How this high school senior is staying positive in tough times.
Enjoying time with his family before the future begins.
Over 30 RCIA candidates were preparing for baptism the week the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order was issued. With online classes, a volunteer translator, and a "let go and let God" attitude, they were able to continue the journey.
Hilda's 1,000 homemade enchiladas are a treat for her community and Catholic Charities.
After a Called and Gifted workshop, Katrina uses her gifts ‘to bring Christ more fully into the world’
"St. Catherine of Siena said, ‘Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire.’ I am so grateful I answered the invitation to Called and Gifted. Because of it, I am working to change the world.”
A family that throws itself wholeheartedly into family life.
"Life is easy if you put it in God’s hands."
After losing her job of 42 years, she changed directions – now she guides others on their journey toward Jesus.
With her American Heritage Girls troop, Amy is ‘Empowering girls to find out who they are as daughters of God’
Empowering girls to find out who they are as daughters of God.
Leisa found a 'hidden gem' at Siena Heights University.
Father John Whitlock grew up in St. Johns, and is a graduate of Grand Valley State University.
'I suddenly realized I have this partner – God – to help me get through everything.'
Jennifer Fulwiler reminds us we all have unique families.
Father John Machiorlatti encourages us to give God time and be willing to say "yes."
This Hillsdale College freshman found peace and hope in the Church
Alexa helped Fr. Rosenberg create a welcoming, family-friendly music festival that brings the whole community together.
'I had this incredible experience that I can’t even put into words. It set me on the road to conversion.'
Todd is a living testament to how people can be conduits of God’s love and grace.
After 45 years as a Deacon, Patrick MacDonald's life is defined and guided by his evangelization.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the renewal of the Order of Diaconate as a permanent ordained ministry
Catholic school teacher Jan Tietsort followed God's prompts to the Eucharist. What she found there was amazing.
Ifeoma and Ike say Faith and Catholic education are the secrets to a successful future, wherever you go
Sister Marilyn Barnett, OP - First female director of the Office of Worship for the Diocese of Lansing
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