“I always felt that God was asking me to serve others,” she remembers.
Safe environment and victim assistance coordinators from across the United States participated.
Sister Mary Nika Schaumber is no stranger to the religious life.
More than 90 people sorted 153,000 bottles.
“Christ was a healer,” says Sister Marie Paul. The Religious Sisters of Mercy seek to follow that example with their work in medicine.
From the time he was young, Dave Weber was an extroverted, social child.
Brian Flynn will be heading the new parish-focused position.
The Diocese of Lansing was blessed with two new priests and two new transitional deacons on June 11.
At Lansing Catholic High School, the cafeteria is alive with the sound of power tools and hammers.
It’s been nearly 30 years since her husband, Dan, was ordained to the permanent diaconate.
Four women share their inspiring vocation stories
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.
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.
For the past two years, Megan has been discerning a vocation to consecrated life.
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.
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.”
Father Tim Nelson is proud of his flock’s relationship with and witness to the neighborhood.