The Capuchin Retreat is a center of Franciscan spirituality and retreat situated on 95 wooded acres in Washington Township, Michigan.
This beautiful park-like setting provides a fantastic respite from busy daily life. With a focus on the Spirit of the Franciscan tradition of hospitality and simplicity, the facilities include a dining hall, gorgeous walking trails, and gift shop.
Since 1929 and inspired by St. Francis of Assisi, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen has provided meals, fellowship, and community to people on the East Side of Detroit through its two meal sites and other programs, including:
Since 2002, this center has served as a spiritual oasis in the heart of Detroit reflecting the Franciscan spirituality of Blessed Solanus Casey, the humble Porter of St. Bonaventure.
In life, Blessed Solanus Casey spoke in a soft and quiet voice to all who came to him for help. And he prayed. Some say his prayers cured illnesses. All say his serenity and counsel gave him peace. Since his death in 1957, his example continues to inspire others that the path to sainthood is open to all.