There’s nothing flashy about faithful intercessory prayer, but God notices. Here's how to say, “I’ll pray for you,” and mean it.
For Gwendolyn Frolich of Holy Family Parish in Adrian, the sacrament of confirmation led to faith in action.
We are joyful because we are hopeful. Our hope is not based on fantasy or “wishing,” but on what God has already done for us through the Easter story.
Alice shares the peace of God with the homebound and dying in the Howell area.
On Jan. 27, hundreds of Catholics participated in the March for Life at the State Capitol to march for the dignity of every human life.
Like a misplaced phone, wallet or keys, are you looking everywhere for God, but not seeing him? FAITH Columnist Pete Burak reminds us that God isn't hiding.
Tell Jesus what’s on your heart, and take time to listen to his response.
She loved Jesus, but never saw herself teaching anyone, let alone teenagers.
As the father of four young children, the Holy Spirit pricked my heart when the well-known and surprisingly profound “This Little Light of Mine” came blasting through the speaker.
A civil engineer and father of five, Brian Smith of St. Mary’s Parish in Westphalia works hard to carve out time to serve the Lord and share his love.
A small act to support a foster parent on the Rosebud Indian Reservation grew into a group effort.
How do we respond to God’s invitations, gifts and corrections?
Pete Burak reminds us even in a pandemic, we can still pray.
For Evangelina Palma Ramírez, Ph.D., from Cristo Rey Parish, accompaniment (acompañamiento) is walking with people, being with them, listening to their joyful and sad experiences and helping them acquire what they need.
Everyone with glasses or contacts understands the sensation of seeing leaves on trees after putting on glasses for the first time.
For Sarah, witnessing is about how you live your daily life.
The key is reminding people that they are good and that God is pleased with them.
Confirmation – much more than a certificate of completion.
Christianity’s bold claims shine brightest when things are darkest.
Peter’s journey of faith is a microcosm for all of us.
John Thelen began volunteering with St. Vincent de Paul in St. Johns in 1995, and is now the executive director.
Sue Davis of St. Gerard Parish in Lansing has been bringing the Eucharist to patients at local hospitals for 11 years.
Many of us just try to survive Lent until we can satiate our increasing hunger for dessert, Instagram, alcohol or the snooze button. Columnist Pete Burak invites you to consider it from a different perspective.
Jo Hooper shares a mother’s warmth
In recent years, usually around the beginning of November, I’ve noticed a growin...