Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller

Freelance Writer

Originally from Long Island, N.Y., Jennifer Miller is currently a writer, homemaker and artist. She holds a Master of Divinity degree from the University of Notre Dame, as well as a Master of Art in Teaching and a bachelor’s degree in history, studio art and art history. Her professional interests focus on pro-life issues, education, art and the liturgical year. When not writing or taking photos for Today's Catholic, she can be found enjoying the company of her husband and two hilarious children.

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Christmas shopping with Catholic social teaching in mind

Being Catholic isn’t limited to liturgies and attending Mass for an hour on Sunday. Being Catholic fully permeates every aspect of one’s life, from the books read — or not […]

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Blessed Carlo Acutis and ‘the full beauty’ of the Eucharist

When Christine Baglow, youth minister at St. Joseph Parish, South Bend, heard the special Vatican Eucharistic Miracle Exhibit was going to be traveling again, she knew the perfect time for […]

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Sts. Isaac Jogues and Jean de Brebeuf, companions on the journey

Simply called the North American martyrs, Sts. Isaac Jogues and seven companions are remembered every year in October for sharing the Gospel with the Native Americans of the Huron nation […]

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Choosing to live differently: Red Masses celebrated

“The Red Mass is a votive Mass of the Holy Spirit. Every year at this Mass, we pray for members of the legal profession, lawyers, judges, students and professors of […]

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Couples witness to God’s love and fidelity at anniversary Mass

Physically and spiritually, Catholic couples on the South Bend side of the diocese joined together Sunday, Oct. 11, at St. Matthew Cathedral to thank God and celebrate their anniversaries of […]

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‘Hark! The herald angels

Our American culture is prone to make-believe. Fairies, mermaids, hobbits and gnomes are all popular pretend creatures in books, movies and gardens, capturing people’s imaginations. Real, spiritual creatures, such as […]

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Red Masses to be celebrated in diocese

For more than 775 years, “Red” Masses have been celebrated annually. Asking God’s grace and wisdom upon the start of the judicial year, the Red Mass invites into worship and […]

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Catholic Schools Mission Day —

How Catholicism can transform schools, society through science and racial justice Like the start of the 2020-21 school year, Catholic Schools Mission Day was unique. Via the Zoom platform on […]

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Mary: queen mother of our souls

Mother of Jesus is one of the most common titles given to Mary. It holds the basic truth of her identity but is also the key to an often-forgotten, feast […]

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‘Go and tell the Good News: the feast of St. Mary Magdalene’

This July 22, in the midst of the Church’s ordinary time of everyday life and summer heat, is the feast of St. Mary Magdalene. Catholic tradition nicknamed her “the apostle […]

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Resting in the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The past eight weeks have been unusual, to say the least. With schedules, lives and people’s world turned upside down, every person has been through a challenging time. A time […]

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Growing into God’s call

In the sixth grade, Keeton Lockwood first heard God’s call to consider the vocation of religious life. He just moved from Auburn to Fort Wayne and joined St. Vincent de […]