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.
St. Andrew the Apostle in Saline hosted its first-ever Disabilities Mass on Oct. 3.
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.
Seven seminarians expressed their intention to complete preparation for holy orders, and were admitted to candidacy for holy orders by Bishop Boyea on Aug. 21.
Catholics from around the diocese gathered on Aug. 13 at Jackson Field in Lansing to enjoy an evening of Lansing Lugnuts baseball.
Father Paul Ruddy celebrated his 99th birthday on Sept. 23 with the distinction of being the oldest priest in the Diocese of Lansing.
Jackson Catholic Schools announced on Sept. 7 that Dr. Lucian Leone is the new director of enrollment management.
Bishop Boyea announced the appointment of Lisa Kutas as the new chief of staff of the Diocese of Lansing on Aug. 24.
Jim Collom is assisting the Special Needs Ministry in the diocese as part of his practicum in formation for the permanent diaconate this year.
Cathy Blatnik, co-coordinator of the Special Needs Ministry and program director of All Faith Ministry for disABILITIES, announced that the monthly Special Needs Masses resumed at St. Francis Retreat Center on July 18.
Joseph C. Jordano was selected as the president of Father Gabriel Richard (FGR) High School in Ann Arbor.
FAITH Catholic Publications Win 61 Catholic Media Association (CMA) Honors at 2021 Virtual Conference
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President Rory Mattar of the Powers Catholic Executive Committee announced that Deacon Sean Costello was selected principal of Powers Catholic High School.
Bishop Earl Boyea recently announced the addition of a motto to the diocesan coat of arms.
Father Francis Faraci died on June 28, 2021, at the age of 93.
Knights of Columbus Msgr. Esper Council 3027 raised $19,000 by collecting 176,000 returnable bottles and cans in its 16th annual “Returns” for Vocations fundraiser on July 10.
This beautiful Mass welcomed people back after the dispensation.
Bishop Earl Boyea presided at the June 3 farewell Mass officially closing St. Michael Parish of Flint.
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.
Beginning in July, Cristo Rey Community Center will welcome Sister Marie Paul Lockerd, RSM DO and Sister Mary Nika Schaumber, RSM to its medical team at the health clinic.