We are grateful for Bishop Walkowiak’s leadership, and we cannot think of a more deserving person to receive this award.
More than 6,550 students in 31 Catholic schools across the Diocese of Grand Rapids are celebrating national Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 27 - Feb. 2.
An inspiring painting has now been officially installed inside the entrance of All Saints Academy’s middle school campus, showing a group of saints adoring Christ in the Eucharist.
Members of school boards across the Diocese of Grand Rapids recently gathered to share best practices, brainstorm, and advance Catholic education in our community.
They’ll share best practices in topics like technology resources and faith integration in curriculum.
The conference explores the topic of serving students with special needs within the Catholic school setting.
The Diocese of Grand Rapids’ Office of Communications issues the following statement in regard to the search warrant executed in all seven Michigan Catholic dioceses on Oct. 3.
The diocese's Office of Communications issues this statement in response to the announcement by the Michigan Department of the Attorney General regarding an investigation into the Catholic Church in this state.
Bishop Walkowiak's latest communication to the faithful of West Michigan regarding the clergy abuse crisis.
Pope Francis and Bishop Walkowiak have written to the faithful following news in Pennsylvania and about Archbishop Theodore McCarrick.