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    Easter blessings to all! In his Easter message, Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades explains the meaning and the rejoicing of “Alleluia!” St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Elkhart will welcome several people into the parish on the Easter Vigil. The Rwandan community remembers the scourge of the genocide 20 years ago and will hold a memorial at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Posted on April 16, 2014, to:

  • This week’s edition covers three new canonized saints with ties to the Americas. A conference at Notre Dame focused on the beneficial effect marriage has on society. Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades writes about Holy Week in this week’s In Truth and Charity column.

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  • This week’s issue covers the diocesan Marriage and Family Conference held at the University of Notre Dame with Dr. Ray Guarendi as the keynote speaker. The Vocation Office has relocated to the Archbishop Noll Center and has made some personnel announcements. Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades talks about Lazarus in this week’s In Truth and Charity column. Pueri Cantores is captured in photos. The focus is on stewardship.

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  • This week’s issue of Today’s Catholic covers the St. Patrick Day Mass at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame. Jeannie Opdyke Smith, the only child of Holocaust rescuer Irene Gut Opdyke, visited all four Catholic high schools and the University of Saint Francis proclaiming her mother’s powerful message that “one person can make a difference.” The St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Joseph County offers a Food For Thought program that combines tutoring with preparing a family dinner.

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  • This week’s issue cover’s Pope Francis’ Ash Wednesday Mass in Rome. Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades made his pastoral visit to Bishop Luers High School where he conferred the sacrament of Confirmation to six students and gave first Communion to two students. The week’s special section covers first Communion.

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