Dear Father Joe: My wife and I have children approaching “that age,” and we wond...
Anyone who’s played sports, pursued music or developed a new personal skill or trait has probably heard it said, “If you’re not getting better, you’re getting worse!”
Jack W. Chan of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Lansing is a natural-born, tried-and-true missionary pilgrim if there ever was one.
John Vianney was a driving force for reviving the faith in Europe following the ...
As we continue our diocesan Year of Prayer, let us recommit to our goal of disce...
Pope Benedict XVI once said, "...the faith is not a theory, a philosophy, or ide...
Sin is never simply personal in its impact. It always has a social consequence as well.
The bible uses different words for love to teach us all the ways that God loves us.
When I read a familiar Gospel story, I ask God to help me see it with new eyes and think about it with a deeper meaning.
Saint John Fisher was a Renaissance scholar and bishop of England committed to d...
Mary VanPoppelen became a volunteer at Mother Teresa House after retiring from the family business about a year and a half ago.
Bill Fritz, a retired Delphi Special Investigations Audit Manager, volunteers five days a week verifying electrical and electronic donations at the Catholic Charities Mid-Michigan ReSource Warehouse.
Madeleine Sophie Barat was only 10 when the Reign of Terror began in France.
Love allows us to see people as their Creator sees them, and when we look through his lens, love becomes giving and not taking.
OK, let’s get right to this one! First of all, we need to remember that the B...
In the sacrament of the Eucharist, Christ is not merely symbolically present, but truly, really and substantially present, body and blood with the soul and divinity.
True humility allows us to see and act like Jesus.
Like all the sacraments, confirmation is a gift to us by Christ out of love so that we may have life to the full.
For the past 19 years, Dr. Cathleen McGreal has been on a journey.
1. Which of the following is not true about Saint Mark: a. &nb...
Each time our culture attempts to normalize an evil, we, as Catholics, need to take the time to see why something is good or bad, right or wrong, moral or immoral.
Despite a life full of tragedy, Saint John of God accepted God’s immense love and chose to express his gratitude by caring for the sick and mentally ill.
Lent... it’s not a time to lock ourselves in a personal dungeon.
Being a church musician, I am constantly inviting others into prayer. Every time I play a hymn at Mass, I invite all to participate in singing.