Current Events

Current Events

Sister Kate Kuenstler to hold Teleconference

Wednesday, 06 February 2013 15:17
Sister Kate Kuenstler in her Rhode Island office

Sister Kate Kuenstler, PHJC will be presenting a teleconference titled “Finding Your Voice” on February 12, 2013 for Future Church. You can choose to participate either at 12:30-2:00 p.m. EST or 8:30-10:00 p.m. EST. The main theme of the presentation will be the rights and obligations of the laity as found in Book 2 of Canon Law. After the presentation, participants will have a lively discussion of how Canon Law can empower and guide our actions as Catholics.

The Saint John's Bible

Monday, 28 January 2013 13:09
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Something remarkable happened at Saint John's Abbey and University in Collegeville, MN in 1998.  The first handwritten, hand-illuminated Bible in 500 years was commissioned to be completed. A team of artists and scholars, brought together by renowned calligrapher Donald Jackson, combined the ancient techniques of calligraphy and illumination with an ecumenical Christian approach to the Bible rooted in Benedictine spirituality. The result is a living document and a monumental achievement that captures the beauty and tradition of centuries of liturgy that will carry it into the future.

Two presentations will be held at The Center At Donaldson, and sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.

Valparaiso University Chorale to Perform

Thursday, 24 January 2013 13:29
The Valparaiso University Choir

The Valparaiso University Chorale, one of the top Lutheran choirs in the United States, will be coming to Donaldson on Saturday February 23, 2013.  The concert will take place at the Ancilla Domini Chapel, PHJC Ministry Center in Donaldson, IN at 7:00 pm. ET.  Admission to the concert is free however a free-will offering will be accepted.

The Chorale will perform a variety of sacred and secular music, featuring Frank Ticheli’s ethereal “There Will Be Rest,” Daniel Gawthrop’s robust “Sing a Mighty Song,” and classical works from Schütz and Bach in celebration of the Chorale’s upcoming performance of Mass in B Minor at Valparaiso University.

Ancilla Softball Delivers Gifts and Socks to Homeless

For the second straight year, the Ancilla College softball team put their Christmas spirit to work by helping the homeless.

The Chargers kept up their tradition by allowing fans to donate socks at all home softball games in the fall and spring, in place of paying admission. Over 200 pair of socks were collected and donated to Hope Rescue Mission in South Bend. The team went one step further this year.

Sjchf Grants

The St. Joseph Community Health Foundation, a ministry sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, announces $488,257 in grants to local organizations to improve the health, wellness and health care access for the low-income and vulnerable in Allen County.

National Moment of Silence

Friday, 21 December 2012 15:50
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In the wake of the violent deaths in Newtown, CT, the bells at the PHJC Ministry Center tolled during a national moment of silence. The day included additional observations around the world and the PHJC Ministry Center held a special service today to pray for peace.

Don Barnes Receives Governor O'Bannon Award

Monday, 10 December 2012 14:29
Don Barnes and David Roos, Executive Director of CKF

Don Barnes, CEO of HealthVisions Midwest was chosen as the “Governor Frank O'Bannon Memorial Kids First” Award winner for 2012. Dr. Seabrook from Community Health Net in Gary presented the award to him at the Annual Meeting on December 4, 2012. Norma Napoli, RN, MSN Deputy Director of CKF said “this is a big honor, and Don deserves it for all the great work he has done for Covering Kids and Families of Indiana (CKF)”.

Ancilla College Student Honored by ICI

Thursday, 29 November 2012 12:47
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Ancilla College's Arynn Curtis was one of the 31 students from Indiana's independent colleges and universities who was recently celebrated at the Indepenent Colleges of indiana's (ICI) "Realizing the Dream" banquet.

Arynn, a sophomore from Mishawaka, was selected as Ancilla College's "Outstanding First-Generation Student".

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