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Catholic Diocese of Saginaw’s Quo Vadis? camp experience
This action-packed two-day camp (July 14-July 16) is open to young men who will be entering 9th – 12th grades in Fall 2024 – and is a cooperative effort between the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw and the Catholic Diocese of Gaylord.
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Deacon John Albert Moeggenberg's Funeral Mass to be celebrated on Thursday, June 13
Deacon John Albert Moeggenberg, 91, of Shepherd/Midland/Traverse City/Cedar/Lakeland, passed away on June 6, 2024. Visitation for Deacon John will be held at the St. Vincent DePaul Parish on Wednesday, June 12, from 3pm until 8 pm, with the Vigil Service beginning at 7pm. Funeral Mass will be held Thursday, June 13 at 11am.
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Witness God's faithfulness and love through the Sacrament of Marriage
In June, we celebrate the wedding anniversaries of couples within our Diocese, and thank them for their witness of faith, hope, and love to a world in need of seeing covenant marriage honored with God.
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Excellence in Teaching Award recipients announced
The Office of Catholic Schools is excited to recognize the 2023-24 recipients of the Excellence in Teaching award, Sally Johnston and LeAnne Osborn. The Excellence in Teaching Award recognizes and celebrates the positive difference Catholic school teachers in the Diocese of Saginaw make in the lives of their students, schools and communities.
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Winners of the True, Good and Beautiful Art Contest announced!
Congratulations to the dozens of talented artists who entered the True, Good and Beautiful Art Contest presented by the Offices of Catholic Schools, Faith Formation and Youth and Young Adult Ministry! The judges were amazed at the thoughtful and creative artworks submitted in response to the theme, “What does the Eucharist mean to you?”
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Father Todd Arnberg's Funeral Mass to be celebrated on Friday, June 14
Father Todd Arnberg, a priest of the Diocese of Saginaw, died on May 8, 2024 in Aurora, Colorado.  He served generously as a priest for more than 47 years.

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