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27th Sunday in Ordinary Time Mk 10:2-16 The Book of Genesis, source of the first reading for this weekend, includes stories of creation, and precisely of the creation of women. […]

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Christ wasn’t old or handicapped; how does he know what it’s like?

Over the years giving hundreds of seminars, retreats, etc. throughout the U.S. and Canada, people have made the above statements, though, perhaps, using different words. One hearing-impaired woman resentfully declared, […]

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Year for Priests is for sanctification, draws light from priestly ministry

The Year for Priests This is a year, not for our exaltation, but for our sanctification. The priest is sanctified by his ministry, but that is not automatic. He must […]

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Alveda King shares pro-life message at dinner and with high school students

By Tom Uebbing SOUTH BEND — Her life has been a rough road that finally smoothed out. Her home was bombed by the Ku Klux Klan when she and her […]

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Hang on, possibilities exist

By Karen Clifford GRANGER — For St. Pius X parishioner Suzy Younger, the cross of infertility has been a lesson in self-surrender and relinquishing control to the divine providence of […]

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St. John the Baptist celebrates 150th anniversary

By Lauren Caggiano NEW HAVEN —A parish is a “family of families,” according to Bishop John M. D’Arcy and St. John the Baptist in New Haven has proudly existed as […]

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Diocese celebrates priest jubilarians

By Mark Weber FORT WAYNE — “If a pastor is holy, the people we be.” Quoting St. John Vianney, recently declared by Pope Benedict XVI as the patron saint of […]

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Redesigned Web site launched

FORT WAYNE — The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend is anxiously awaiting the unveiling of the redesigned diocesan Web site, www.diocesefwsb.org. The site is scheduled to be unveiled on Friday, […]

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Teens chosen for holiness

By Kay Cozad FORT WAYNE — Homestead High School was the place to be for Catholic teens on Sunday Sept. 27. The public high school loaned its generous space to […]

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Knights of Columbus leader named to Vatican bank supervisory panel

By John Thavis VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The head of the Knights of Columbus has been named by Pope Benedict XVI to a five-member council that supervises the activities of […]

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Catholic leaders at UN summit urge immediate action on climate change

By Beth Griffin  UNITED NATIONS (CNS) — Climate change is more than an environmental concern; it is an issue of justice that merits immediate attention by world leaders. This was […]

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Beatification of Knights of Columbus founder seen within two years

By Jack Sheedy HARTFORD, Conn. (CNS) — Carl Anderson, supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus, said he hopes that consideration of new evidence of a possible miracle will lead […]