Grant recipients will be selected by the commission by the fall of 2022.
Bishop Boyea has announced the following clergy assignments, effective June 29, 2022.
On May 6, students from Lansing Catholic High School served the greater community in their annual Work-A-Thon.
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.
To begin the special Marian month of May, many parishes and schools across the diocese hosted a May Crowning.
Friends gathered to honor Sister Mary Catharina Bereiter, OP and celebrate her 100th birthday during a special gathering.
Parishes throughout the diocese observed the Triduum and the celebration of Easter, the Resurrection of the Lord.
Knights Council 788 held an exemplification on Saturday, April 23 at St. Gerard Parish in Lansing.
Bishop Boyea joined Pope Francis, bishops and priests around the world on the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord to consecrate Ukraine.
Hispanic young adults from the Diocese of Lansing gathered to receive formation as parish leaders for the FEICA program.
Heidi Gonzales has joined the team at the Chancery of the Diocese of Lansing as the new moderator of the Tribunal Chancery.
Bishop Joseph H. Albers presented a check totaling $50,670 to Father John Whitlock, director of vocations for the Diocese of Lansing.
Bishop Boyea celebrated the annual Rose Mass honoring Catholic health workers at St. Patrick Parish in Brighton.
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.
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.