The Diocese of Lansing was blessed with two new priests and two new transitional deacons on June 11.
After the death of her husband, St. Jane Frances de Chantal attended a Lenten program in 1604.
Once every two to four years, we do our civic duty and feel pretty good about ourselves.
As Catholic parents, we have the privilege of leading our children to Jesus.
Picking up good holy habits will keep us spiritually healthy.
Grant recipients will be selected by the commission by the fall of 2022.
“We must sow the seed, not hoard it.” – St. Dominic
Bishop Boyea has announced the following clergy assignments, effective June 29, 2022.
The author of the Fourth Gospel is generally considered to be St. John. The three Letters of John and the Revelation of John are also attributed to this saint.
“Eucharistic Revival: My Flesh for the Life of the World,” invites U.S. Catholics of all ages to become part of a national movement.
It’s not uncommon for engaged people to hope that “things will be different once we get married.”
We are all in this together, and thus the homily must always be seen as our communal effort to understand and live the word of God so as to give God glory.
On May 6, students from Lansing Catholic High School served the greater community in their annual Work-A-Thon.
The answer to it is really revelatory of the difference between how God is and how we are.
On June 14, 2022, Father Dwight Ezop celebrated 25 years of priesthood.
Often when we think about mission, our eyes lift and we scan the horizon.
Michigan Catholic Conference Joins Statewide Campaign to Oppose Constitutional Proposal for Unlimited Abortion
MCC joined Right to Life of Michigan to work with Citizens to Support MI Women & Children.
I’ve got the seven-year itch. How can I make a fresh start without leaving my job?
Marie Kuntz is a lifelong Catholic and has been a member of St. Gerard Parish for 17 years.