How to Watch and Participate in the Witness Event

We look forward to seeing you at our online event Witness on Sunday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. 

In addition to watching, you'll be able to share your comments live. Also, who do you know who might also enjoy this event? Would you consider inviting friends and forwarding this content or sharing on Facebook?

Where to Watch and Share Live Comments 

Watch on the Witness Websiteand print or download reflection questions and get other helpful resources. The event will also live stream on our Facebook page and our YouTube page.

How to Watch on a T.V.

If you want to watch on your Smart TV, or through Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast, AppleTV, or other devices, search for the  Catholic Diocese of Saginaw YouTube page on your smart TV or streaming device. You can also watch on your TV by casting from the Facebook app. You can still chat from another device while watching on your T.V.
Learn more and preview content below. Although this event is geared towards young people, the talks and music are relevant to people of all ages and all are welcome.  

Anna, TJ, and Mathew Invite You

Below (left to right): Anna Stolz, T.J. Neuenfeldt & Matthew Conley from Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Parish in Midland will share a musical performance.

Bishop Gruss to young people: You and I are the Saints of this Generation

Click below to hear Father Adam Maher discuss Witness on Ave Maria Radio. Father Adam serves as Chaplain in Campus Ministry at Nouvel Catholic Central High School and at Saginaw Valley State University. He also serves as Assistant Vocation Director for the Diocese of Saginaw.
Doug Tooke will also share an inspiring message. He has more than 20 years of professional ministry experience and now works for ODB Films, known for the film Paul, Apostle of Christ.

Preview Music by Village Lights

Visit the Witness Website