- Jul 25, 2021
Monica Kelsey knew she was adopted. She also knew she wanted to find her birth mother.
As Catholic parishes across the country are loosening pandemic Mass restrictions and several bishops are lifting the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Masses, Catholic leaders are looking at ways to encourage the faithful to come back.
An Indiana trial court May 7 dismissed the lawsuit of a former Catholic high school teacher in Indianapolis who said he was fired in 2019 because of his same-sex marriage.
As John and Mary Weisert looked forward to their 50th wedding anniversary later this year, they did so from the foundations of love and faith that still deeply marked their marriage.
Expressing sorrow for the loss of life in yet another mass shooting in the U.S., this time at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Archbishop Charles C. Thompson prayed for the victims and their families.
Father Vincent Lampert has traveled to the ends of the earth in his ministry fighting the devil as an exorcist.
An Indianapolis high school is naming a new scholarship fund in honor of alum Chris Beaty, a former Indiana University football player and businessman who was slain in downtown Indianapolis last May during unrest following the death of George Floyd.
On Feb. 1, Myanmar refugee and Indianapolis resident Paul Hnin scrolled through news articles online when a headline seized him with shock and fear: The Myanmar military had overthrown the country’s democratic government.