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A priest for more than 53 years, Reverend Thomas E. Sutton’s funeral will be celebrated Wednesday, April 12
Reverend Thomas E. Sutton, a priest of the Diocese of Saginaw, died on Friday, March 24, 2023. He served generously as a priest for more than 53 years.
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Join Bishop Gruss on Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
Ready to walk where Jesus walked? Learn more and book now. February 17-28, 2024
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Local Catholic Community Distributes More Than $14,000 to Help Food Pantries, Local Ministries
Each year during Lent, the 56 parishes in the local Catholic community participate in the Rice Bowl Collection.
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We Were Born for ‘Such a Time as This’
Are we living in Christendom or apostolic times? And do you know the difference? In 1974, Archbishop Fulton Sheen said, “... we are at the end of Christendom.”  What is Christendom, you might ask?
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Michigan Employers Forced to Pay for Abortions in Bill Fast-Tracked by State Senate
Legislation Goes Beyond Roe, Stated Intent of Proposal 3 in Requiring Employers to Treat Elective Abortions, Pregnancy the Same
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Michigan House Votes to Allow Discrimination Against Religious Communities
Faith-Based Organizations Believing in Gender Differences and Traditional Marriage Likely to be Targeted

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