Abdul-Jabar Hemat is helping Afghans here in America through St. Vincent Refugee Services.
With modern couples, both are used to earning and managing their own money.
The Sabbath was entrusted to Israel to keep “as a sign of the irrevocable covenant.”
Catholic Charities of Shiawassee and Genesee Counties was the answer for Aaron.
We have access to a mind-blowing power – the force that spoke creation into existence.
Bishop Emeritus Robert J. Rose, ninth bishop of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, died on Ash Wednesday, March 2.
Unlike every other sacrament, matrimony originates in nature rather than in a distinct creative act of Christ.
Annual recognition events have their place, but workers would welcome more frequent positive feedback.
The Eucharist! It is a great “thanksgiving.” Jesus’ sacrificial offering was a thanksgiving to the Father.
More than 800 leaders from throughout the Diocese gathered for the “Made for Mission” conference at the Crystal Gardens Banquet Center.
Whether we realize it or not, we pray from our experiences.
Perhaps the most important thing we can do as Christians is to live the two great commandments given to us by Jesus.
More than 300 members of St. Joseph Parish in Howell gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and dinner to celebrate the opening of the new gathering space.
Raising teens who are responsible, hardworking and confident is a noble and vital task.
St. Benedict the Moor was the renowned lay leader of the Franciscan Brothers in Palermo, Sicily, in the 16th century.
For the past two years, Megan has been discerning a vocation to consecrated life.
Have you ever wondered what to do with all those leftover decorated eggs after Easter Sunday?
Planned Parenthood and other organizations have begun seeking signatures for a petition to put a serious matter on our state ballot this fall.
The Diocese of Lansing celebrated Catholic Schools Week in late January, announcing that schools have recorded a 6 percent increase in year-to-year enrollment.
I love Holy Week. I always look forward to these days steeped in tradition.
The recycling coordinator at the MSU Surplus Store is a member of St. Michael Parish in Grand Ledge.
Thirty-nine MSU students and mentors spent their time in service on three Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips sponsored by St. John Catholic Church.