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Take in Sacred Journeys at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

It’s no secret that I’m a regular visitor to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The combination of living 15 minutes away, having a child living at home and a membership card in my wallet makes it an easy decision … Read more >

Memories of New Harmony, Indiana

One of my most memorable field trips as a kid was a day spent in New Harmony, Indiana. My 10th grade social studies class was studying religious utopias, and New Harmony was the home of two failed utopian communities in Read more >

The Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Indiana

The Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Indiana have a beautiful monastery to call home, and an equally interesting history. Founded in 1867 in the settlement of Ferdinand, the sisters arrived to fill a need for teachers who could speak Read more >