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Catholic Charities of Northeast Indiana prepares to comply with executive order on refugees

Updated 12/4/2019; several points clarified. Catholic Charities of Northeast Indiana updated community representatives and partners, such as social services agencies, school districts and law enforcement, regarding federal government changes affecting […]

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Ancient prayer chains thrive amid modern technology

Prayer chains are a type of ministry recognized by the Church as consisting of a designated group of people that supports individuals within the parish or group who are in […]

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Noble County gains Right to Life chapter

In every conversation about the newly founded Noble County Right to Life chapter, the word “providential” echoes. It all started two years ago, according to core team member Lucy Papaik. […]

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Annual Bishop’s Appeal: local, visible and invisible support

“All politics is local.” A principle that guided strategists, campaign managers and candidates again this year, the adage means that in the election booth voters tend to make the choice […]

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Around the Diocese: November 10, 2019

Learning to evangelize the world Provided by Father John Korcsmar, CSC Approximately 70 parishioners from St. Michael Parish in Plymouth gathered Oct. 19 for a parish day of recollection. The […]

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Marian grads start out ahead with dual credit courses 

At Marian High School in Mishawaka, students aren’t just prepared for college. Through a partnership with Indiana University and Ivy Tech Community College, Marian offers a variety of classes that […]

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Holocaust violins to sing of hope

FORT WAYNE — Violins of Hope is a collection of restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. The instruments have survived concentration camps, pogroms and many long journeys […]

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Eagles spread their wings into the community

By Brittany Gelchion Eighth graders at St. Joseph Grade School are abuzz about the possibilities before them as they prepare to embark on self-directed service in the South Bend community. […]

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Hayes named advisor for consecrated vocations

Jessica Hayes has been named advisor for consecrated vocations in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. In the role, she will assist the diocese and Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades in […]

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Faith endures for black Catholics

They came to northern Indiana seeking equal treatment and better job opportunities. They didn’t always find it. The story of black Catholics in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend is […]

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Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration celebrate anniversaries

MISHAWAKA — The Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration honored four sisters celebrating jubilees of 80, 75, 60 and 40 years of religious life at a Mass Saturday, Oct. […]