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This page serves as a home page for parishes on our diocesan website, a hub aggregating parish-oriented content.


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South Bend Neighborhood Hosts Annual Stations of the Cross
When everything was shut down for Covid in 2020, many Catholics were left wondering how best to celebrate their faith during Holy Week. One South Bend neighborhood, Sunnymede, decided to create a neighborhood outdoor walking Stations of the Cross so that families could honor the week while taking precautions. Lori Divita, a St. Anthony of… Read More
Bishop Encourages St. Therese Students to ‘Go to Joseph’ on His Feast Day
On a day honoring the patron saint of the Catholic Church, Bishop Rhoades spent his morning showing Catholic youth “the love of God the Father” that was so beautifully modeled by St. Joseph himself. Photos by Eric PeatBishop Kevin C. Rhoades speaks to the students at St. Therese School during his pastoral visit. St. Therese… Read More
‘School Choice for All’ Applauded
Principals and school choice advocates from in and around Fort Wayne gathered at Bishop Dwenger High School on Thursday, March 16, for one of a series of “Share the Vision: School Choice for All” events to learn about and push for pending school choice legislation being considered by the Indiana General Assembly. Throughout the rally,… Read More
Adoration by Candlelight Proves to be Powerful Experience for Faithful in Attendance
When Jesus encountered the Samaritan woman at the well, He said, “give me a drink” (John 4:7). His desire was not for well water, but for the outpouring and trust of her heart. When she realized that she was conversing with the true Messiah and that He knew and loved her beyond anything she had… Read More
Celebration of 150 Years for Historic Irish Church in Lagro
When local employers rejected Irish laborers in the mid-1800s, many earned their wage by constructing the Wabash-Erie Canal which once cut through part of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. After finishing the canal, some of the Irish settled in communities along its route, including the town of Lagro, Indiana. It was 150 years ago… Read More
St. Dominic Church, Bremen – March 19: 10:30 a.m. St. Dominic Parish, Bremen St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Fort Wayne – March 24: 7 p.m. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Fort Wayne Our Lady of Good Hope Church, Fort Wayne – March 26: 2 p.m. Our Lady of Good Hope Parish, Fort Wayne Our Lady… Read More
St. Patrick and St. Joseph Very Well Represented Throughout Diocese
With five diocesan parishes (South Bend, Fort Wayne, Ligonier, Arcola, Walkerton) and two chapels (Lagro and Notre Dame’s Dillon Hall) named in honor of St. Patrick, it is clear that his legacy has deep roots in Indiana. Outdone only by Our Lady, St. Joseph totals even more, with eight diocesan churches (South Bend, Mishawaka, Fort… Read More
Stewardship Blossoms into Copious Works at St. Stanislaus Kostka
Father Robert Garrow often speaks to the parishes to which he is appointed about the spirituality of stewardship — particularly as it manifests in caring for facilities in a manner that preserves them for future generations of the faithful. Through his appointments, as well as through participation on the Diocesan Budget Review Committee and the… Read More

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