- Aug 9, 2020
A Catholic high school in Indianapolis is dropping its “Rebels” nickname, citing the “negative connotations” tied to the name that’s often associated with the Confederacy.
An insurance company is suing the Indianapolis archdiocese, alleging that it failed to disclose allegations of child sexual abuse by a Catholic priest when it applied for liability insurance.
An Indianapolis Catholic priest donated his kidney to a mother on dialysis.
A Department of Justice announcement in mid-June that it would resume federal executions beginning at a federal prison within the Archdiocese of Indianapolis drew words of remorse and prayers from Catholic leaders for the crime victims of as well as for the inmates slated to die.
When someone was considering which high school to attend, Chris Beaty never wavered from his belief the choice should be Cathedral High School in Indianapolis. A scholarship has been established to honor Beaty, who died May 30, 2020, trying to help two women being attacked during riots in downtown Indianapolis.