Spring 2022

Fr. Jeremy King served on the Archdiocese of Indianapolis Corrections Ministry Committee and participated in a panel discussion at the annual Corrections Conference on October 9 in Indianapolis. He is a regular contributor to the “Corrections Corner” monthly article in The Criterion.

Fr. Julian Peters directed a retreat for priests in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, January 24-28. He also directed a retreat for permanent deacons and wives from the Diocese of Lexington at Saint Meinrad February 10-13.

Fr. Adrian Burke facilitated a retreat for the “Happy Hearts” women’s group from the Evansville Diocese on February 19-20. He also facilitated a Lenten retreat for parishioners at the Cathedral of the Assumption in Louisville, KY, on March 5-6.

Fr. Anthony Vinson spoke to youth at Holy Trinity School in Jasper, IN, as part of Catholic Schools Week on February 21.

Fr. Simon Herrmann served as chaplain for the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers’ retreat at St. Benedict’s Monastery in Snowmass, CO, on March 4-6. He also organized a Lent music concert by the band Poor Bishop Hooper in the Archabbey Church on March 15. He gave an afternoon of recollection on “Walking with St. Joseph: Lent and Joy” to Marian University’s San Damiano Scholars Alumni on March 19.

Fr. Noël Mueller led a retreat in Spanish on Our Lady of Guadalupe to a group of youth from the Tulsa Diocese on March 25-27. They discussed the NASA report on the cloth that Juan Diego wore.

Fr. Christian Raab delivered three talks for the Source of Hope Missionaries and the young adult ministry at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption in Baltimore, MD, from March 4-6. He also attended the “Thriving in Religious Priesthood” virtual symposium sponsored by the Catholic Theological Union on April 2.

Fr. Harry Hagan published “Mercy’s Many Meanings in the Scriptures” in the April edition of The Priest magazine.

Br. John Glasenapp presented a seminar on Cistercian chant to graduate students at the University of Limerick (Ireland) as well as a colloquium paper titled “Observant Chant Reform and Networks of Women’s Learning in the Southern Low Countries.” He was also hosted by the city of Provins (France) through Columbia University to study chant manuscripts in the local collection and was subsequently granted an extended stay at the Abbey of Solesmes (France) to research in their famed chant workshop.

Br. Stanley Rother Wagner developed and designed a website for his digital history course at the University of Louisville. It is titled “Benedictine Stability in the Hoosier Hills: A Living Tradition.”