Methodius Seminary Graduates!

May God Bless and keep you in your travels!

 

Master of Divinity

Rev. Mr. Marcin L. Chilczuk

Adam Falk

Rev. Mr. Piotr A. Kmiecik

Rev. Mr. Maciej M. Stelmach

Rev. Mr. Adam Urbaniak

 

Completion of the Program of Priestly Formation

 Rev. Mr. Cezariusz W. Jastrzebski

 

Master of Arts in Theology

Adam Falk

Esam Naoum

Jennie M. Sinatra

Rev. Mr. Maciej Stelmach

Rev. Mr. Michael A. Somervell

Rev. Robert Szczechura

 

Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry

Julie A. Sartori

 

 

 

The works of the Blessed John Paul II

 

Throughout the month of April, the Library celebrates the life and work of the Blessed John Paul II with visual displays and artifacts of his trips here at Orchard Lake.  Students, faculty and the surrounding community are encouraged to walk among the Blesseds artifacts and share their favorite memories of his unique papacy.

During this time, the Library has found some surplus copies of John Paul II works to share at a modest price.  Most books are hardcover; prices range from $4 – 15.  Selections vary daily.  All proceeds benefit the library.

 

2014 Master of Art Comprehensive Examinations

 

 

Rev. Robert Szczechura

Topic:  The Christological Aspects of the Collects of the Sundays of Lent

Date:  9 April 9:00 am

Board:  Rev. Gregory Banazak, Msgr. Thomas Machalski, Rev. William Wegher

Mr. Esam Naoum

Topic:  The Holy See’s Decision to Recognize the Validity of a Eucharist Celebrated according to the Anaphora of Addai and Mari is an Epoch-making Decision

Date:  9 April  1:00 pm

Board:  Rev. Gregory Banazak, Rev. Louis Madey, Dr. Josh Genig

Rev. Mr. Maciej Stelmach

Topic:  Moral evaluation of the decision on the sex of the baby in circumstances of being born hermaphrodite.

Date:  23 April  9:00 am

Board:  Rev. Gregory Banazak, Rev. Robert Marczewski, Msgr. Francis Koper

Mr. Adam Falk

Topic:  The Concept of the Just War and its Development throughout History

Date:  28 April 9:00 am

Board:  Rev. Gregory Banazak, Rev. Louis Madey, Rev. Leonard Obloy

Ms. Jennie Sinatra

Topic:  Pope Francis’ Approach to Mary Fulfills the Need for Liturgical Spirituality Rebirth.

Date:  30 April 9:00 am

Board:  Rev. Gregory Banazak, Msgr. Francis Koper, Dr. Josh Genig

All the exams will take place at the lower level of the Library

 

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