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Faustina: Love and Mercy


On Monday, October 28, for one night only, theaters across the nation will share the story of St. Faustina Kowalska, a Polish nun whose visions of Jesus led to the Divine Mercy devotion. Faustina: Love and Mercy provides an in-depth exploration of St. Faustina’s journey and the message she received from Jesus. Over 80 years after St. Faustina’s death, the effects of the Divine Mercy devotion continue to impact millions of people around the world.



7:00 P.M. – Quality 10 Saginaw

7:00 P.M. – Bay City 10 GDX

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Who We Are


The Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop and manage funds to secure and further God’s work in our communities.

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We have a variety of endowed funds to support Catholic schools and students, the poor and those in need, ministry, and other donor advised charities.

Learn more about our funds.

The Poor and Vulnerable


As Catholics, we are called to serve the poor and vulnerable in our community. CCFMM has several funds that fulfill this exact purpose. To learn more about the impact CCFMM funds have had in our Diocese, members of our Marketing Committee reached out to the Mustard Seed Shelter in Saginaw, LifeClinic Community Resources in Saginaw and Midland, Life Choices in Mount Pleasant, and the East Side Soup Kitchen in Saginaw. Their stories are ones of love, charity, and above all, hope.


Please visit our Stories section to read about how CCFMM funds are impacting the poor and vulnerable in our community.

Thank You to our Sponsors!

Thanks for making a difference in our communities today and tomorrow through the Catholic Community Foundation.

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