Evansville pilgrims stand up for life at Indiana March for Life

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Sarto Chapel repairs and refresh complete

Pro-life legislation in Statehouse spotlight

 

 

National School Choice Week begins Jan. 22

Momentum grows for providing undocumented immigrants legal path to driving

 

 

Bishop celebrates Memorial Mass for Pope Benedict XVI

St. Matthew honors ‘Mighty’ Mason Mileham with donation to Riley Hospital

On Jan. 30, St. Matthew held a special presentation in memory of Mason Mileham, who passed away in April 2022 after a courageous battle against cancer. A donation of more than $4,000 was made to Riley Children’s Hospital in Mason’s name, which sponsored a red wagon and a plaque in his honor.

SOURCE + SUMMIT welcomes Jackie Franchois Angel and Father Leo Patalingug

Well-known Catholic evangelists Jackie Franchois Angel and Fr. Leo Patalingug are coming to the 2023 SOURCE + SUMMIT! Reitz Memorial High School will host the youth retreat (for ages 13-24) March 17-19, and the Christ the King campus of Annunciation Parish will host the adult retreat March 18.

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Reitz Memorial senior John “Jack” Logan awarded Lilly Scholarship

In December, John "Jack" Logan was surprised when he was named a Vanderburgh County 2023 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship recipient. The scholarship provides full tuition, required fees and an annual stipend of up to $900 for four years of full-time undergraduate study at an accredited public or private Indiana college.

National Catholic Schools Week on the way!

National Catholic Schools Week is Jan. 29-Feb. 4. It’s a time when we recognize the role Catholic schools play in the lives of so many families, parishes and communities.

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On Jan. 23, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, about 120 high school students and adult chaperones from across the Diocese of Evansville marched in the 2023 Indiana State March for Life. The day included Mass at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in downtown Indianapolis, celebrated by Archdiocese of Indianapolis Archbishop Charles C. Thompson and concelebrated by Diocese of Evansville Bishop Joseph M. Siegel and Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana Bishop Timothy L. Doherty. After Mass, hundreds of pro-lifers marched about a mile from St. John to the steps on the south lawn of the Indiana Statehouse for a rally with multiple speakers. Shown in the photo, the Evansville group stands outside the Indiana Statehouse. See full coverage of the March in the Feb. 3 issue of The Message.

The Message photo by Megan Erbacher

Marching for Life!

The Message photo by Megan Erbacher

On Jan. 23, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, about 120 high school students and adult chaperones from across the Diocese of Evansville marched in the 2023 Indiana State March for Life. The day included Mass at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in downtown Indianapolis, celebrated by Archdiocese of Indianapolis Archbishop Charles C. Thompson and concelebrated by Diocese of Evansville Bishop Joseph M. Siegel and Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana Bishop Timothy L. Doherty. After Mass, hundreds of pro-lifers marched about a mile from St. John to the steps on the south lawn of the Indiana Statehouse for a rally with multiple speakers. Shown in the photo, the Evansville group stands outside the Indiana Statehouse. See full coverage of the March in the Feb. 3 issue of The Message.