There are hundreds of talented educators working to prepare students for the world of tomorrow, drawing upon timeless resources.
What’s old is new again and breathing vibrant life into St. Mary School in Williamston.
The regular cycle of the liturgical year continues the formation of the people of God in the Church.
Few had much hope that Kevin would ever be his normal self again, after an aggressive COVID infection.
Christmas hymns and carols are an essential part of holiday celebrations.
The question that never seems to fade is, why? How can a loving God not help His creatures when they are hurting?
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At Lansing Catholic High School, the cafeteria is alive with the sound of power tools and hammers.
Gerry has served as a volunteer driver for LCCC mainly for senior citizens unable to drive themselves to appointments.
As director of religious education (DRE) at St. Therese Parish in Lansing, Stephanie Smith divides her role into three practical categories.
The Women’s Conference in 2021 takes on the name Michigan Catholic Women’s Conference, as it will include women from all of the dioceses in the state.
Nurses and health care workers: men and women who care for us, from our elderly in nursing homes, to our little ones too sick to be at home.
Grace wasn’t the only thing raining down on the crowds at FaithFest 2021.
“That Easter Vigil Mass started it,” Bobby says simply. “After we reconnected, we pretty much knew."
Parishes and diocesan ministries reacted quickly with online formation and fellowship.
High School student Noel Spence relies on God as his safety net.
Autumn teaches other pro-life college students to be brave and treat others with love.
High School and College students open up about feeling God’s grace.