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Students, Faculty Enter the Church at Saint Joseph High School During Pastoral Visit

Bishop Rhoades made a special visit to Saint Joseph High School in South Bend on Wednesday, May 1, to confer the sacraments of initiation on six members of the school […]

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Record Crowd Gathers at Right to Life Banquet in Fort Wayne

By Allison Maluchnik On Monday, October 9, Right to Life of Northeast Indiana hosted its annual banquet at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. The roughly 2,000 people […]

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Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart Celebrate Jubilees

The Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart celebrated the jubilees of their Sisters on Sunday, June 17, at St. Francis Woods, in Frankfort, Illinois. The following Jubilarians have ministered in […]

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Elaine Holmes Retires after 15 Years as Principal of St. Pius X in Granger

The smiling face in the morning drop-off line at St. Pius X School, the person who always says good morning to each and every student, the one who gives mom […]

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Around the Diocese: June 11, 2023

CCFNEI Teacher Awards                   FORT WAYNE — The Catholic Community Foundation of Northeast Indiana is proud to announce the winners of the […]

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Resources for Life Awareness

Walking with Moms in Need This is an ongoing initiative where Catholic parishes and communities “walk in the shoes” of local pregnant and parenting women in need. Visit walkingwithmomsfwsb.com Miriam’s […]

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A Very Innovative Thinker: Vicar General Father Mark Gurtner on Pope Benedict XVI

Destination: the Vatican. In 2006, a group of 21 local teenagers, their chaperones, and Father Mark Gurtner, then Pastor of Our Lady of Good Hope Church in Fort Wayne (now […]

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Cardinal Says Church is Grateful for Retired Pope’s Holiness, Ministry

NEW YORK (OSV News) — The death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has brought “a sense of sadness” to the faithful but “also a sense of gratitude … as we […]

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Thousands Pay Last Respects to Pope Benedict in St. Peter’s Basilica

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A quiet hush covered the vast expanse of St. Peter’s Square even though it was filled with thousands of people slowly winding their way around the […]

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The global Impact of a German Pope

By Paulina Guzik (OSV News) — Very few figures within the contemporary Church have influenced it as deeply and for as long as Pope Benedict XVI, who died on Dec. […]

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Pope Benedict’s Body Solemnly, Lovingly Carried to St. Peter’s Basilica

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The consecrated women who cared for Pope Benedict XVI in his retirement gently stroked his hands before his body was carried on a red-covered stretcher to […]

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USPS ‘Virgin and Child’ Stamp Features One of World’s Most Revered Images

BOSTON (CNS) — Every two years, the U.S. Postal Service issues a traditional first-class Christmas stamp showing Mary and Jesus, and this year’s stamp features an oil-on-panel painting from the […]