• The Sept. 28, 2014 issue covers the papal visit to Albania on Sept. 21. The Women’s Care Center celebrates 30 years of service. Bishop Blasé Cupich has been appointed archbishop of Chicago. Our special section covers College and Careers.

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  • This issue covers the 50th anniversary Mass of Marian High School in Mishawaka on Sept. 2. Nine priests celebrating jubilees were honored at Mass on Sept. 11. Bishop Rhoades speaks of St. Matthew, the diocese’s secondary patron saint in his column. Father Leonard Chrobot, who died last week, is remembered in a tribute.

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  • This issue covers the Founders Day Convocation and Mass at the University of Saint Francis. Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades celebrated the Mass and also visited Sacred Heart School in Warsaw in August. St. Bernard Parish in Wabash celebrated its 150th anniversary. Conventual Franciscan Father Fred Pasche talks about St. Anthony Parish, Angola, as he heads into retirement this week.

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  • This week’s issue covers the rededication of the diocese and the individual consecration of the faithful to Mary. The Mass on Aug. 15 was followed by a Marian procession and the launching of the Festival of Faith, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Bishop Rhoades celebrated Mass and blessed the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish educational wing. Pope Francis visited Korea on a pilgrimage trip. St. Francis Xavier Parish Pierceton celebrated its 150th anniversary on Aug. 17.

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  • This week’s issue covers the upcoming consecration and rededication of the diocese to Mary. Fifty-five campers representing 23 parishes and 15 volunteers recently spent a fun and faith-filled week at Camp Mack on Lake Waubee for Catholic Summer Youth Camp. Bishop Rhoades address the migrant children humanitarian crisis in this week’s In Truth and Charity. Aaron Seng is the new diocesan youth director. Two faculty members from Bishop Dwenger High School recently returned from Ghana.

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