The Diocese of Lansing celebrated Catholic Schools Week in late January, announcing that schools have recorded a 6 percent increase in year-to-year enrollment.
Thirty-nine MSU students and mentors spent their time in service on three Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips sponsored by St. John Catholic Church.
Bishop Emeritus Robert J. Rose, ninth bishop of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, died on Ash Wednesday, March 2.
More than 800 leaders from throughout the Diocese gathered for the “Made for Mission” conference at the Crystal Gardens Banquet Center.
More than 300 members of St. Joseph Parish in Howell gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and dinner to celebrate the opening of the new gathering space.
Matthew Hufnagel has been named the chief operating officer and president of the Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Lansing.
The Very Reverend David Hudgins, judicial vicar of the Diocese of Lansing and pastor of St. Joseph Shrine in Brooklyn, entered eternal life following a car accident.
Bishop Earl Boyea has announced the following priest assignments.
Father Joseph Tran, retired priest of the Diocese of Lansing and former pastor of St. Andrew Dung-Lac Parish in Lansing, entered eternal life on Jan. 7, 2022.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced on Jan. 25 that it will pay St. Vincent Catholic Charities $550,000 in settlement fees and allow the organization to continue providing adoption and foster care services.
The Nun Run was hosted by the Office of Vocations of the Diocese of Lansing this November.
Bishop Boyea presided over the interment of the uncollected ashes of 30 people from the Medical Examiner’s Office.
Former Powers Catholic High School Principal Sally Bartos received the 2021 Sister Dorita Wotiska Award.
Seventh-graders from the Diocese of Lansing Catholic schools participated in the Vocations Mass.
More than 1,000 women gathered in Lansing for the first-ever Michigan Catholic Women’s Conference.
Sarah Salow will join the Department of Education as the associate superintendent of Catholic schools for Lansing.
St. Andrew the Apostle in Saline hosted its first-ever Disabilities Mass on Oct. 3.
Father Tim was a faithful Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit and then Diocese of Lansing for 48 years.
Approximately 200 students and staff from the Diocese of Lansing Catholic Schools participated in the annual Catholic Schools Mass on Sept. 20.
A native of Detroit, Sister Mary Agnestine entered the Felician Sisters after graduating from high school in 1952, and made her final profession in 1960.
Catholic Charities of Shiawassee and Genesee Counties raised $135,000 at its Cheers to 80 Years Celebration and Chair-ity Event on Sept. 16.
Fifty-one young adults hiked 13.5 miles in July from Cheboygan State Park to the Cross in the Woods at Indian River on a pilgrimage.