The annual Misa de los Campesinos (Migrant Mass) at St. Agatha Church
From the Archives for September/October 2023
The Diocese of Saginaw Chapter of the NPM received the Chapter of the Year award.
Sister Agnes Mary Graves professed perpetual vows as a Religious Sister of Mercy.
Dr. Dan Osborn was invited to present on "Tools for Discernment" at the annual National Association of Diaconate Directors Convention.
Father Kevin N. Kerbawy was ordained by Bishop Francis Reh on June 19, 1976, at St. Stephen Parish in Saginaw.
Catholics from across the Thumb joined Bishop Robert Gruss for the annual Rural Life Mass.
This action-packed two-day camp is open to young men who will be entering 9th through 12th grades.
Bishop Robert Gruss announced the following clerical and parish assignments, effective July 1.
Evening of Healing: the first of many liturgies designed to foster an encounter with the Divine Physician, Jesus.
The Office of Catholic Schools is excited to recognize the 2022-23 recipients of the Excellence in Teaching award recipients.
Sister Maureen Donovan celebrated 80 years of religious life with the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati at a Jubilee Mass.
Leaders from parishes across the diocese experienced a Day of Enrichment hosted by the Parish Life and Evangelization Team on May 13.
Faithful from across the Tri-City area gathered to remember and bear witness to Jesus’ passion and death on Good Friday.
Father Thomas E. Sutton, pastor of St. Gabriel Parish in Auburn, died March 24.
A new ministry for parents who have lost a child at any age for any reason has begun in the diocese.
His Eminence Arthur Cardinal Roche conferred the Ministry of Lector in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
Each year during Lent, the 56 parishes in the local Catholic community participate in the Rice Bowl Collection.
On Nov. 6, Bishop Robert Gruss celebrated the Rite of Admission to Candidacy for seven men during Mass at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption in Saginaw.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish has ministered to the faithful for 150 years.
Catholic education has a long history in Midland.