A family dog and the gift of choosing to love

After many years of kids begging, the Warden household has a dog once again. As Scott Warden shares in his latest column, their family had a goldendoodle from 2010 until he passed away in 2018. Named Bear — which was fitting, given

Honoring the legacy of a (priestly) father and friend

In his latest column, Scott Warden writes about his family’s favorite priest, Father Bill Sullivan of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. He had been their pastor for many years but retired last summer. Recently, Father Bill celebrated 50 years of priesthood,

We need the saints to teach us about friendship

In his latest column, managing editor Scott Warden explores the concerning statistics regarding friendships among adults and teens. He writes: “Recent studies have shown that Americans today are suffering from a drastic lack of friendship as compared to their peers from a

An escaped snake and a Holy Week lesson

In his latest column, Scott Warden shares how his family’s Holy Week did not go as planned. It started with kids coming down with strep throat, infecting much of the family, and ended with an escaped pet snake — just in time

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