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How do we rebuild, renew and restore the Christian culture?

Last night, Matthew Leonard, author, podcaster, filmmaker, and Vice President of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, was keynote speaker at the Fr. Mac Scholarship Dinner in East Lansing, an annual fundraiser for education and scholarships. He gave some practical tips to those gathered on how to live boldly in order to restore the Christian culture.

“Today, we have a need to beg God assiduously for saints,” he said, quoting Saint Pope John Paul II. “The majority of the world is being led on a path of destruction. We tend to blend in. Instead, we need to lead a saintly life, not blending in, being in the world, but not of the world.” He pointed to Thomas More, a 16th Century English lawyer and statesman under King Henry VIII, as a role model who was firmly rooted in the world, but who lived a higher, holier standard than everyone else around him. More was beheaded for refusing to support the King’s divorce from his wife, Anne Boleyn, and for failing to acknowledge the King as head of the Church of England.

Event Calendar

Out of the Ashes – Rebuilding American Civilization

Author and social commentator, Anthony Esolen, of Providence College

Friday, May 12, 2017 – Come early to reserve your seat!

Talk begins at 7:30 pm (appetizers and beverages at 7 pm)

127 Rumsey Street

Mercy Hall, Lansing

He is prophet for our time, who effectively lays bare the current crisis in our culture. There’s no doubt that he is “strong drink,” but then again, I like that. Come and see. I’m confident you’ll be engaged, entertained, and challenged.”  – Fr. Steve Mattson, pastor Church of the Resurrection

“Fearless” the Documentary on the Power of the Holy Spirit

Some of you have asked for more information about this documentary. Use this link to watch the first 6 minutes of the video trailer. To rent the movie for under $5 a ticket, go here.

Feed the Babies, Keep them Dry!

Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 10 am – 2 pm

City of Lansing and Lansing Catholic High School

Click here to learn more.

Moms learn about cloth diapering, hear from nurses about personal health practices, parenting skills and receive free supplies. Contact Mary Gates at mary.gates@lansingcatholic.org for more information.

Seventh Annual Living Rosary

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Michigan State Capitol

Lansing, MI  2-3pm

“You are called to stand up for life! To respect and defend the mystery of life always and everywhere, including the lives of unborn babies, giving real help and encouragement to mothers in difficult situations. You are called to work and pray against abortion.”

 – John Paul II

Visit the New Life Center Thursdays, from noon until 1 pm, for an Open Tour at 1601 East Grand River in Lansing. We invite you to learn about our mission to uphold the dignity of every human person by ending abortion, providing healing after abortion and interceding in crisis pregnancies in our community. See our website for more information on how we are leading the effort, with God’s help and your support, to build a culture of life in Michigan. Home to Project Rachel Ministry post-abortion classes and retreats throughout the year. Email nlc@resurrectionlansing.org or call 888-456-HOPE.

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