Category: Diocese of Lansing

09
May

Watch: A Blessed Mother's Day | Sister Sarah Burdick

Watch: A Blessed Mother’s Day | Sister Sarah Burdick May 09, 2021 Diocese of Lansing The Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen (1895 – 1979) once wrote that “every woman in the world was made to be a mother either physically or spiritually”. But what is “spiritual motherhood”? Here’s great Mother’s Day meditation upon that very topic

07
May

Watch: Podcast #27: Realign Resources for Mission Update w/ Father Chas Canoy

Watch: Podcast #27: Realign Resources for Mission Update w/ Father Chas Canoy May 07, 2021 Diocese of Lansing This week the Diocese of Lansing has launched a new weekly e-mail update charting the progress of the Realign Resources for Mission process in order to keep the people of the diocese both informed and, hopefully, involved

06
May

Read: "The Gift of Parents" by Bishop Earl Boyea

Read: “The Gift of Parents” by Bishop Earl Boyea May 06, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Happy Mother’s Day this coming Sunday, May 9, to Mrs Helen Boyea pictured here with her eldest son, Bishop Earl Boyea, and her husband of 70 years, Earl. Here is Bishop Boyea’s reflection upon his mother, his father and the “blessing

06
May

Subscribe: Realign Resources for Mission Weekly Update

Subscribe: Realign Resources for Mission Weekly Update May 06, 2021 Diocese of Lansing This week the Diocese of Lansing has launched a new weekly update charting the progress of the Realign Resources for Mission process in order to keep you both informed and, hopefully, involved too. To receive the weekly e-mail just click here and

06
May

Pray: Novena for Diaconate Ordinands

Pray: Novena for Diaconate Ordinands May 06, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Starting today, you are invited to participate in nine days of prayer, a novena, for the young men from across the Diocese of Lansing who will be ordained to the diaconate on Saturday, May 15, as they take the next significant step towards the

04
May

Read: My Story of Sisterhood: Sister Rebecca Mierendorf

Read: My Story of Sisterhood: Sister Rebecca Mierendorf May 04, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Meet Sister Rebecca Mierendorf who is a Servants of God’s Love, a new religious community located in Ann Arbor. Sister Rebecca hails from the nearby parish of Christ the King. She entered religious life as a postulant in the year 2000

04
May

Watch: Acts 5 Explained | Craig Pohl | Bishop's Year of the Bible

Watch: Acts 5 Explained | Craig Pohl | Bishop’s Year of the Bible May 04, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Bishop Boyea’s Year of the Bible reached Chapter 5 of the Acts of the Apostles, April 3. In order to explain both the contents and the meaning of this chapter, here’s a great explainer video by

03
May

Read: Feast of Saints Philip and James, May 3, 2021

Read: Feast of Saints Philip and James, May 3, 2021 May 03, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Today is the Feast of the Apostles Saints Philip and James! Happy feast day! To mark the occasions, here’s reflection upon the significance of the life and death of these two great saints from, fittingly, Father Jim Rolph who

01
May

Read: "Why we consecrated ourselves to Saint Joseph today"

Read: “Why we consecrated ourselves to Saint Joseph today” May 01, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Congratulations to Greg Ingle of Mason who today consecrated himself and his wife, Heather, to Saint Joseph upon the Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker, 1 May. The couple have been married since July of last year. Greg is a

30
Apr

Podcast #26: What is Catholic Social Teaching w/ Kishore Jayabalan

Podcast #26: What is Catholic Social Teaching w/ Kishore Jayabalan April 30, 2021 Diocese of Lansing Tomorrow is Saturday, May 1, the Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker. This feast day was established in 1955 by Venerable Pope Pius XII who wanted to promote an authentically Christian understanding of labor as part of Catholic Social