School leaders sometimes need to make tough calls, especially during a pandemic when a new virus threatens the safety of students and staff.
How one family’s adoption journey started with prayer, selfless love, and the miracle of the Safe Delivery of Newborns Law.
Since retiring in 2008, he has continued to play an active part in the life of the diocese.
“That Easter Vigil Mass started it,” Bobby says simply. “After we reconnected, we pretty much knew."
During this new liturgical year, Bishop Boyea invites us to enter into a closer relationship with the Lord through hearing him in the words of Scripture.
When Ramon Rosas heard this Gospel reading in Mass at Cristo Rey Church in Lansing, he felt his father’s rejoicing just like in the prodigal son.
High School student Noel Spence relies on God as his safety net.
Autumn teaches other pro-life college students to be brave and treat others with love.
High School and College students open up about feeling God’s grace.
“I didn’t believe in the Eucharist or understand the rituals, but I knew there was something beautiful about a church full of students on a weeknight. These people were worshipping God when they could have been out doing anything they wanted."
Parishes and diocesan ministries reacted quickly with online formation and fellowship.
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.”
The “only solution to the challenges of this moment,” is to follow the wise counsel of Pope St. Paul VI: “If you want peace, work for justice.”
Former Detroit Police Chief Ike McKinnon lives a life of service.
At the Hope Clinic, Christy sees the power of caring for one another.
Inspired by St. Catherine of Siena, she now helps others find healing and hope.
The Diocese of Lansing was blessed with two new priests and two new transitional...
A solo retreat to a treehouse in the mountains helped Ashlyn realize God is calling us to be his light and helping hand to those around us (or six feet away from us).
When her baptism – and her wedding – were postponed, she turned to God.
Enjoying time with his family before the future begins.
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.