Jodi Marlin

Author

Jodi Marlin served as editor of Today’s Catholic from July 2016 to January 2022. Prior to this, Jodi was a reporter and editor at The Papers, Inc. for eight years, a reporter for The Elkhart Truth for 5 years and a freelance writer for various publications. She is fluent in Spanish, too, with her most recent studies of the language having led to a Master’s Certificate in Spanish Translation from the University of Texas in 2014. Previous to taking a position with the diocese, Jodi served at St. John the Evangelist school and parish in Goshen, where she was coordinator of Hispanic Ministry, Spanish teacher for grades K-5 and parish DRE.

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Last synod discussion prompts self-reflection, recommitment

Parishioners of St. Patrick, Ligonier, spoke sincerely about their own practices of the Catholic faith, as well as that of others, when they gathered on March 8 in the lower […]

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Giving women and men the power to choose life

“Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception.”  So begin paragraphs 2270-2275 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the compendium of doctrine with which […]

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Vespers kicks off year of sesquicentennial celebrations in Auburn

Immaculate Conception Parish in Auburn reverently began a series of sesquicentennial celebrations Sunday evening, Jan. 9. Led by Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, the northeast Indiana faith community joined the bishop […]

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A year of essential questions

Abortion laws. Vaccines. The centrality of the Eucharist. These and other storms of debate polarized Americans in 2021, but Catholics of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend found themselves with […]

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High school clubs support CRS mission

Addressing human suffering around the world begins with awareness, followed by Christian action. Catholic Relief Services, the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States, puts […]

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From those who have less, more is given

The Our Lady of Hungary school community is a working class one, located in a struggling socio-economic neighborhood in South Bend. Teacher Kari Wuszke is aware that for the families […]

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Doctors: Advances since Roe confirm abortion ‘takes life of unborn child’

(CNS) — At 15 weeks’ gestation, a fetus responds to touch. The neurotransmitters and nerves needed to process and transmit pain signals have formed, and most of the spinal column […]

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Newman Catholic Fellowship house blessed

For 11 years, Dr. Kevin and Cara Molyet longed for a place where students of faith at Trine University could feel supported. That dream has become a reality, and Bishop […]

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Catholic Charities builds community with city ID

A new Fort Wayne identification card will become a point of pride and a source of local discounts, hopes Catholic Charities of Northeast Indiana. It will also enable some Fort Wayne […]

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‘I couldn’t do a thing without our Lord’: centenarian Sister Valeria Foltz, OLVM

Sister Valeria Foltz, OLVM, has prayed her way through the public ministry of eight popes, six bishops of her order’s home diocese and the lives of most of her biological […]

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Bishop Rhoades honored as Notre Dame Club of Fort Wayne Person of the Year

Tradition: It’s a pillar of the Catholic Church and an elemental characteristic of the University of Notre Dame. Since the 1950s, the University of Notre Dame Club of Fort Wayne […]

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Columbia City pastor resigns; administrator appointed

Following an allegation of misconduct received Sept. 19 against St. Paul of the Cross pastor Father David Huneck, Father Huneck has resigned from his position at the parish and from […]