One in a million

October 21, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan Today, there are nearly 110 million adults over the age of 50 in the United States. And within the next 15 years, senior citizens will outnumber children in America. It is with […]


Popping open a cold one

October 11, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan We each go through our daily lives coming into contact with friends and strangers. Often, we recognize when we have affected someone in even some small way. But sometimes we don’t. Sometimes […]


Pink ribbons and big hearts

October 4, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan According to, approximately one in eight woman will develop invasive breast cancer during the course of her lifetime. While incidents of breast cancer in the U.S. have been decreasing since 2000, […]


Changing lives from center stage

September 27, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan Growing up is not always comfortable. What many experience as the innocence of childhood is often lost to the sudden and traumatic drama of junior high. This is a place where nearly […]


A language of love

September 20, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan In the country of Myanmar, once referred to as Burma, a kind of religious cleansing genocide is spreading across the nation as refugees flee in an attempt to safely practice their chosen […]


Reaching high

September 13, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan Michael and Cassi Reach met 13 years ago just as Michael was exiting the military after being deployed to Afghanistan. After moving all over the United States and serving in a ministry […]


Salute to our Southside heroes

September 6, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Nancy Price, Stephanie Dolan and Lt. Don Bender Heroes are those who make a difference in their communities. They inspire and encourage others. They implement change for the greater good. They persevere, despite the […]


A Promise Kept

August 30, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Stephanie Dolan  A lifelong Southsider, Margaret Hendricks has worked and raised a family in the St. Jude parish for more than 35 years. This year, she is the recipient of the Catholic Person of […]


Finding grace

August 23, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Jeremy Dunn During the fall of 2015, Franciscan Health Foundation executive director Greg Williamson was learning about the severity of the opiate crisis affecting Indiana. More specifically, Williamson was becoming more aware of the […]


Return of the WAMMfest

August 16, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Jeremy Dunn In 2006, the Sertoma Club of Greenwood gave birth to an idea. The 40-member club, with a focus on serving mankind through fundraising and giving back to the community, was brainstorming ideas […]