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Father David Tyson, CSC, inaugurated president of Holy Cross College

NOTRE DAME – Father David Theodore Tyson, CSC, was installed as the fifth president of Holy Cross College on Oct. 6, amid festivities that extended into a two-day schedule that […]

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Survey of Youth and Young Adults starting point for synod

By Megan Gettinger In January, Pope Francis presented a letter to young people and announced that the 15th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, which will take place […]

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New forms of discrimination against the disabled

By Mary Forr Before I entered college, I volunteered at the Special Olympics. I helped out in the skills division of tennis. One after another, the athletes made their way […]

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Cooperating with God’s creation: NaPro Technology

NaProTechnology, a newer women’s health science, has been growing in popularity over the past several years. The science monitors and helps women to maintain their reproductive health by utilizing medical […]

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100th Anniversary of Fatima apparitions

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady to three shepherd children at Fatima, Portugal. The Blessed Mother appeared once each month to the children from […]

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MedCon merges life concerns and health care

On Saturday, Oct. 14, medical and health care professionals are invited to MedCon, a one-day conference on health care in a Catholic context. The theme of this year’s conference is […]

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Bishop Rhoades visits refugee families to ‘Share the Journey’

On Wednesday, Sept. 27, Pope Francis inaugurated a two-year global public action and awareness crusade to promote opportunities for migrants and their new communities to strengthen the bond between them. […]

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Candidates to be called to sainthood at retreat

Young people from around the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend will gather at Marian High School in Mishawaka for this year’s confirmation retreat, an all-day event slated for Saturday, Oct. […]

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Cursillo men challenged to develop lives of conviction

The Cursillo movement is a lay movement within the Catholic Church. Spanish for “a little course,” it was originally designed to assist in the training of the pilgrim guides who […]

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Red Masses slated for Oct. 2-3

In the upcoming days, Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades will once again celebrate the annual Red Masses for the diocese, an ancient tradition commemorating the ever-relevant necessity of upholding faith and […]

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Priest’s emails make case for the self-sacrificial love of Godly relationships

The challenges young men and women face in building relationships today seem increasingly daunting. Technological developments, even those meant to increase personal connectivity, tend to have the opposite overall effect […]

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ABA: Realizing the hopes and dreams of refugees

As the theme of this year’s Annual Bishop’s Appeal video reminds us, Catholics across the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend — regardless of ethnicity, age, gender, income level or condition […]