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December 3, 2012 — On this, the Feast of St. Francis Xavier, patron of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Archbishop Joseph W. Tobin was installed as the 12th Bishop and 6th Archbishop of Indianapolis, formerly the Diocese of Vincennes. Archbishop Tobin, in his homily, said that he brought along three friends. St. Paul, St. Francis Xavier […]
Tuesday night, the well known blog Whispers In The Loggia announced that Pope Benedict has named Archbishop Joseph Tobin as the new Archbishop of Indianapolis: Following up the most conservative major appointment he’s made on these shores, the Pope is set to “tack left” with a splash for his next big Stateside pick, naming Archbishop […]
What happened 171 years ago today certainly had a huge impact not only on the Catholic Church in Indiana, but on the State of Indiana and the American Church and country! 171 years ago today a band of Religious men left the shores of their native France headed for the wilds of Indiana. Their final […]
While this web site exists to show Indiana Catholic “History”, sometimes that history is right around the corner. And so it is with today’s news that Archbishop Daniel Buechlein is resigning as Archbishop of Indianapolis. Archbishop Buechlein, our 11th bishop in the succession of Servant of God, Simon Bruté. Here is is his ‘history’ from […]