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Bishops of Indiana are lifting the dispensation from the obligation of Mass effective June 11

Levantamiento de la dispensa de la obligación de la misa -- A partir del 11 de junio de 2021

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Lead image Bill Farney refuses to slow down, setting apace to make the most of his life, his faith

The stories about Bill Farney keep coming—like the one about how he celebrated his 90th birthday in February by taking down one of his sleds in his garage to go sledding on a hill with some of his great-grandchildren.

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