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 May 17, 2019 issue

Local stories:

  • The joy of trusting in God: Deacon Gillmore’s journey to priesthood takes flight while at Air Force Academy
  • People honor the life of a homeless man who lived by SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral for 20-plus years
  • Parishes change Mass times due to holiday weekend, Indy 500 race
  • Memorial Day Mass to honor Medal of Honor priests, those who have served
  • Graduations set for Catholic high schools in the archdiocese
  • A Promise to Keep marks 25 years of young Church leading the way
  • Soon-to-be 100, Sister Eugenia celebrates a life in which ‘God is my true love’
  • Archbishop Thompson issues decree regarding former church buildings
    • Decree concerning the former Holy Cross Church in Indianapolis
    • Decree concerning the former St. Pius V Church in Sunman

Regular local features:

  • Christ the Cornerstone: Remember the good news that God is with us always
    • Cristo, la piedra angular: Recuerde la buena nueva de que Dios siempre está con nosotros
  • Editorial: May is the month of Mary
  • That All May Be One: Snubs well worth the price of building unity among God’s people
  • Worship and Evangelization Outreach: A vacation of a different kind
  • Be Our Guest: A lay response to Archbishop Thompson’s reflection on the ‘Good Shepherd’
  • Public Schedule of Archbishop Charles C. Thompson
  • Letters to the Editor
    • No letters were printed this week
  • Events Calendar
    • Parish Social Ministry to host gathering in New Albany Deanery on June 8
    • Military, first responders to be remembered at Memorial Day Mass at cathedral
    • Parish Social Ministry to host gathering in New Albany Deanery on June 8
  • Obituaries
    • General listing
  • My Journey to God: A Mother’s Love to Behold

Catholic News Service:

  • Pope issues new norms on mandatory abuse reporting, bishop accountability
  • Pope discusses deaconesses, need for nuns to be servants not ‘maids’
  • Pope saddened by church attack in Burkina Faso, Vatican spokesman says
  • Philadelphia holds ‘Pro-Life Rally Against Bullying’
  • Church leaders in favor of new rules on sexual abuse reporting
  • Column: Learning from an immigrant culture
  • Column: Jean Vanier’s legacy calls our world to a Gospel of inclusion
  • Column: Christ, Peter remind us challenge of reconciliation starts at home
  • The Sunday Readings: Fifth Sunday of Easter
  • Question Corner: God’s self-revelation occurred slowly and was completed in Jesus Christ


  • College grads can take steps to stay connected to their faith

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