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Catholics for Unity and Peace (CUP) is open to Catholics who embrace our beliefs by accepting the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals and are in good standing with the Catholic Church. Our supporters agree we must defend our beliefs and promote a culture where the dignity of the human person is protected.

Lafayette Chancery Prayer Rally

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

Philippians 4:6-7

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LifeSite News Announces Launch of our New Website!

Fr. Ted Rothrock is now awaiting Bishop Doherty’s decision on the future of his pastoral ministry in the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana.

As you know, Fr. Rothrock was suspended by Bishop Doherty in early July for strongly criticizing the Black Lives Matter organization, saying that they are not the friends or allies we have been led to believe.

Now, a local group of Catholics in the diocese, calling themselves Catholics for Unity and Peace, or CUP for short, have just launched a new website with the goal of supporting Fr. Rothrock in the short term…read more

Upcoming Events

America Needs Fatima: Prayer Service of Unity and PeaceOUR LADY OF FATIMA

This year is the 103rd anniversary of the miracle of the sun: On October 13, 1917, Our Lady performed a miracle witnessed by 70,000 people, including atheists, communists and anti-Catholics. Some of them converted. The 2020 America Needs Fatima Public Square Rosary Rallies all scheduled on October 10 across the nation will remind the person on the street that conversion is possible.
CUP’s rally with America Needs’ Fatima will take place in the public square at Freedom Circle Veteran’s Memorial and the Reflecting Pool (across from the Center Green at Carmel Civic Square):

Top reasons why we pray in a very public location:
* To reach fallen away Catholics
* Public prayer gets results
* Be a Fatima apostle
* Public sins require public reparation
* Duty to honor God publicly
* Public Rosaries can Save America
* Prepare for Our Lady’s triumph
* Public Prayer is Powerful
Freedom Circle Veterans Memorial / Reflecting Pool

768 3rd Avenue SW, Carmel, IN, 46032

(Located directly across the Center Green & Palladium at Carmel Civic Square)

There is free parking in Center Public Parking Garage (SE of Veterans Memorial)

Faithful Citizens Rosary Walk

“Each of us has a mission, each of us is called to change the world, to work for a culture of life, a culture forged by love and respect for the dignity of each human person.”
– Pope Benedict XVI, Address in Hyde Park, London, Sept. 18, 2010
Join Faithful Citizens Saturday, October 24, following the 10 a.m. Mass at Holy Rosary Church, At 10:45 am, we begin the Joyful mysteries and Divine Mercy Chaplet while peacefully walking through the Fletcher Place/Holy Rosary neighborhood. Bring your rosary to pray especially for the intentions of the sanctity of marriage, life, family, and religious freedom!
The walk is 1 mile and takes approximately 45 minutes.
Invite your family and friends, a priest, deacon and any religious you know to join us every 4th Saturday of the month. Be a part of this public expression of our faith in Christ and his Church. It is by being faithful to Christ and His Church that we become faithful citizens.
We are Catholics, we are Americans, we are Faithful Citizens.
Viva, Cristo Rey!

10:45 am
Holy Rosary Catholic Church

520 Stevens St
Indianapolis, IN 46203
All Saints Day: Soldiers of Peace Rosary Walk

“When the Lord comes in glory, and all his angels with him, death will be no more and all things will be subject to him. But at the present time some of his disciples are pilgrims on earth. Others have died and are being purified, while still others are in glory, contemplating ‘in full light, God himself triune and one, exactly as he is”
CCC 954, Communion of Saints
Join us on All Saints Day, Sunday, November 1 at 12:45 pm following the 11:30 a.m. Mass.

The Rosary Walk will begin in the daily Mass Chapel (take the first sharp right turn past the first set of doors at entrance).  This will be our meeting place.  We will proceed outside from there to walk around the Church grounds.

Masks are required.
Bring your rosary to pray especially for the intentions of peace and healing of our nation and the upcoming election.

Soldiers for Peace Rosary Walks’ purpose is to urge all faithful Catholics to stand up and take our city and state back. Armed with the 3 weapons of The Eucharist, Rosary, and fasting, it’s time to go on the offensive and reclaim our community for Christ.

Invite your family and friends, a priest, deacon and any religious you know to join us. 
12:45 am
St Luke’s Catholic Church

7575 Holiday Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46260

To ease congestion with Sunday Masses, please park in the South Parking Lots (in front of the Church)