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The Diocese of Lansing is hosting “What the heck is going on? Theology of the Body, Gender, Genesis” with Dr. John Grabowski, Saturday, March 25, at St. Gerard Church, Lansing. Explore St. John Paul II’s vision of the human person as male and female and how the Theology of the Body provides the answers to many modern problems that come with work, relationships, and the always rapidly changing technology of our day. He will then share his experiences of working with Pope Francis and the Synod of bishops and the role Theology of the Body plays in the ministry of Pope Francis. More info and register here

At 2:00 p.m., Sunday, March 26, at St. Patrick Church, 711 Rickett Road, Brighton, Bishop Earl Boyea will celebrate Mass for families who have experienced miscarriage or the loss of a child. Any family and their friends who have experienced the tragedy of miscarriage or the loss of a child are welcome to attend.

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Burton hosts a special needs Mass every fourth Sunday of the month. The next special needs Mass is at 1:00pm,  Sunday, March 26. This Mass has a homily and music that is tailored to all children and adults with special needs. The Mass enables all attendees to serve, read the prayers of the faithful, and participate in the liturgy and prayers with whatever they feel comfortable doing. If you have questions, call Paul at Holy Redeemer, 810-240-7879.

The Diocesan Women's Discernment Retreat will be held Saturday, April 8 - Sunday, April 9 at Camp de Sales, Brooklyn, MI.  The retreat includes meeting and hearing talks from a variety of Religious Communities and Consecrated Virgins, discernment topics, prayer, Masses both days, Eucharistic Adoration all night, Confession, one-on-one time with Sisters, and other activities.  Good meals too! Click here for more information and to register