For Steven and Hannah Hansen of Fowlerville, no sacrifice is too great to ensure their children receive the best Catholic education possible.
For good or for ill, human beings absorb the characteristics of the environments in which they spend their time.
When students come to Lansing Catholic as freshmen, the school’s priority is to offer them a real relationship with God.
As we mark Natural Family Planning Awareness Week this month, one diocesan leader reflects on the true meaning of this phrase.
Congratulations to Father Corey Bilodeau and Father Shea Kettner!
This huge event exemplifies good Christian stewardship over temporal goods.
Father Jim Rolph shares his early experiences at the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
The Diocese of Lansing explores a capital campaign for Catholic schools within the diocese.
Religious freedom through the eyes of its patron saints, John Fisher and Thomas More
Two deacon testimonies were accidentally omitted from last month's issue.
According to Mother Assumpta, motherhood — spiritual or physical — is more than a 24/7 job.
Gabriele’s tears are accompanied by a gentle smile. “I’ve had a wonderful life,” she notes, wiping her eyes.
St. Francis Retreat Center help Catholic boys learn how to become strong Catholic men.
The Diocese of Lansing welcomes 10 new deacons this month.
The story of the Holy Spirit descending upon the Apostles still has relevance today.
Father Gordon Reigle was praying about the possibility of an abortion ballot proposal this fall.
Kathy and Paul Dobrowolski lead Sidewalk Advocates for Life in Ann Arbor.
Catholics from across the Diocese of Lansing gathered at the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing on Jan. 19.
Seminarian Jon Bokuniewicz says he felt called to serve a parish and its people.
Craig Pohl hopes to set a fire in the diocese with Disciples – Together on the Way.
The theme for National Catholic Schools Week 2022 (Jan. 30 through Feb. 5) was “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.”
Father Tim Nelson is proud of his flock’s relationship with and witness to the neighborhood.
Pope Francis invited bishops from every diocese in the world to begin a process, called a synod, to spend time with the entire People of God.