Diocese Of Gary
This Sunday is the first Sunday of March, but many of us in Whiting will remember it as the last Sunday at three of our Catholic churches.
GRIFFITH | In what has become a January tradition, a group of students and adults from St. Mary Roman Catholic Church and its school will set off today on a road trip to Washington, D.C., to speak out against abortion.
HAMMOND | Longtime newsman Paul Mullaney will leave The Times Media Co. to join Bishop Noll Institute effective Jan. 6.
A group of Northwest Indiana teens will reach out and lend a helping hand to Sojourner Truth House, a resource center that serves homeless women and children in Gary.
A popular religious program for young adults returns to Northwest Indiana this month when Catholic churches in Crown Point and Highland host Theology On Tap.
The Rev. Pat Gaza, pastor of both SS. Monica and Luke and St. Mark Catholic churches in the Diocese of Gary, will celebrate his final Mass at both parishes Sunday, marking his official retirement after 44 years in the priesthood.
Ash Wednesday signals the start of Lent, a period of 40 days prior to Easter that many Western Christians consider a time of preparation that includes reflection, remembrance and repentance.
Braving 25-degree temperatures and blowing snow, 54 people from across Northwest Indiana joined the Rev. Theodore Mens, pro-life director for the Diocese of Gary, at the 40th anniversary March For Life on Jan. 25 in Washington D.C.
Father Joseph Vamos has preserved original family recipes from the culinary origins of kitchens in Hungary.
MERRILLVILLE | Twelve young adults have made the Diocese of Gary one of their stops on a nine-month, 12-state tour of the country. Since September, the team has led Catholic retreats for young people in five states and the District of Columbia, including a recent swing through Pennsylvania.
MERRILLVILLE | The Diocese of Gary Office for Youth & Young Adults is the recipient of a $1,500 Communications Grant from the National Catholic Society of Foresters.
MERRILLVILLE | Middle school youth from Northwest Indiana gathered recently for “Grásta Dé!,” a youth ministry event presented by the Diocese of Gary Office for Youth & Young Adults at at Andrean High School.
MERRILLVILLE | Middle school youth from Northwest Indiana will gather from 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday at Andrean High School for “Grásta Dé!,” a youth ministry event presented by the Diocese of Gary Office for Youth & Young Adults.
VALPARAISO | The American dream of owning a home has never been more difficult than during the economic downturn in recent years. For others, keeping a home has been similarly challenging.
SCHERERVILLE | The Knowledge Master Open is no mere trivia contest. The 200 challenging questions require higher level thinking skills and cover 14 curriculum areas.
The 10th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Blood of the Martyrs Blood Drive is scheduled for churches in Lake, Porter, Starke and LaPorte counties. These blood drives are sponsored by the Diocese of Gary Office, Catholic Charities and the Knights of Columbus. The goal of these blood drives is to…
It was cold and rainy, and they stood in mud, but that didn't stop 53 people representing the Diocese of Gary from participating in the 39th annual March For Life in Washington D.C. on Jan. 23.
Region Catholics will experience a different Mass this Christmas that some church leaders believe brings tradition and more "poetic language" back into the religious service.
Nearly 230 youth and adult youth leaders from at least 18 parishes and two Catholic high schools will represent the Diocese of Gary this week at the biennial National Catholic Youth Conference, held today through Saturday in Indianapolis.
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