As director of religious education (DRE) at St. Therese Parish in Lansing, Stephanie Smith divides her role into three practical categories.
“In many ways teaching for me is coming full circle,” Ann Williams explains.
Kind words can make a difference for young families, particularly those with children with special needs.
Gerry has served as a volunteer driver for LCCC mainly for senior citizens unable to drive themselves to appointments.
Catholic Charities of Shiawassee and Genesee Counties was the answer for Aaron.
Abdul-Jabar Hemat is helping Afghans here in America through St. Vincent Refugee Services.
For the past two years, Megan has been discerning a vocation to consecrated life.
Father Tim Nelson is proud of his flock’s relationship with and witness to the neighborhood.
Pope Francis invited bishops from every diocese in the world to begin a process, called a synod, to spend time with the entire People of God.
Kathy and Paul Dobrowolski lead Sidewalk Advocates for Life in Ann Arbor.
Catholics from across the Diocese of Lansing gathered at the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing on Jan. 19.
Seminarian Jon Bokuniewicz says he felt called to serve a parish and its people.
Craig Pohl hopes to set a fire in the diocese with Disciples – Together on the Way.
The theme for National Catholic Schools Week 2022 (Jan. 30 through Feb. 5) was “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.”
For Kathy and Andrew, life and death, tears and laughter, searching and finding have been powerfully present throughout their journey.
As a counselor, Marshall understands kids going through tough times.
The details of Kishore Jayabalan’s life read like a novel, yet this page turner is not fiction.
Why Angie works with the Pen Pal Ministry in the Diocese of Lansing.
The catechism has always been a part of Edmundo Reyes’ life. Even if he didn’t appreciate it from a young age.
How volunteering with the Flint Mission has impacted Nick's faith.
Mickey and Remy were raised in a family immersed in faith and music.
They say it takes 21 days to form a habit.
An internship brought Harmony and Térèsa from different parts of the country to serve in Flint.
The old saying goes: To teach is to shape the future.