Death penalty denounced for ignoring people's capability to be 'redeemed'

On Sept. 24, Providence Sr. Barbara Battista stood across the street from where her spiritual directee died just two days before.

In Indianapolis, Catholics seek structural change to end racism, inequality

Sister Gail Trippett sees a ray of hope amid all the darkness that once again descended upon Indianapolis and other cities across the country following the death of George Floyd.

'Hidden jewel' St. Mary-of-the-Woods in Indiana now a national landmark

When Katie Spanuello Rahman recalls the campus of her alma mater St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, she paints an idyllic picture.

"It was like living in a fairy-tale setting, with a marble staircase to ascend to my room" in Le Fer Residence Hall, said the 1993 alumna. "I always took great pride in the castlelike buildings and the surrounding natural beauty of the trees and the religious shrines on campus."