In the upcoming print issue of The Criterion

The latest edition of The Criterion has been printed and is on its way to subscribers. Below is a list of stories that will be appearing in the issue, along with regular features like the archbishop's column, the editorial page and our events calendar.

Front pageOur July 13, 2018 issue

Local stories:

  • Laying a Foundation: Bishop Bruté Days helps teenage boys ‘focus on how God is speaking to them’
  • Papal invitation draws responses on nurturing young Church
    • If you could share one thought with the pope, what would it be?
  • Criterion staff honored for excellence in journalism
  • Camp aims to help teens become ‘agents of evangelization’
  • Shelbyville parish celebrates 150 years as a family of faith
  • From the Archives: St. Charles Borromeo Bell Choir
  • Serra Club Vocations Essay: Priests on podcast bring student out of his ‘worst spiritual slump’

Regular local features:

  • Christ the Cornerstone: Two ancient heresies are subtle enemies to holiness
    • Cristo, la piedra angular: Dos antiguas herejías siguen siendo sutiles enemigas de la santidad
  • Editorial
    • A win for pro-life centers
    • Appointment of a new justice
  • Cornucopia: Moral imperatives of religion the basis for a society that works
  • Twenty Something: A scratch-and-sniff stamp for an ailing business
  • Our Works of Charity: Families are the greatest resource for helping frail older adults
  • Public Schedule of Archbishop Charles C. Thompson
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Parent says stories shine a much-needed light on young adults’ faith challenges
  • Events Calendar
    • Archbishop Thompson to preside at Mass for those suffering with addictions on Aug. 14
    • Celebrate Marriage Conference will be held on Aug. 11 at Greenwood parish
    • SS. Francis and Clare Parish accepting artist applications for ‘Art in the Park’
    • Retrouvaille retreat for marriages in crisis is set for Aug. 3-5 in Indianapolis
    • Providence Sisters schedule annual used book sale at St. Mary-of-the-Woods
  • Obituaries
    • General listing
  • My Journey to God: Sunday

Catholic News Service:

  • President Trump selects Judge Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court nominee
  • Learn from the past to bring peaceful future to Middle East, pope says
  • ‘Humanae Vitae’ rooted in respect Church has for human dignity
  • Life Sciences 101: Young researchers bring new energy to defend life
  • Bishops end border visit, call reunification of children urgent
  • Humble companions: Catholic-Anglican document sees healing in difference
  • Column: The Supreme Court as battleground
  • Column: We must be properly attuned to Christ to bear fruit in our lives
  • ‘Putting Mary everywhere’ is a goal of parish’s Marian Mission, procession
  • The Sunday Readings: Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
  • Question Corner: ‘Mass’ is rooted in Latin word reflective of Church’s mission in the world

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