Ifeoma and Ike say Faith and Catholic education are the secrets to a successful future, wherever you go
For Christians, a full understanding of the New Testament is impossible without ...
Deacon Preiss’ ministry challenges people to receive Jesus and bring him to others
Ways you can be still in the middle of your busy life and and ask Jesus to enter with his peace.
Effective, prayerful ways to help struggling couples and priests who always seem harried.
Accomplishments and interesting facts about Pope Francis as he celebrates his fifth anniversary.
A batch of Tuscan bruschetta with tomatoes celebrates St. Catherine of Siena
What Pope Francis has been saying and doing recently
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the renewal of the Order of Diaconate as a permanent ordained ministry
To find happiness in your career, love God, know yourself, dream big and work hard.
Fr. Dwight Ezop shares his thankfulness for all the deacons with whom he has collaborated, including one special person who shaped his priestly ministry.
The Church takes time to offer teaching and guidance when new moral dilemmas arise
Our own suffering invites us to imitate God's self-giving love
Queen of the Miraculous Medal in Jackson modernizes parish hall with help from Witness to Hope
Catholic school teacher Jan Tietsort followed God's prompts to the Eucharist. What she found there was amazing.
Tips to get teens to pitch in on chores
How to be independent but still honor your parents when you live with them.
Bishop Boyea looks over the Diocese of Lansing's accomplishments over his past 10 years as Bishop
Convert turned disciple, Sherry Weddell, reminds us that everyone's faith journey will look different inside and out.
This married saint and pediatric specialist gave up her life so her daughter could live
Discussion guide based on stories in this issue of FAITH for personal reflection or small group discussions
After 45 years as a Deacon, Patrick MacDonald's life is defined and guided by his evangelization.
Spouses should remind each other to not speak unkindly about other people, as part of a healthy, holy marriage.