Catholic Diocese of Saginaw

The Catholic Diocese of Saginaw includes 56 parishes in 11 counties of Mid-Michigan.

We participate in activities of social justice, support the good works of persons locally and in other countries, prepare our children and young people to be faith-filled, responsible members of the community — and we do all this in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ. The Catholic Diocese of Saginaw includes 56 parishes in 11 counties of Mid-Michigan. This page is operated by the Communications Office of the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw. Please click "Like" to the right > in order to receive news, photos and more Diocese of Saginaw Facebook Comment Policy Followers are encouraged to post questions, comments and concerns, but should remember this is a moderated forum hosted by the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw. All posts and comments should be kept civil in tone and be marked by Christian charity and respect for the truth. They should be on topic and presume the good will of other posters. Discussion should take place primarily from a faith perspective. Comments will not be removed simply because they express opinions in disagreement with the Diocese of Saginaw. However, comments that may be deleted include those that contain: - Vulgar language - Personal attacks/inflammatory remarks against a person or group - Content blatantly off topic - Spam/Promotion of services, products, links to outside pages, political organizations, etc. - Links to sites that contain offensive material or attack Bishop Cistone and the mission of the Diocese of Saginaw - Information that is factually incorrect The Diocese of Saginaw will remove posts considered to be in violation this policy. Comments left by others on this page do not reflect the views of the Diocese of Saginaw or Bishop Cistone.

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The Quarantine’s Three Lessons About the Church - Word on Fire

Bishop Barron (Los Angeles) "So Catholics, don’t get discouraged. Rather, use this time of deprivation and abstention to awaken a deeper love for the Church in its Eucharistic, symbiotic, and incarnational distinctiveness."

wordonfire.org Here are three insights on the Church in light of the peculiar way that we have been forced to express its life during this quarantine period.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw with Fr. Bill Rutkowski from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Bishop Gruss at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church

Live interview with Bishop Gruss

Bishop Robert Gruss, of the Diocese of Saginaw, joins us. Tune in to see if Brett, Emily, and Fr. Chris can level up the class a little bit!

Watch a live interview of Bishop Gruss tonight at 8PM Eastern. He will be interviewed by a parish in the Diocese of Davenport. Bishop Gruss was ordained in the Diocese of Davenport.

Here's a link to the parish page. https://bit.ly/3aN9oiK Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church

Bishop Gruss was ordained in the Diocese of Davenport.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Bishop Gruss at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Fr. Stephen Blaxton at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Live from Saginaw at 10AM- Mass w/ Bishop Gruss. Get your worship aid here: https://bit.ly/2QV62Du Pray with us! 🙂

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Live from Saginaw at 10AM- Mass w/ Bishop Gruss. Get your worship aid here: https://bit.ly/2QV62Du Pray with us! 🙂

You can watch on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Fr. Steve Gavit at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

What worries you? What are your greatest concerns? When our worries crowd in on us, we often feel alone. Today, Bishop Gruss explored these subjects and more during his homily. He reminded the faithful of how the Lord wants to take care of us. “This is why he sent Jesus,” Bishop Gruss said.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Bishop Gruss at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Fr. Rick Filary at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Fr. Bill Rutkowski at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

St. Elizabeth Area Catholic School- Reese

These photos were shared by school families of St. Elizabeth Area Catholic School in Reese. We are grateful for the work of our Catholic school teachers and staff. Learn more about our schools: http://bit.ly/2UwCGdV

These photos were shared by school families of St. Elizabeth Area Catholic School in Reese. We are grateful for the work of our Catholic school teachers and staff. Learn more about our schools: http://bit.ly/2UwCGdV

“Is the power of the Spirit less powerful than it was 2000 years ago? No, of course not!”

In today’s homily, Bishop Gruss encourages us to pray for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon each one of us.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw w/ Bishop Gruss at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw with Father Jose Maria Cabrera at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Bishop Gruss' Homily During Holy Hour on Divine Mercy Sunday- Jesus I Trust in You

Homily by Fr. Bill Rutkowski- Sunday April 19 - St. Faustina & the Divine Mercy

Holy Hour from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Holy Hour in Saginaw with Bishop Gruss. Get a worship aid so you can follow the prayers & songs https://bit.ly/2QV62Du.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

Two of our seminarians are serving today- Kevin Wojciechowski and Matthew Gembrowski. Learn about our seminarians here: http://bit.ly/2QpW5Ml

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

Get a worship aid so you can follow the prayers & songs https://bit.ly/2QV62Du. Livestream of the Holy Hour starts at 3PM

Mass from the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, Saginaw

Mass in Saginaw with Bishop Gruss at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption.

Feel free to share prayer requests by commenting.

Although public Masses have been suspended at the present time, individual parishes continue to operate, serving their communities.

Offertory collections at Masses are their largest source of income to fund the ministries of individual parishes.

With no in-person Masses during this pandemic, collections will dwindle and put the important work and vitality of parishes at risk.

It is important that we continue to support our parishes now more than ever.

Donate to your parish here: https://bit.ly/2V6OruS

Two of our seminarians are serving today- Kevin Wojciechowski and Matthew Gembrowski. Learn about our seminarians here: http://bit.ly/2QpW5Ml

You can watch now on any smart T.V. or using Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast or AppleTV, etc.

Simply search for the Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart T.V. or streaming device such as those devices listed above.

Also, anytime you're watching on Facebook using your phone, click on the cast icon in the top right corner to cast to your T.V.

3PM today- Livestream of Holy Hour w/ Bishop Gruss for Divine Mercy Sunday. Pray with us. Details: https://bit.ly/2QV62Du3PM today- Watch

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We participate in activities of social justice, support the good works of persons locally and in other countries, prepare our children and young people to be faith-filled, responsible members of the community — and we do all this in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ. The Catholic Diocese of Saginaw includes 56 parishes in 11 counties of Mid-Michigan. This page is operated by the Communications Office of the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw. Please click "Like" to the right > in order to receive news, photos and more Diocese of Saginaw Facebook Comment Policy Followers are encouraged to post questions, comments and concerns, but should remember this is a moderated forum hosted by the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw. All posts and comments should be kept civil in tone and be marked by Christian charity and respect for the truth. They should be on topic and presume the good will of other posters. Discussion should take place primarily from a faith perspective. Comments will not be removed simply because they express opinions in disagreement with the Diocese of Saginaw. However, comments that may be deleted include those that contain: - Vulgar language - Personal attacks/inflammatory remarks against a person or group - Content blatantly off topic - Spam/Promotion of services, products, links to outside pages, political organizations, etc. - Links to sites that contain offensive material or attack our bishop and the mission of the Diocese of Saginaw - Information that is factually incorrect The Diocese of Saginaw will remove posts considered to be in violation this policy. Comments left by others on this page do not reflect the views of the Diocese of Saginaw or our bishop.

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Bishop Gruss' Homily- Friday, April 17
Bishop Gruss' homily, Wednesday, April 15

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5800 Weiss St
Saginaw, MI
48603

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Other Saginaw places of worship (show all)
AfterShock Youth AfterShock Youth
600 Gratiot Ave
Saginaw, 48602

Aftershock Youth is for 13-16 years olds. We meet across the street after 11am worship. Our leaders are Terry and Joe

مركز أهل البيت الإسلامي-Ahlulbayt Islamic Center مركز أهل البيت الإسلامي-Ahlulbayt Islamic Center
3545 Bay Rd
Saginaw, 48603

مركز أهل البيت ع الإسلامي بساجنو Ahlulbayt Islamic Center - Saginaw

I Love S 17th Street Church of Christ Saginaw I Love S 17th Street Church of Christ Saginaw
516 S 17th St
Saginaw, 48601

This page is for members, former members of the S. 17th street Church of Christ congregation as well as members of our sister congregations to be able to communcate with one another and stay touch.

State Street United Methodist Church State Street United Methodist Church
3617 Mackinaw St
Saginaw, 48602-3373

Emmanuel Catholic Church, Saginaw, Mchigan Emmanuel Catholic Church, Saginaw, Mchigan
403 S Jefferson Ave
Saginaw, 48607

The only Catholic Church in Downtown Saginaw, Michigan Our mission is to provide a Church home for anyone. ALL are welcome!

First United Methodist Church of Saginaw Michigan First United Methodist Church of Saginaw Michigan
4790 Gratiot Rd
Saginaw, 48638

Our Vision: First United Methodist Church strives to be a witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ; uplifting those without power, valuing all persons while reaching out locally and globally in God's world.

Beyond Youth Conference Beyond Youth Conference
4619 Mackinaw Rd
Saginaw, 48603

We're praising the Lord for 6 years of ministry through the Beyond Youth Conference!

세기너 장로교회  Korean Presbyterian Church of Saginaw 세기너 장로교회 Korean Presbyterian Church of Saginaw
5560 McCarty Rd
Saginaw, 48603

미시간 세기너에 위치한 미국 장로교(PC USA) 소속의 세기너 장로교회입니다. 아름다운 성전과 교육관이 있으며 Saginaw, Bay City, Midland, Mt. Pleasant의 한인들과 지역을 섬기는 교회입니다.

Bethlehem Lutheran Church & School Bethlehem Lutheran Church & School
808 Weiss St
Saginaw, 48602

Bethlehem Lutheran Church and School shares Christ's love and cares for all people in Saginaw, Michigan

The Lutheran Church of the Messiah The Lutheran Church of the Messiah
4640 N Michigan Ave
Saginaw, 48604

Messiah is a congregation of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Services are Sunday at 9:30am and Wednesday at 7pm. Visit us at www.messiahsaginaw.com

Lewis Temple Church Lewis Temple Church
3300 Hess St
Saginaw, 48601

Lewis Temple Church of Saginaw, MI under the leadership of Pastor Fred A. Lewis

Bodhi Mind Zen Bodhi Mind Zen
1015 Court St
Saginaw, 48602

Bodhi Mind Zen is a sangha of the Korean Buddhist Taego order. We meet for Meditation, Classes, and fellowship. Guiding Teacher is Rev. Seondo