July 17, 2014

Catholic Review Column: The Church in the Home

Growing up in New Albany, Ind., during the 1950s, I never heard the term “domestic church,” but I knew what it meant. I knew it because my parents and my friends’ parents made their homes domestic churches, even before that phrase from our Catholic tradition was retrieved during the Second Vatican Council. I guess you...
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Secret Service: Order of Malta quietly casts a long, spiritual shadow

CORRECTED -- The lack of notoriety for the Knights of Malta, it seems, is by design.
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Nationally recognized formation program doesn’t take a vacation

“It really brings something else, another set of tools, when you’re doing your planning or discussion.” - Monica Souza
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Longtime Mercy volunteer concludes more than five decades of service

A 1937 graduate of IND, Anna Hergenroeder volunteered for 52 years at Mercy Hospital.
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Take me out to the ballgame: Oriole Park though the eyes of the team’s biggest fan

For those who moonlight as the Oriole Bird, mascot of the Baltimore Orioles, making people smile brings great joy.
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