Bishop Noll publicized the work of the catechists through Our Sunday Visitor, and published a weekly column in which the catechists detailed their work of visiting homes, locating children in need of religious instruction and even starting new parishes.
Victory Noll held a special place in the bishop's heart for the rest of his life. He had an office there, and chose to be buried on the grounds, rather than in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Fort Wayne.
|Bishop John F. Noll conducts a profession ceremony at Victory Noll. He|
rarely missed a visit to Victory Noll each Aug. 5, which was the day of
reception and profession for the sisters. OSV archive photo