Before the pandemic, Larry Butcher and his wife Shanna regularly attended Mass.
Inviting people back to Church does not have to be complicated or cost money.
Mass with Bishop Gruss, a faith parade, construction of a roller coaster, a “powderbuff” volleyball game, Catholic quiz bowl, a family carnival and much more … it must be time to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!
Nine local ministries that help women and children will take part in local March for Life in Saginaw on Friday
Nine local pro-life ministries that help women and children will take part in the ecumenical March for Life in Saginaw on Friday, Jan. 20.
Bishop Robert Gruss will join nine local leaders in leading prayer and speaking at the upcoming ecumenical local March for Life.
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What began as a graduation requirement became a lifelong commitment to service for Sacred Heart Academy senior Sam Powell.
Founded shortly after Vatican II, the Lay Ministry Program of the Diocese of Saginaw was on the cutting edge.
When he was asked to build a Blessing Box, Jim Koski wasn’t even sure what it was.
Sisters of our mother of divine grace welcome first perpetually professed sister
This has been a blessed and busy year for the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan.
Grateful for life, Frankenmuth teen encourages others to vote ‘NO’ on Proposal 3
With the start of the 2022-23 academic year comes many new things: a renewed enthusiasm for our Catholic schools and a few new faces working to support religious education.
Dr. Monticello is now medical director at Life Choices of Central Michigan in Mount Pleasant.
Couple finds healing in post-abortive ministry
This is a story about a cardinal’s commitment to his Catholic school in Midland and the support of the parishioners of St. Brigid of Kildare Parish to carry on his legacy.
It’s never too late for healing from the wound of an abortion, and it’s never too late to seek forgiveness.
Glen Thelen remembers when his daughter Emily first came home after participating in Youth Encounter Service (Y.E.S.) in 2015.
Thumb Catholics had the opportunity to grow in faith and fellowship at the annual Rural Life Mass at the Thumb Octagon Barn near Gagetown.
Diocesan coordinator of evangelization says we are primed for a “culture of evangelization.”
When Linda Bryant went to confession, she couldn’t have guessed what her penance would be— or how it would inspire her to return to an old hobby with greater meaning.
Joshua Robert Jasman was truly one in a million. According to his mother, Michelle Jasman, Josh was born caring about others.
The Volls find solace and strength from Jesus in Adoration Chapel.