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Today we celebrate Seton High School Small Varsity POM 2018 National Championship!
FPG! F = Fasting, P= Praying, G = Giving. So each morning when you wake up these next 40 days of lent think F P G and carry that throughout the day! Check out today’s video on Lent!
Cincinnati – Berberich, Sr. Rose Carmel, SFP (nee Mary Margaret), beloved Franciscan of the Poor Sister, passed to eternal life on February 9, at the age of 93. She lived a life dedicate to God and God’s people for 75 years as a Franciscan Sister of the Poor. During those
Kairos is a Roman Catholic retreat program for high school and college. Kairos is part of the larger three-day movement in America, ultimately derived from the Cursillo movement founded in Spain in 1944. As such, the retreat is a four-day, three-night (or three-day, two-night in some cases) residential retreat, with
Have you ever heard the expression, “Once a Catholic always a Catholic?” All of us know someone who never goes to church but thinks of them self as Catholic. We received that gift of Catholic identity from our family and from God. Baptism came to so many as infants. Through
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, along with Catholics around the world, will celebrate Ash Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent in the Catholic Church in preparation for Easter (that will fall on April 1 this year). This is the first time Ash Wednesday has coincided with
Staff Report Ash Wednesday is February 14, 2018. Below are some of the rules and regulations binding on Roman Catholics on Ash Wednesday and throughout the penitential season of Lent.
Fourteen candidates took a step toward holy orders as they were installed to the Institution of Lector by the Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, Archbishop of Louisville, during Mass in the Chapel of St. Gregory the Great February 3. A large crowd was present for the Mass with 52 families
Though it is a Christmas carol, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati awoke to a coating of ice and snow. Today’s A picture says a thousand words celebrates God’s majesty in ice. In the bleak mid-winter Frosty wind made moan; Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone; Snow had fallen,
I have been made aware of the racially demeaning and hurtful language used by Elder High School students this past Friday during their basketball game against St. Xavier High School. Behavior such as this is directly contrary to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and falls well short of the expectations