Indiana abortion ban temporarily blocked as court challenge moves forward

A judge issued a preliminary injunction Sept. 22 on a new Indiana abortion law that gives legal protection to most unborn babies.

Indianapolis churches hold solidarity service after Myanmar coup

In support of the city's Burmese population following the military coup in Myanmar, three Catholic churches hosted a prayer service Feb. 11 at Roncalli High School in Indianapolis.

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.

Indiana launches investigation after discovery of aborted fetal remains

The story of 2,246 aborted fetal remains found at the Illinois home of late abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer continues to unfold, with the new focal point being on neighboring Indiana.