ACH064: Fr. Gabriel Richard founded the University of Michigan, wrote the motto of the city of Detroit, represented Michigan in Congress, and tirelessly worked for the people of God on the frontier for many years. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us the story of this priest now being considered for sainthood.
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Links for this episode:
- Fr. Gabriel Richard: What you didn’t know about Detroit’s famed ‘second founder’ – Detroit Catholic
- Sketch Of The Life Of Father Gabriel Richard 1767-1832
- Detroit in Early Times.—Very Rev. Gabriel Richard
- Who was Gabriel Richard? | Michigan Today
- Catholic church starts process to name Father Gabriel Richard a saint
- Kentucky Holy Land Pilgrimage with Tom and Noëlle Crowe & 206 Tours
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