For Kathy and Andrew, life and death, tears and laughter, searching and finding have been powerfully present throughout their journey.
Are you emotionally or physically stressed, or simply have the feeling that “your work here is done”?
We never worship God alone. Rather, it is as the Body of Christ, the Assembly, that we act with Jesus as our Head.
The Nun Run was hosted by the Office of Vocations of the Diocese of Lansing this November.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church doesn’t waste time proclaiming the core of our faith.
“I wish others knew that being Catholic is so rewarding. This faith is the core of who I am."
We seem to live in a world that rewards the outgoing, extroverted kids who make friends easily.
The well-known theologian also wrote these timeless hymns.
Pope Francis announced that the Synod of Bishops postponed due to the pandemic will be preceded by a synodal process that includes "listening to all of the baptized."
3 questions to consider before taking the risk.
In 25 years of priestly ministry, I have had the pleasure to help welcome visiting missionaries from all over the world.
How do I stay with morning prayer when life gets full?
Quality alone time is good for our mental and spiritual health, and helps us to be better companions.
St. Jerome said it best: “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.”
The nation’s highest court has been asked to reconsider the decision it made in the 1973 case known as Roe v. Wade.
Let’s renew our efforts in the upcoming New Year to be present to those in our family.
Bishop Boyea announces beginning of phased approach to parish groupings.
Premier Christian Radio sponsored a survey to investigate how COVID-19 has affected religious beliefs.
Anne’s position as coordinator of missions tasks her with connecting the faithful of the Diocese of Lansing with the worldwide Church