A Google search led Allison Kasparek to St. Mary’s Student Parish the first weekend she arrived at U of M.
Sainthood seems unattainable until you realize: all the saints were just like us, but with an unshakable faith they relentlessly pursued.
Cultivating your family's prayer life is as simple as including these tips in your everyday life.
It’s in this forgotten second where I see the Holy Spirit working in my life.
Catholic Charities for November 2022
The skilled-trades student sees his job at a local apple orchard as more than a paycheck.
A simple yet powerful prayer.
I love volunteering at my parish, and I’m considering a career change.
Recall what God said to Adam: “By the sweat of your brow you shall eat bread.”
Parishioner Supports for November 2022
I don’t know how to deal with all the pressure I am feeling.
When I graduate from high school this spring, I have a great many opportunities in front of me.
He Says: Now That We Can Gather Again as an Extended Family, I Want to Invite the Big Group for Thanksgiving.
This holiday season is a great opportunity to establish a new normal for your holiday traditions.
For Renee Thorwall, becoming fluent in Spanish has opened up a world of ministry.
Some might wonder: why are bread and wine necessary for the Eucharist?
We heard the gospel parable that has been named by some as the parable of the foolish rich man. This is certainly a tough parable for us to hear in our own time and place.
As Christ's faithful followers, we are charged with accompanying those who have died.
Proposal 3 is an amendment to insert 323 words into the Constitution of the State of Michigan.
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, the first U.S. citizen to be canonized, is a role model to all who face adversity.