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After almost a quarter century in the founder's "family" both popular papers, are changing hands, but they will still remain in the "family. The Word will remain headquartered in Indianapolis and will continue to be focused on serving the needs of the LGBT community in the region. The Word is Indiana's only Gay newspaper. Founded in to serve just Indianapolis, it's now available in over 7 states.
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The Board of Trustees for Brebeuf shared the announcement in a letter to the parents, teachers and staff on Thursday, saying they were informed that the "formal decree" would be announced by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis in the Criterion on or around Friday, June Brebeuf says the decree comes after school leaders and the Archdiocese were in disagreement regarding whether the Archdiocese had the final say in staff matters, including employment status. Brebeuf says the Archdiocese's decision will not change their identity and they plan to continue to serve as a Catholic school in the Indianapolis community. The Archdiocese has assured us that Jesuit priests may continue to serve at Brebeuf Jesuit and will retain their ability to celebrate the sacraments of the Catholic Church.
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Administrators at Carmel High School say student groups may post signs only if they advertise group meetings. I am also The group on Tuesday asked a federal judge to issue a preliminary injunction that would allow it to hang the sign. But a lawyer for Carmel schools, Alexander Pinegar, said the Carmel Teens for Life sign included a club name and meeting time.
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