Sarah Dustman

Sarah Dustman

Freelance Writer

Sarah Dustman is a parishioner at St. Vincent de Paul in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She attended Bishop Dwenger High School and Indiana University/Purdue University Fort Wayne. During her time at IPFW she was involved with the Mastodon Catholic group and served as an officer for two years.

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Bishop: ‘Suffering can have meaning’

The third Saturday of each month except December, the Praying with Father Solanus Casey group hosts a rosary and Mass for the Sick at St. Felix friary in Huntington. St. […]

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Recalling the apostles’ Good Friday weakness

Tenebrae, meaning shadows or darkness in Latin, is a Holy Week service that uses the simplicity of mostly darkness and some candlelight, along with psalms, prayers and music to reflect […]

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Mastodon Catholics strengthen commitment and community

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Catholic group, Mastodon Catholic, is focusing this year on developing community and dipping deeper into the faith. The group has also gone through changes that […]

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In MY diocese: St. Mary, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

IMD: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception St. Mary Mother of God parish rises from adversity, reaches out By Sarah Dustman One of the unique things about St. Mary Mother of […]

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Joint Catholic, LDS conference affirms role of faith in marriage

By Sarah Dustman Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades was the keynote speakers at the Strengthening Marriage and the Family: Building a Christ-Centered Home conference on Saturday, Nov. 12, at Bishop Luers […]

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Fatima: Our Lady and the children

In 2017, Catholic faithful the world over will observe the 100th anniversary of the appearance of the Virgin Mary to three children in Portugal. With this issue, Today’s Catholic inaugurates […]