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Understanding the ‘Feminine Genius’ of All Women

Diocese

National Eucharistic Pilgrimage to Visit 11 Parishes Across Diocese 

Diocese

Contemplate Rebirth Through Christ’s Living Water This Lent

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Rest in Peace: March 3, 2024

Fort Wayne Patricia Woehnker, 96, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton James Sorg, 81, St. Jude Huntington Donna Lee Gass, 77, SS. Peter and Paul Sally Manes, 87, SS. Peter and Paul […]

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Bishop Rhoades Speaks on ‘Unwanted Abortions’ at Notre Dame

Bishop Rhoades remembers being a high school student when the Supreme Court decided the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade. “We were all appalled, like, how could this be?” he […]

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Diocese

Father Mike Schmitz Speaks on Relationships at Notre Dame

There’s a joke about a husband who turns to his wife and says, “You’re welcome.” “For what?” the wife asks. “For the rib,” the husband responds (referencing the Biblical story […]

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Court: Frozen Embryos Are Children Under Alabama Law

(OSV News) – An Alabama Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos qualify as children under state law has raised complex legal questions about artificial reproductive practices opposed by the Catholic […]

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News Briefs: March 3, 2024

U.S. Bishops Launch Teaching Initiative Called ‘Love Means More’ WASHINGTON (OSV News) – “Love Means More,” a new teaching initiative of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, has a statement […]

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Social Justice Drives Advocacy for Undocumented Residents

While the latest attempt to provide driving privilege cards for undocumented residents is stuck in neutral at the Statehouse, Indiana Catholics continue to advocate on this and other issues affecting […]

Columns
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Perspective

Lent Reminds Us of Our Humanity – the Good and the Bad

Third Sunday of Lent The Book of Exodus is the source of the first biblical reading this weekend. In Hebrew history, the Exodus virtually was unsurpassed as an event of […]

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Perspective

Our Call to a Cheerful Lent

If you are like me, perhaps Lent takes some getting used to. On the surface, it doesn’t seem like a season filled with much joy. The notion of giving up […]

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A Eucharistic Word: Viaticum, Food for the Journey

The days of the COVID-19 lockdown were a great opportunity to show love for those around us. And that was particularly true in the face of so much suffering and […]

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