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.
Elaine's parents helped her see the connection between faith and service.
Nurses and health care workers: men and women who care for us, from our elderly in nursing homes, to our little ones too sick to be at home.
Grace wasn’t the only thing raining down on the crowds at FaithFest 2021.
Care Free Medical Service's free eye clinic is a 'true labor of love' for Dr. Mitchell Dobrzelewski and other local providers.
The Women’s Conference in 2021 takes on the name Michigan Catholic Women’s Conference, as it will include women from all of the dioceses in the state.
An early response to the isolation created by the pandemic created the Facebook group.
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 Diocese of Lansing was blessed with five new permanent deacons and two transitional deacons on May 15.
The tradition of feeding families in need continues at The Catholic Community of St. Jude.
Amid pain and vulnerability, she shares Christ’s love.
Scott left prison with only his clothes – Catholic Charities helped him restart his life.
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.
Working at Catholic cemeteries led Joni into the Church.
Something special took place at the Employed for Mission Conference
School leaders sometimes need to make tough calls, especially during a pandemic when a new virus threatens the safety of students and staff.
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.
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.