Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary are bound together in faith and urged by the love of God to respond to the most pressing needs of our time.

Nourished and strengthened by prayer.

We recognize and honor the sacredness of all creation.

We continue to educate in a variety of ways.

We are drawn together in community.


  • In early February, members of the Quality Improvement Organizations, an arm of the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS),…

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  • On Saturday, Feb. 17, Carol Grady of Royal Oak, Mich., celebrated her commitment as an IHM Associate. Carol’s associate ceremony…

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The art exhibit, “Global Solidarity,” will feature simple, colorful posters with captioned photos and statements highlight the ministries of 12 IHM Sisters, one IHM candidate and an IHM Associate. They are serving in South Sudan, South Africa, Puerto Rico and Mexico. Some artifacts and books written about the global ministries will also be included. Prayer reflections are part of the exhibit. Download the flyer here.

The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday through Friday from10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For more information about the exhibit, contact Sharon Venier at 734-240-9754 or

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Facilitated by Joni Scott, “Can We Talk? Black Lives Matter” examines the Black Lives Matter Movement. This movement is a self-conscious, decentralized network that uses a variety of nonviolent tactics to dramatize race, class and gender-based injustices. “Black Lives Matter” does not mean “only black lives matter;” it means “black lives matter, too.” Suggested offering is $25. To register, contact Visitation North at 248-433-0950 or Please note that Visitation North is not handicapped-accessible.

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Make a Difference – Volunteer!

The peace and joy within the IHM Sisters’ Motherhouse are palpable and freely shared by the sisters with volunteers, staff,…

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Then and Now

The IHM Sisters have impacted the lives of thousands of people through the years. Many of those they’ve touched want…

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