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Christmas CD benefits mother and child at Women’s Care Center

By Kay Cozad FORT WAYNE — “Unto Us a Child is Born,” is a festive music CD released just in time for the Christmas season that has a dual purpose, […]

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The parish-wide mission is an excellent method of evangelization

The parish mission and the new evangelization “I have been in this parish 60 years, and this is the finest and best week in all that time.” The remarks of […]

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The appointment of Professor Cavadini to the International Theological Commission

Statement from Bishop John M. D’Arcy The appointment by Pope Benedict XVI of Professor John Cavadini, Ph.D., chair of the theology department at Notre Dame to the International Theological Commission […]

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Area seniors making a real difference through RSVP

By Mary Kinder AUBURN — Giving of yourself — your time and talent — has long been a cornerstone of the Catholic Church. This honored tenant is fully realized in […]

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New Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center ready to open

By Karen Clifford MISHAWAKA — With large spacious windows, generously sized bathrooms, flat screen televisions, bamboo doors, a large atrium with an ATM and a sizable dining facility with a […]

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Podcast: December 6, 2009

This week’s issue celebrates the first Sunday of Advent. Catholic-Lutheran Advent vespers was held last Sunday at St. Peter Church in Fort Wayne. Notre Dame will not retain Charlie Weis […]

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Five ideas for Advent

In the early years of our marriage, David and I, like many young, Catholic newlyweds, put a lot of thought into how we would celebrate each liturgical season with our […]

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Where is Lydda where St. Peter cured Aeneas of paralysis?

In the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament, St. Peter cured Aeneas, a Christian of the town of Lydda in Israel of paralysis. Peter said “Aeneas, Jesus Christ cures […]

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Joy and peace will prevail

2nd Sunday of Advent Lk 3:1-6 The Book of Baruch, the source of this Advent’s weekend first biblical reading, is relatively brief, only five chapters. It also is among the […]

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Happy New Year: Advent

When you read the title of this column you probably thought I was several weeks ahead of myself or that a little dementia has set in. Well, I know what […]

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At the heart of the ecumenical movement is prayer together

Catholic-Lutheran prayer together: Holy and beautiful, but painful, too We gathered in the beloved old St. Peter Parish, Fort Wayne, for the annual vesper service between Catholics and Lutherans. It […]

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The great eighth is as good as the first

Bishop Luers Knights win the 2-A State Football Championship By Sean McBride INDIANAPOLIS — Luers Spirit is alive and well and was on display for the entire state last Friday […]