Katie Murray

Columnist

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Thirty-nine years of faith-filled education: Karen Lohmuller

For almost four decades, Most Precious Blood School in Fort Wayne has had the joy of having Karen Lohmuller as part of its teaching staff. Her contributions to the student […]

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Bringing the community back together with music

As the weather changes and the pandemic eases, it has brought a breath of fresh air and new beginnings. Many gatherings were put on hold to keep everyone safe and […]

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Make time for the Lord during Lent

The Lenten season is a time of fasting and almsgiving in repentance and preparation for the resurrection of Christ on Easter Sunday. Most Catholics are asked to fast from eating […]

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‘We love to be around students’ — Teachers as glad as students to be back at school

Coming back to school in the fall was a dream come true for many teachers across the Fort Wayne – South Bend diocese. Getting back to in-person instruction was something […]

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Faith and resilience — Mitigation strategies provided framework for fall

The beginning of this school year looked a lot different than in years past. The pandemic made it difficult to return to the classroom, but pastors, administrators and staff were […]

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Fellowship, food and praise at Most Precious Blood

Through the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, many parishes canceled annual events, such as fish fries during Lent and rummage sales and bake sales over the summer. As activities cautiously […]

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Alpha series – conversations that lead to Christ

Sometimes people struggle with life and the things they have going on around them. Being able to have an open conversation with others, asking and answering questions about everyday life […]

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Before suspension of Lenten fish fries, fellowship and fun were their primary blessings

Fish fries have traditionally been a way for parishes to raise funds for projects and activities or to help others. During the last several years, however, there seems to have […]

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Red Mass draws legal professionals

A Red Mass was celebrated at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Fort Wayne, Tuesday evening, Oct. 2, and many practitioners of legal professions attended. Vested in the red robes […]

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Students’ lifelong friendship sustained by faith

Once a month at Lakeside Café, one can hear boisterous laughter sail through the restaurant. It comes from a cluster of tables pulled together by old friends from Central Catholic […]

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Local Catholic students remember Parkland shooting victims

On Wednesday, March 14, one month to the day after the shooting incident that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students at several of the […]

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Catechumens, candidates celebrate their journey into the Catholic faith

The Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion of catechumens and candidates, respectively, was celebrated at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Fort Wayne, on Feb. 18, where the […]