About the author

Father Christopher Roberts was ordained to the priesthood of Jesus Christ for the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana on June 16, 2007 by Bishop William Higi.  He is currently the pastor at Saint Mary in Union City and Saint Joseph in Winchester, both in Indiana.  He also serves as an instructor in the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana’s Ecclesial Lay Ministry program and is a STL candidate at the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton.

Father Christopher was born and raised in Logansport, Indiana and is the youngest of six children.

He has served as an associate pastor at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Carmel, Indiana and Saint Alphonsus in Zionsville, Indiana.  He was also the founding priest of the Saint Don Bosco Latin Mass Community at Saint Elizabeth Seton in Carmel, Indiana, celebrated Una Voce Muncie’s monthly Latin Mass for two years while also helping out most Tuesday evenings at the Saint Francis Newman Center in Muncie, Indiana and was a frequent celebrant for the Hispanic Community at Saint Bernard in Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Before being ordained to the priesthood, he received a BA  in History and the Comparative Study of Religion from Harvard University.   He holds graduate degrees from both The Gregorian and Angelicum.

He may be contacted through either of his parishes.

 

 

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  1. God Bless you for your tribute to Nathan. I’ve been haunted for the past 24 hours of the local TV news video showing Nathan walking down the street and the video of his killer before and after the shooting. I didn’t realize until I was directed to read your blog that he was a sidewalk counselor. May his death be a catlyst for change in the culture of our troubled youths. John Curran

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  2. Because of your tribute to Nathan I have begun following your blog. God bless you for the work you do as a priest. The Church needs you and others like you who follow in the footsteps of Jesus.

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  3. Pondering this young man’s death, in my heart, I know he is among the communion of saints. I can’t help noticing that he died at age 24. This is the same age as some of my favorite saints….Therese of Lisieux, St. Elizabeth Seton, St. Kateri Tekawitha.

    Once when reading the story of St. Rita, I remember her saying that God takes us when our soul is best disposed, and without regard for the desires of our family. Gosh, that’s an idea I find very hard to swallow when I consider the circumstances of Nathan’s death.

    I will pray for healing and peace of heart for all concerned.

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  4. HI Christoper
    A ver si me recuerdas gracias a ti me saque la licencia de profesor, soy español, y mi hija se llama Elena, ya me recuerdas?
    Tan solo saber como estabas, fue una pena perder el contacto. Un saludo
    Pepe.

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  5. We miss you!
    God be with you.😇
    The Shaws

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  6. Father,
    I just read your post about Voltaire’s letter to his disciple about sacriledgous communions. do you know where one could find a copy of that letter? I have a friend who wants to use it for a class he is teaching.
    Best,
    Stephen

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  7. I heard about in Timothy Dolan’s book, Priests for the New Millenium.

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  8. I read a lot of your blog posts even if I do not always comment. Thanks for the wisdom!

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