Imagine how, as active followers of Jesus, we can cooperate with God’s grace and goodness to pass that along.
Father Dwight's advice to graduating high school seniors? Get connected with a faith community and stay close to God!
"It is through the gift of the Eucharist that I remain in touch with mom, even though she died eight years ago."
Our awareness of the gifts we have received in turn encourages us to offer thanks to the giver.
Today’s Catholic schools are dynamic and impressive places where God is hard at work.
I somehow got the notion in my mind that I was not worthy to receive the sacrament.
We heard the gospel parable that has been named by some as the parable of the foolish rich man. This is certainly a tough parable for us to hear in our own time and place.
It dawned on me that it has been 30 years since I began my studies in seminary.
As I write this, the season of Lent is very near to its end.
Perhaps the most important thing we can do as Christians is to live the two great commandments given to us by Jesus.
Navy Ensign Francis Flaherty was born in March of 1919, and grew up in Charlotte, Michigan.
How often has someone asked you, “A penny for your thoughts?”
When i was in fifth grade, the chalkboard became harder and harder to read over the course of the year.
A few weeks ago our nation paused to celebrate Father’s Day.
On Saturday, May 15, with Bishop Boyea presiding, five new permanent deacons and two transitional deacons were ordained for service in our diocese.
The first reading that we heard proclaimed at Mass on the second Sunday of Easter is taken from the Acts of the Apostles.
Father Charles E. Irvin January 6, 1933 – February 11, 2021
For as long as I can remember I have known that I am an adopted child.
In just a little over a month, the world will mark, to the best of our understanding, the first anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic.
His students are from diverse backgrounds, but all have a love for their faith.
It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon as I stood out in front of the main doors to the church at St. Mary, Charlotte, on the first weekend of June.
No two days are ever the same for diocesan priests.
I am writing this column on Thursday, May 21. This puts us just a l...