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Our Sunday Visitor celebrates 100 years of serving the Church in 2012, and you're invited to help us! Open House -- Abp. Noll on Facebook & Twitter -- History & biography -- Maps and more!

Our Sunday Visitor newspaper turns 100 on May 5, 2012! We'll be celebrating all year long and invite you to join in!

The Huntington County, Indiana, web site has a wonderful section devoted to Abp. John Noll and the history of Our Sunday Visitor.

Here's a fun way to learn more about the life of our founder, John Francis Noll, and the history of Our Sunday Visitor. Follow Abp. Noll on Twitter: @AbpJohnFNoll.

With the Republican National Convention under way in Tampa and the Democratic National Convention set for next week in Charlotte, N.C., the 2012 presidential election is kicking into high gear. Catholicism is one of the big headlines in this year's contest, not least because both vice presidential candidates — Republican U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan and Democratic Vice President Joe Biden — are Catholic, the first time that's occurred in U.S. history.

Why Catholics make the sign of the cross Six overlooked ways in which making the ancient sign opens Catholics to life-transforming graces By Bert Ghezzi - OSV Newsweekly, 3/25/2012

Explaining the Lawsuit--A group of Catholic dioceses and organizations, including Our Sunday Visitor, have filed an unprecedented religious freedom lawsuit against the government. What’s at stake? By John Norton - OSV Newsweekly, 6/3/2012

Catholic Coloring Poster - Year of Faith

Sacred object, holy quest The Holy Grail — the chalice Christ used at the Last Supper — has inspired legends for two millennia now By Thomas J. Craughwell - OSV Newsweekly 4/1/2012