Thinking of having a little “fun” on Halloween by grabbing an Ouija board and ringing up Aunt Edna in the afterlife? Think again.
A year after driving a Mustang on a racetrack at more than 100 mph, Father Rick Ginther will cross off another dream from his bucket list when he strides onto Victory Field before the start of the Indianapolis Indians game Aug. 4.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit in Chicago said July 28 that a Catholic high school in Indianapolis and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis have a constitutional right to hire staff who will uphold their core religious teachings.
Like many parents, Rebeca Barcenas had this one overwhelming prayer that she continually shared with God.
After refusing to fire a teacher who is gay and in a civil same-sex marriage, a Jesuit school in Indianapolis has been stripped of its Catholic label by the archdiocese.