Sister Agnette Bengal, a native of Westphalia, celebrated her 107th birthday on Feb. 4, and will celebrate 90 years as a vowed religious on June 29.
Donna Ambs was one of the founding group of teachers at Jackson Lumen Christi High school in 1968.
Parishioners share their traditions that honor loved ones who have gone before them
Most Reverend Steven J. Raica was installed as the fifth bishop of Birmingham, Ala., on June 23 at the Cathedral of St. Paul in Birmingham.
Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Walter A. Hurley as the apostolic administrator of the Gaylord Diocese until a successor is named for Bishop Steven J. Raica, who was installed as the bishop of Birmingham, Ala., on June 23.
Bishop Boyea has named Timothy DeWitt of Jackson as the new president of Lumen Christi Catholic School and executive director of the Jackson Catholic Schools system.
On July 9, Bishop Earl Boyea presented 39 African-American students from the Diocese of Lansing the first Venerable Augustus Tolton Scholarships.
Bishop Earl Boyea presided at the Mass celebrating the final profession of vows for eight Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist at their motherhouse in Ann Arbor on July 22, the feast of Mary Magdalene, apostle to the apostles.
On Sunday, Aug. 2, Bishop Boyea tied a red ribbon around the doors of St. Casimir Parish after celebrating the last Mass there.
Bishop Boyea announced the following priest assignments and transfers that took effect June 24.
U.S. Supreme Court ruling preserves religious liberty of Little Sisters of the Poor.
New Commission on Catholic Social Teaching to assist Bishop Boyea in addressing poverty and other social needs in the Diocese of Lansing
Nearly 1 in 5 people in the 10-county Diocese of Lansing live in poverty.
The Warehouse is designed to help nonprofit organizations better serve their clients by providing resources at little or no cost to the organization.
Swartz Creek parish hosts kids day, hires youth coordinator with Witness to Hope funds