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  • Pilgrimage for Life 'more than I expected'

    On Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, I boarded a bus and embarked on the March for Life Pilgrimage. I packed the night before and added last-minute items that afternoon, leaving my room in absolute disarray. I sat next to my friend on the bus, and we disc...

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  • Campaign seeks to grow endowment to support vocations

    The Stewards of God’s Grace campaign will bring the Diocese of Evansville closer to its long-term goal of $6 million in endowed funds to support vocations. Once fully funded, the endowments will provide a permanent and sustainable source of...

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  • Bishop urges students to put their faith in action

    During the Feb. 1 Catholic Schools Week Mass at St. Benedict Cathedral in Evansville, Bishop Charles C. Thompson urged students from the Diocese of Evansville’s 26 Catholic schools to put their faith in action. “We are called to grow...

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  • Benedictine Sister Karlene Sensmeier announces retirement

    Benedictine Father Godfrey Mullen, pastor of St. Benedict Cathedral Parish in Evansville, released a statement on Feb. 2 announcing the retirement of Benedictine sister Karlene Sensmeier as principal of St. Benedict Cathedral School. Following is...

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  • Resurrection first-graders make a difference

    First-grade students at Evansville’s Resurrection School donated thousands of dollars to 23 different charities as a result of their efforts to “Make a Difference” this school year. After school began last semester, students each...

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  • At audience, pope leads prayers for migrants, trafficking victims

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Marking the feast of St. Josephine Bakhita, a former slave, Pope Francis urged Christians to help victims of human trafficking and migrants, especially the Rohingya people being chased from Myanmar.    For the...

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  • 'Life is winning again in America,' vice president tells March for Life

    WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The leaders of the pro-life movement are used to having the ear of the president, as they had with Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush.    During their respective administrations, they addressed th...

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