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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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 […]

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First Communions lead way for public Masses to resume

“I felt excited, like a little kid myself, to be able to receive Jesus today. In a way, it was a ‘first Communion’ for most of us, after missing the […]

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Raising adults begins at the crib

When Sister Deborah Davis, PHJC, explains to parents in the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting class that “to raise adults, one needs to start at the crib,” she often observes […]

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Sitting and waiting: living Holy Saturday

Arriving at the emergency room, we were so rushed with the hustle and bustle of nurses and questions, my grieving, shocked, tear-stained brain never really processed where we actually were […]

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Ugandan Stations of the Cross reflects culture of local parish

When St. Augustine parishioner Cheryl Ashe first saw the long, yellow banner with Jesus crucified in the middle, surrounded by the Stations of the Cross, she felt it would be important […]

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St. Joseph, model of a good and holy family man

A river. A road. A county. A hospital, bank and parishes, too: a medical system, a valley, parks and many schools. All of these places, organizations and businesses are named […]

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Let the good times roll

The natural world has days of abundance and scarcity. Autumnal harvest days bring bountiful crops of apples upon apples, while winter’s lean days offer a ravenousness search for any sight […]

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Michiana shows support for the unborn

This year marks the 47th anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade legalizing abortion.

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Bishop Rhoades celebrates Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Gratitude abounds — To begin the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades concelebrated and preached a homily during the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom of […]

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Witness to the power of prayer

“Mary! I’ve been praying for you for months! Nice to meet you,” said her new co-worker with a welcoming smile. Heading into her first faculty meeting as a student teacher […]

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Theotokos

“Theotokos:” A word that to the average American ear might sound like an appetizer on a Greek menu, is actually older than spanakopita itself. This word is an ancient Greek […]

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Faith and Science: a divine Catholic education

Catholic education forms the whole person, mind, body and soul. It teaches children and young people how to live well for today, as well as how to strive to live […]