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Soon-to-be-deported mother praying to God ‘to keep my family together’

INDIANAPOLIS -- After standing in sweltering heat for 40 minutes, dozens of supporters cheered as Erika Fierro emerged from the building May 31. That she...

Called to faith at Catholic youth gathering

For The Dialog Young people discover how church ‘relates to your life’ at national conference Ania Zdunek seems like someone who would recognize God’s presence about...

Pope tells archbishops not to be ‘armchair Catholics,’ but apostles

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The Catholic Church’s new cardinals and new archbishops must be willing to risk everything, patiently endure evil and bear...

U.S. bishops focused on 'ensuring fundamental right’ to health care

Catholic News Service INDIANAPOLIS — As the country awaits the U.S. Senate’s plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act in the coming weeks,...

Gregory: Bishops ‘can never say we are sorry enough’ for tragedy...

INDIANAPOLIS — Atlanta Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory said June 14 the U.S. Catholic bishops “can never say that we are sorry enough for the...

Faith is the bedrock of who they are, say Catholic youths...

INDIANAPOLIS — In one moment, the hope for the future of the U.S. Catholic Church could be seen in the eyes and the hands...

More Anglican parishes join church

WASHINGTON — Anglican parishes in Philadelphia and Indianapolis were received into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church in early April, and two Anglican...

Youth honor Christ with electronic ‘holy shoutout’

INDIANAPOLIS -- More than 2,000 years after his birth, Christ the King was honored in a historic way with a massive electronic "holy shoutout"...

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