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  • 20 years after welfare reform: Has it worked? If so, then how well?

    WASHINGTON-LETTER-WELFARE-REFORM

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  • Pope leads 11,000 pilgrims praying rosary for quake victims

    POPE-AUDIENCE-ITALY-QUAKE

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  • Catholic Charities staff members complete disaster-related training

    Three members of the Diocese of Evansville’s Catholic Charities staff recently completed training that enables them to serve as long-term relief workers in the event of a natural disaster, and also to train and oversee the work of other reli...

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  • Pilgrimage of Mercy continues in our diocese

    Vincentian Father Stephen Gallegos, chaplain at the Daughters of Charity Seton Residence on Evansville’s west side, has begun the pilgrimage to parishes across our 12 counties that The Message reported on in the July 15 issue. Father Gallego...

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  • Bishop urges educators to inspire...and be inspired

    Reflecting on his recent journey to Poland to celebrate World Youth Day, Bishop Charles C. Thompson told more than 450 teachers and administrators to not only educate and inspire students, but also to allow themselves to be educated and inspired,...

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  • New insights, new friendships, new perspectives

    Youth and young adults from 187 different countries traveled to World Youth Day 2016, but our hearts beat as one – united by our shared faith and love for Jesus Christ. “Throughout this amazing week, I have gained new insights into my...

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  • Mayor proclaims Aug. 5 Mater Dei Supermileage Team Day in Evansville

    Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke proclaimed Aug. 5, 2016, as Mater Dei High School Supermileage Team Day during a special assembly at the school. The proclamation honors a group of students and advisors who have placed Mater Dei and Southwest India...

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