Mary Roberts has helped hundreds of working adults build on their professional certificates to earn bachelor of applied science degrees.
The catechism has always been a part of Edmundo Reyes’ life. Even if he didn’t appreciate it from a young age.
Thirty years ago, Lansing resident Angie Phillips was looking for a ministry. What she found was a pen pal through the Restorative Ministry in the Diocese of Lansing.
Care Free Medical Service's free eye clinic is a 'true labor of love' for Dr. Mitchell Dobrzelewski and other local providers.
Sister Maria Antonia Cruz’s love for the migrant people she serves every day is rooted in her love of Jesus, a love that has guided her life from the beginning.
With Angels Outreach, Deacon Tony and Susan provide a safe place for Flint kids.
The Riley Katheryn Foundation helps families who experience infant death.
The tradition of feeding families in need continues at The Catholic Community of St. Jude.
Something special took place at the Employed for Mission Conference
Harold saw a sign of hope when help showed up at his cabin door.
As Catholics, one of the most important choices we can make in life is to trust and follow God’s will.
Brittney is shaping hearts and minds as a Catholic school teacher.
“I believe that god puts people on your path of life that he wants you to meet.”
Former Detroit Police Chief Ike McKinnon lives a life of service.
When her baptism – and her wedding – were postponed, she turned to God.
Over 30 RCIA candidates were preparing for baptism the week the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order was issued. With online classes, a volunteer translator, and a "let go and let God" attitude, they were able to continue the journey.
Hilda's 1,000 homemade enchiladas are a treat for her community and Catholic Charities.
How this high school senior is staying positive in tough times.
Enjoying time with his family before the future begins.
After a Called and Gifted workshop, Katrina uses her gifts ‘to bring Christ more fully into the world’
"St. Catherine of Siena said, ‘Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire.’ I am so grateful I answered the invitation to Called and Gifted. Because of it, I am working to change the world.”
A family that throws itself wholeheartedly into family life.
After losing her job of 42 years, she changed directions – now she guides others on their journey toward Jesus.
"Life is easy if you put it in God’s hands."
With her American Heritage Girls troop, Amy is ‘Empowering girls to find out who they are as daughters of God’
Empowering girls to find out who they are as daughters of God.
Father John Whitlock grew up in St. Johns, and is a graduate of Grand Valley State University.