• This week’s issue covers Pope Francis’ Easter address and blessing. For those interested in the 2016 World Youth Day pilgrimage to Poland, the diocese has announced “Take Me to World Youth Day” Sweepstakes. Bishop Rhoades address the RFRA firestorm in his column, In Truth and Charity.”

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  • Happy Easter from all at Today’s Catholic. This week’s Easter issue covers the Chrism Masses, explains the Religious Freedom legislation, tells the story of Nick Zehr joining the Church and covers the upcoming spring sports at the Catholic high schools. Bishop Rhoades writes about the joy of being Christian in the In Truth and Charity column.

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  • This week’s issue prepares the readers for Holy Week. Women from across the diocese met at the St. Felix Catholic Center in Huntington for the diocesan women’s retreat, Women Encounter Jesus. Notre Dame and Holy Cross College educators are offering college courses for prisoners at the Westville facility. Bishop Rhodes writes about the Easter Triduum in this week’s paper.

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  • This week’s podcast covers the upcoming Prayer in Memory of Those Who Gave Their Lives for the Gospel, coordinated by the diocese and the Community of Sant’Egidio. The prayer service will be at 7:15 p.m. on Palm Sunday, March 29, at St. Matthew Cathedral in South Bend. The Sankofa Day of Reflection was held at St. Augustine Church on March 14. Pope Francis has announced an upcoming Holy Year of Mercy. Bishop Rhoades writes about the Agony in the Garden in this week’s In Truth and Charity.

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    This week’s issue covers the bishops’ of Indiana pastoral focusing on poverty in Indiana. The U.S. Supreme Court orders the 7th U.S. Circuit Court to reconsider its previous ruling and review whereto the University of Notre Dame must pay for coverage of contraceptives in employee and student insurance plans. St. Jude Parish, Fort Wayne, is offering a Lenten program called Stations of Service that puts the corporal works of mercy in motion.

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