CCFMM wraps up 2022 with nearly $500,000 in disbursements for Catholic education
By Mary Beth Looby and Joan Ramm
This has been a blessed and busy year for the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan (CCFMM). The CCFMM distributed more than $900,000 during the past year with almost half of the funds earmarked for Catholic education in the Diocese of Saginaw. Cormac Lynn, superintendent of schools, said the funds impact virtually every aspect of the schools’ operations. The St. Joseph Giving Society is continuing their mission of gifting each sixth-grade student with a Bible to use in class and to keep for a lifetime of faith.
Annual OLLH Christmas play written by retired teacher remains a Harbor Beach tradition
by Danielle McGrew Tenbusch
Diocese of Saginaw
When Pat Murdock found herself teaching a particularly expressive group of students at Our Lady of Lake Huron Catholic School in Harbor Beach in the 1970s, she thought it would be fun to do a class skit at Christmastime.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish, School celebrates 150 years as a parish, 75 years of education
From its humble beginnings as a mission church, St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish has ministered to the faithful for 150 years. Its school, celebrating 75 years, continues to educate students from families now in the third generation.
The Holy Spirit and school spirit bring Catholic school families together at Cathedral
Special Mass Celebrates Catholic Education in the Diocese of Saginaw
St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic School Celebrates 100 Years of Education and Faith
St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic School kicks-off centennial celebration!
Synod Inspires Changes in Catholic Schools
Diocese listens to 'The next generation of the faith.'
What is the Our Catholic Schools: Centered in Christ, Committed to Excellence initiative?
Dedicated to strengthening and growing Catholic schools in the Diocese of Saginaw