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Beloved Daughters: A Retreat for Young Women Ages 16-22

Young women ages 16-22 are invited to a day retreat at the University of Notre Dame’s Sacred Heart Parish Center on Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]

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Notre Dame Children’s Choir Winter Vespers Concert

The Notre Dame Children’s choir invites you to its Winter Vespers Concert on Friday, March 8, at 7 p.m. This annual concert features four choirs ages 9-18 performing sacred choral […]

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Made for Such a Time

GIFTS OF BLACK CATHOLICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY CHURCH To conclude Black History Month, join authors and podcasters Marcia Lane-McGee and Shannon Wimp Schmidt at Remick Commons on the University […]

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The Role of a Synodal Bishop

A presentation by Cardinal Mario Grech, speaking on “The Role of the Synodal Bishop” will be on Monday, Feb. 26, from 7:15-8 p.m. at McKenna Hall, Reyes Family Board Room […]

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La Luz Está Encendida Para Ti

Esta Cuaresma, cada iglesia católica en la Diócesis de Fort Wayne-South Bend tendrá Confesiones disponibles el jueves 7 de marzo de 6-8 p.m. Si has estado renuente a acercarte al […]

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Confession in every diocesan parish | The Light is On For You

This Lenten season, every Catholic parish in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend will have priests available for confessions on Thursday, March 7, from 6-8 p.m.  If you have been […]

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The Eucharist and Human Dignity

Clemens Sedmak, Ph.D. will offer the first in a six-part lecture series called “The Only Solution is Love: The Eucharist and Catholic Social Teaching.” This first lecture, titled “The Eucharist […]

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Eucharistic Abundance and Social Regeneration

Dr. Margaret Pfeil will explore the relationship between Eucharistic liturgy and Catholic social thought in conversation with the insights of St. Basil of Caesarea, St. Irenaeus, Dorothy Day, Virgil Michel, […]

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Fruit of the Earth and Work of Human Hands: Eucharist as Integral Ecology

Dr. Emmanuel Katongole will highlight the connections between Eucharist and ecology with a view of making two interconnected claims, namely (1) that an adequate understanding of the Eucharist intensifies and […]

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The Eucharistic Sacrifice and the Mission to the Poor

Most Rev. Daniel E. Flores, S.T.D. who has served as the Bishop of the Diocese of Brownsville since 2009, will describe the dynamism inherent within the Eucharistic celebration that both […]

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God in Things and People: Commodity Fetishism and the Eucharist

One of the pathologies that produce poverty in the current economic system is the simultaneous deification of things and reification of people: we invest divinity in material things, while people […]

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A Theology of Migration: The Bodies of Refugees and the Body Of Christ

Daniel G. Groody, CSC, will offer the fourth in a six-part lecture series called “The Only Solution is Love: The Eucharist and Catholic Social Teaching.” This fourth lecture, titled “A […]