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Panel discusses homelessness in Fort Wayne

By Lauren Caggiano FORT WAYNE — What is the face of homelessness? A group of local experts on the topic attempted to answer questions like this at a panel session […]

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Seminarians admitted to candidacy

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The liturgy of Evening Prayer marked a defining moment in the priestly formation of 15 seminarians at the Pontifical College Josephinum on April 24 when the Most […]

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Woman to woman in parish ministries

In this month of May as the faithful of the diocese celebrate not only their devotion to the Blessed Mother but also their own earthly mothers, Today’s Catholic celebrates the […]

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Bishop Rhoades to bless new Redeemer Radio facilities

FORT WAYNE — Redeemer Radio, Catholic Radio AM 1450, announced that Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades will bless the new studio facilities of Redeemer Radio on May 11 at 10 a.m. […]

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The vocation of motherhood

By Sister Margie Lavonis, CSC May is traditionally dedicated to Mary, the mother of Jesus. Besides honoring Mary in May, we also single out and thank our own mothers on […]

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Authentic hope comes from something beyond ourselves

University of Saint Francis baccalaureate Mass Greetings in the peace and joy of the Lord! I am writing this column on Saturday, May 1, having just returned from celebrating the […]

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Seleucia mentioned in Acts of the Apostles

What did Seleucia, the port of Antioch, look like at the time of St. Paul? Seleucia is mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament as the […]

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The Church calls us to strong faith

6th Sunday in Easter Jn 14:23-29 The Acts of the Apostles again provides the first reading for a weekend in the Easter season. As it grew, Christianity not only expanded […]

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Church seeks to help Louisiana fishing community face latest challenge

By Peter Finney Jr. NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — Inside St. Bernard Church May 2, parishioners whose lives depend on the fishing industry and who endured and overcame the battering of […]

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Pope condemns bombings targeting Iraqi Christians in Mosul

By Carol Glatz VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Benedict XVI condemned fresh violence against Christians in Iraq and called on the nation to work toward peace. In a telegram written […]

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Pope, at audience, calls for complete nuclear disarmament

By Cindy Wooden VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Benedict XVI asked world leaders to work calmly and seriously to control the spread of nuclear weapons “in the prospect of their […]

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Archbishop: Despite discouragement, it's 'high season' for ecumenism

TAMPA, Fla. (CNS) — Despite disappointment and discouragement voiced over the slower pace of ecumenical talks than in decades past, Atlanta Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory offered his view that it […]