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How do you do it all?

People ask busy mothers this all the time. Time management is an important yet elusive goal. Everyone wants to know “the secret.” I’ve been blessed to know some very holy and […]

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St. Paul began his preaching ministry in Damascus

What are the sites pertaining to St. Paul in Damascus? Damascus is a large city in Syria. It is called the oldest continually populated city in the world. Father John […]

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Be generous in trusting God

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Mk 12:38-44 The First Book of Kings furnishes the first reading from the Scriptures. Political governance, in the minds of the ancient Hebrews, was not […]

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Showing up for our time with Christ

Did you ever catch yourself saying, “I wish I could feel Christ’s encouraging hand on my shoulder. I wonder why he doesn’t let me know his presence like I used […]

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New St. Henry’s Thrift Shoppe keeps smiles coming

By Mary Kinder FORT WAYNE — There’s plenty to smile about at the new St. Henry’s Thrift Shoppe. Located on the campus of St. Henry’s on the northwest corner of […]

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Joanne Krudop retires after 43 years

By Corine Erlandson FORT WAYNE — St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth School hosted a reception on Oct. 4, in St. Elizabeth’s parish hall to honor Joanne Krudop for her 43 years as […]

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Military service teaches veteran to appreciate blessings

By Lauren Caggiano FORT WAYNE — At age 25, Matt Till is a husband, father, son and perhaps most notably, a veteran. Till is among the millions who have selflessly […]

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Kania’s Christmas decorations adorn Queen of Peace tree

By Karen Clifford MISHAWAKA — For Queen of Peace parishioners Bob and Kathy Kania, creating Christmas decorations that reflect life milestones and childhood memories exemplify the themes of peace, joy […]

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Craft show brings community together and helps those in need

By Gwen O’Brien NOTRE DAME — The Office for Civic and Social Engagement (OCSE) at Saint Mary’s College will host its third annual Christmas Craft Show on Friday, Dec. 11, […]

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We are ambassadors for Christ

In St. Paul’s Second Letter to the Corinthians he tells them that they are ambassadors for Christ. We hear that same statement every Ash Wednesday, and it was one of […]

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Privilege of ordaining a priest is something words cannot express

A moment of Catholic history The sun broke through in midmorning signaling a day never to be forgotten by those in attendance. I refer to the ordination of two priests. […]

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A gift to the people

Two ordained to the priesthood By Tim Johnson FORT WAYNE — The priesthood is a gift to the people. And that gift was celebrated Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Cathedral […]