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  • Nov. Service Saturday

    For the last few years making Blessing Bags for the Homeless has been our most popular Service Saturday and this year it will be November 3rd, 2018

    We will start at 9am in the Parish Hall and be done by 11am.

    For this Service Project we greatly need the support of everyone with donations for the Blessing Bags. For a list of specific items to donate please click here. Please drop off between October 1 and November 1 in the Church Gathering Space or in the Parish Office. 

    Click Here to Sign Up to help assemble the bags on November 3. 

  • Diocese of Lansing Women's Conference

    Diocese of Lansing
    Catholic Women's Conference
     
    November 3, 2018
    9:00 - 5:00 
     
    Lansing Center
    333 E. Michigan Ave
    Lansing, MI 48933


    Father Chris Alar: Director of the Association of Marian Helpers in Stockbridge, Mass; home of the National Shrine of Divine Mercy.
     
    Kelly Wahlquist: Founder of the national women's ministry WINE: Women in the New Evangelization;  associate director for the Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneaopolis
     
    Karen Ervin: Consecrated Virgin in the Archdiocese of Detroit; principal of  the Catherine of Siena all girls school in Wixom, Michigan
     
    Mass Celebrant:  Bishop emeritus Carl Mengeling
    Eucharistic Adoration with Bishop Earl Boyea
     
    Back again this year is music by Melanie Rea and Emcee Erin Carlson


     

  • 40 Days for Life


    The 40 Days for life Campaign will run from September 26th until November 4th this fall. St. Gerard has again committed to be a part of this effort, standing and peacefully praying across from the Frandor Planned Parenthood Clinic on Clippert Street as a silent witness to end abortion in our city- and beyond. We will focus on taking Friday hours in union with the Passion of Jesus.
    Since 2009 our parishioners have been a prayerful witness to the gift of life and three Lansing abortion facilities have been closed within that time frame. Our efforts are prayer and fasting, without confrontation. By coming together in prayer, we seek to be a presence and a voice for the innocent, unborn children and support for mothers in difficult situations. 

  • Connect With St. Gerard

    St. Gerard uses many means of communication to connect with our parishioners and community. We have the Bulletin and the Website of course, but we also are on many social media platforms. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook! You can also use the icons at the top right of the website. Get daily news and inspiration by following St. Gerard on social media.
     

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