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‘Just go for it’ Why Morgan became Catholic

Conversion often begins in the heart – a tugging, an inkling, a flash of something that leads to an exploration of the Catholic faith.

For Morgan Morrison, it was the other way around. The 19-year-old joined the Catholic Church at Easter this year, receiving the sacraments of baptism, confirmation and first Communion at the Easter Vigil Mass at St. Anthony of Padua in Hillsdale.

Morgan, a freshman at Hillsdale College, says he’s been drawn to Catholicism for several years, and that his conversion began intellectually – with unanswered questions about Christianity.

“What good does it do to be bitter?” Ginger’s faith has helped her cope with polio

“I was four years old, lying in my parents’ feather bed, burning with fever and unable to raise my head or legs. My dad scooped me into his arms, wrapped me in my pink blanket and carried me to Mom waiting in the car. But when we got to the emergency room at the University of Michigan hospital, the attendant turned us away.

Lansing-based FAITH Catholic is now America’s largest publisher of Catholic magazines

In 2000, Bishop Mengeling and Father Charlie Irvin started the magazine you now are reading – FAITH, the magazine for the Diocese of Lansing. FAITH was the brainchild of Patrick M. O’Brien, who developed the original concept as well as the business plan that grew FAITH into what is now America’s largest publisher of Catholic magazines.

Loving our baby Hope for as long as God gave us with her

HOPE

Twenty weeks into their pregnancy, Jill and Zac Moon waited excitedly to learn their baby’s sex. Comfortably established in their careers – Jill a math teacher at Flint Powers High School and Zac a scientist for a medical laboratory – they were delighted to be starting their family. With grandparents-to-be, co-workers and much of the Powers Catholic family waiting for their news, Jill and Zac peered attentively at the ultrasound images before them.

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