Brig Sorber has been depicted as a stickman for decades. But now, his life is rich with faith, meaning and—most importantly—the opportunity to help others.
"Before, I loved God, but as a Catholic I feel like I’m in love with God.”
A group of young Catholics have intentionally chosen to live in community in order to foster a fully Catholic way of life.
A loving letter from a Christian father to his son.
Five incredibly strong, faithful women share their insights about what it takes to do Catholic motherhood with grace.
Bishop Boyea will lead us On the Road to Emmaus through the Mass, drawing us more deeply into the mystery of the new covenant in Christ's blood.
They’re uniquely talented. Authentically Catholic. And now, they’re reinventing how learning happens across the Diocese of Lansing.
Testimony of two hospital visits from a saint and physical healing after more than 40 days on life support
Sister Mary Nika Schaumber is no stranger to the religious life.
“Christ was a healer,” says Sister Marie Paul. The Religious Sisters of Mercy seek to follow that example with their work in medicine.
“I always felt that God was asking me to serve others,” she remembers.
The Diocese of Lansing was blessed with two new priests and two new transitional deacons on June 11.
It’s been nearly 30 years since her husband, Dan, was ordained to the permanent diaconate.
Four women share their inspiring vocation stories
“In many ways teaching for me is coming full circle,” Ann Williams explains.
Abdul-Jabar Hemat is helping Afghans here in America through St. Vincent Refugee Services.
For Kathy and Andrew, life and death, tears and laughter, searching and finding have been powerfully present throughout their journey.
As a counselor, Marshall understands kids going through tough times.
The details of Kishore Jayabalan’s life read like a novel, yet this page turner is not fiction.
Working at Catholic cemeteries led Joni into the Church.
School leaders sometimes need to make tough calls, especially during a pandemic when a new virus threatens the safety of students and staff.
How one family’s adoption journey started with prayer, selfless love, and the miracle of the Safe Delivery of Newborns Law.
When Ramon Rosas heard this Gospel reading in Mass at Cristo Rey Church in Lansing, he felt his father’s rejoicing just like in the prodigal son.
“I didn’t believe in the Eucharist or understand the rituals, but I knew there was something beautiful about a church full of students on a weeknight. These people were worshipping God when they could have been out doing anything they wanted."