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Commentary: When faith shook the world

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Commentary: When faith shook the world

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS – The conversation focuses on a moment in history that split half the world and set souls on fire. We’re talking about the Reformation, which will be 500 years old on Oct. 31. The Rev. Nathan Wilson, Father Rick Ginther, Robert Saler and I talk over the air about the […]

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Pence’s official portrait displays faith and family

By Abrahm Hurt TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — In Vice President Mike Pence’s official governor’s portrait, he sits on his desk in an unbuttoned suit with a gentle smile. A family photo, a stack of books and a Bible sit in the background. “First off, let me just say, I do have more than one tie,” Pence […]

Commentary: Faith and the light in the dark

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Commentary: Faith and the light in the dark

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The night is cold, the air brisk. Across the street, my neighbors have holiday lights strung through the small evergreens in their front yard. There’s a smell of wood smoke in the air – from my fireplace and from others in the neighborhood. I’m out in the yard with […]

Commentary: Freshening my faith five ways

Commentary: Freshening my faith five ways

By Michael Leppert TheStatehouseFile.com I have been a fan of Archbishop Joseph Tobin for a couple of years. He gave the commencement address at Cardinal Ritter High School in May of 2013, and my older son was graduating that night. There were many in the crowd who were honored to have the archbishop there, but […]

Commentary: To be devout in the asking

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Commentary: To be devout in the asking

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The bumper sticker on the car in front of me was emphatic. You can’t be Christian and pro-abortion, it read. “Really?” I said to myself as I trailed behind the car in rush-hour traffic. “Isn’t that God’s decision – and not yours?” That was a couple of days ago, […]