In 1776, future president Thomas Jefferson composed a few simple words that changed the world: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”
In the fall of 2019, Bishop Earl Boyea established a new 14-member committee to review how the resources of the Diocese of Lansing can be best used to better evangelize the 1.8 million people who live within the boundaries of the diocese.
My goodness, it seems like it was a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away … but back in the fall of 2019, Bishop Boyea gave our newly established Realign Resources for Mission Committee a seven-fold verbal instruction.
In a recent address to the World Bank Group, Pope Francis stated, “The...
Amid pain and vulnerability, she shares Christ’s love.
Deacon Dave Drayton from East Lansing has taken this call to heart.
The professional and personal pilgrimage that has brought David Kerr across the Atlantic Ocean from Scotland to Michigan.
Looking back, Therese now sees that God had plans to use an open door in her life in a way she never expected.
Pope Francis Fulfills St. John Paul’s Dream with Visit to Iraq Pope...
The challenges of the past year have proven again our need for God’s presence in our lives.
A Catholic education is among the best gifts parents can give their children.
Now that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved one (or more) COVID...
Addressing moral questions regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
“This is another tragic chapter in the Church’s long struggle to confront the crimes of sexual abuse by clergy.”
To the people of the Diocese of Lansing, When the Witness to Hope Capital Campaign was launched, few would have guessed that we would be amid a pandemic three years later!
Thanks and praise be to God! The pledge total for our Diocesan Services Appeal has surpassed our $5.2 million goal!
In an Apostolic Letter dedicated to sacred Scripture, Pope Francis said that, even today, Christians can learn new things from the countless translations of the Bible that exist.
Pope Francis focuses on many of the issues that serve to fracture our relationships with each other and with society.
Past feature stories from survivors on the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII.
The remarks came amid a portion of the documentary "Francesco" that reflected on pastoral care for those who identify as LGBT.
This year, Michigan voters have the privilege and freedom to participate in the greatest exercise of democracy by voting for candidates who have come forward to serve their communities.
Following in the footsteps of Jesus, it is the lifelong responsibility for Catholics “to do good and oppose evil,” including in election choices.
After weeks spent quarantining and parishes planning appropriate safety measures, it’s now time to return to Mass, if you haven’t already!
There are a number of issues and behaviors that are important as we move further into the election season.