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Marian High School pastoral visit — ‘Have you accepted Mary as your personal mother?’

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Learning to better defend life

More than 80 people spent five hours Feb. 8 learning how to be more convincing defenders of life. Attendees at the annual Kloska Family Life Defenders Boot Camp ranged from […]

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Obituaries

Rest in Peace

Fremont Paul Kocsis, 80, St. Paul Chapel Granger Nolan Zent, 2, St. Pius X Huntington Sister Francesca McGarry, OLVM, 94, Archbishop Noll Memorial Chapel Mishawaka Joan Dean, 84, St. Bavo […]

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Bishop

Weekly schedule of Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades

Sunday, February 23: 10 a.m. — Closing Mass for Diocesan World Youth Day, Bishop Luers High School, Fort Wayne Sunday, February 23: 2 p.m. — Rite of Election, Cathedral of the Immaculate […]

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Books offer spiritual nourishment during Lent, Easter season

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Here are some new books that might be useful for spiritual reading during Lent and the Easter season: — “Sacred Space for Lent 2020” by the Irish […]

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National

News Briefs: February 23, 2020

Change to public charge rule seen to have chilling effect on immigrants NEW YORK (CNS) — Widespread confusion about a recent change to the so-called “public charge” law that limits […]

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National

Child advocates align against bill treating youth as adults

Despite a chorus of opposition, a controversial bill that would send children as young as 12 to the adult criminal justice system has passed the Indiana Senate and now awaits […]

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The Sunday Gospel

If we follow God’s law out of love for Him, we act fittingly

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Matthew 5:38-48 The first reading is from the Book of Leviticus, one of the five books of the Pentateuch, the Torah, the basic revelation by […]

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Perspective

Driving with God

This morning, I was taking my high school freshman to school. Halfway there, coming toward us, was an emergency vehicle with flashing lights and sirens blaring. We were stopped at […]

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Perspective

Why we should care about the beloved Amazon

Pope Francis can be stubborn. If Americans are unlikely to care about Ukraine, as our secretary of state reportedly suggested recently, what is the likelihood American Catholics will care about […]