By Kay Cozad NOTRE DAME — The Sacred Heart Crypt Church was filled with a joyful noise on July 14 when the Friends of L’Arche/Emmaus Community members of South Bend […]
By Sister Margie Lavonis, CSC NOTRE DAME — In the presence of family, friends and members of the Holy Cross family, Kevin Grove and Gerard Olinger professed their final vows […]
By Kay Cozad HUNTINGTON — The youth at Ss. Peter and Paul Church have not been sitting idle this summer thanks to their dynamic parish youth program. In addition to […]
The United States bishops have for decades advocated a reform of the nation’s health care system based upon fundamental moral principles. The church holds that access to basic health care is a universal human right and not a privilege of the wealthy. Of course, what constitutes basic health care will differ from country to country depending upon its level of development.
The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend has named a new superintendent of Catholic schools. Mark Myers assumed the post of superintendent, vacated by Holy Cross Father Steve Kempinger, on Aug. 24 and joined the staff of the Catholic Schools Office in the Archbishop Noll Catholic Center. He brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the job.