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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World Mission Sunday

St. Anthony School finds a mission in Ugandan students Almsgiving, prayer and fasting are at the heart of living the Christian life, and all three elements are alive in the […]

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Closing Mass marks anniversary of the ‘Miracle of the Sun’

On Friday, Oct. 13, the miracle performed by Our Lady of Fatima and the closing of the yearlong anniversary observance of her appearances will be celebrated in the Diocese of […]

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University of Notre Dame Celebrates 175th Anniversary Mass

For more photos from Notre Dame click here. On November 26, 1842, Father Edward Sorin and his brother companions of the Congregation of Holy Cross arrived at the snowy property […]

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St. John the Baptist, South Bend, welcomes Leon Baker

“This is not a job — it is a calling,” explained Leon Baker, newly appointed principal of St. John the Baptist School, South Bend. Retired from his first career as […]

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Joe Miller to lead at St. Adalbert

Although not Latino by birth, Joseph Miller’s heart has always been called to be with the Latino community. Thus, his preparation and background for his new position as principal of […]

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Education is vocation for principal Karen Salvador

Listening to the Holy Spirit call her ”home,” Karen Salvador is grateful to be once again working in her childhood parish. “I grew up at St. Monica Parish and graduated […]

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Veldman steps in at Holy Family

“Being family” at Holy Family School, South Bend, is very important to newly appointed interim principal Jennifer Veldman, both personally and professionally. She and her family have been a part […]

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Christ the King Parish: ‘Making God known, loved and served’

“Making God known, loved and served” is not only the mission statement of Christ the King Parish, South Bend, it is at the heart of this vibrant parish. From welcoming […]

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From one mother to another: Christ Child Society celebrates 70 years of care and service

On Thursday evening, June 15, the Christ Child Society of South Bend opened a special exhibit about its programs with a ribbon-cutting and silent auction at the History Museum in […]

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Led by the Spirit: Father Michael Driscoll

Full of joy and excitement for his ministry and vocation, Father Michael Driscoll will celebrate 40 years of priestly ordination this year. Although he recognized early, in second grade, that […]

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‘Holy Spirits:’ A pilgrimage on the Bourbon Trail

The office of Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend was awarded a renewable grant by the Friends of Young Adult Ministries for outreach to young adults […]

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Deacons prepare for Ordination to the Priesthood

‘Blessed and prepared’: Deacon Dennis Di Benedetto His very name speaks of God. Benedetto meaning “blessed” in Italian, and Deacon Dennis Di Benedetto, of Italian-Sicilian heritage, feels just that. The […]