National

‘We need a habitat on the moon,’ says former NASA flight director

Diocese

Rite of Candidacy

Local

Sisters of Providence celebrate jubilees

Local
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Diocese

Daughters of Divine Charity to depart diocese

As Sister Carmella Chojnacki, FDC, and Sister Paula Krizancic, FDC, walked to daily Mass at Corpus Christi Parish the week of July 14, they were surprised at how many parishioners […]

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Obituaries

Rest in Peace: July 21, 2019

Auburn Naomi T. Beeber, 74, Immaculate Conception Decatur Walter F. Mowery, 82, St. Mary of the Assumption Edward C. Peterson, 62, St. Mary of the Assumption Elkhart Robert Summers, 89, […]

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Diocese

Beauty will save the world workshop held at University of Saint Francis

A high school student participates in a summer theology camp, “Beauty Will Save the World,” at the University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, July 12. During the week-long experience, students […]

World News
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National

Poor Clare marks silver jubilee; she traded hoops for life of prayer

By Elizabeth A. Elliott ALEXANDRIA, Va. (CNS) — The last time Poor Clare Sister Rose Marie of the Queen of Angels hugged her mom or other family members was in 1994 […]

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Vatican

News Briefs: July 21, 2019

‘Dad-vocate’ for Down syndrome children offers powerful pro-life example CHARLESTON, S.C. (CNS) — While most of the country was winding down from its Independence Day festivities, another type of celebration […]

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National

Detroit Catholics help save iconic Ontario church

By Dan Meloy WINDSOR, Ontario (CNS) — Detroiters might soon notice a bronze glow on the horizon as they stare south across the Detroit River. Across the river from historic […]

Columns
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The Sunday Gospel

Be open to receiving the Lord’s message, His power and His love

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 10:38-42 The Book of Genesis, unfortunately, bears the burden of being remembered, and usually misunderstood, only in terms of its Creation narratives. While the […]

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Perspective

Securing authentic children’s rights

Children require extensive support and protection to meet their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. They are uniquely dependent on their parents because they are particularly vulnerable. Often they are unable […]

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Perspective

The summer reading list

Continuing a venerable tradition, I offer the following for your canicular reading pleasure:  John Hay spent decades at the center of American public life as Lincoln’s secretary and biographer, a […]

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