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Dominick Albano

Dominick Albano

Dominick Albano is a nationally sought after Catholic writer and speaker, and he serves as the Director of Digital Engagement for The Catholic Telegraph of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. You can find more of Dominick’s work at www.dominickalbano.com or by finding him on facebook or Instagram.
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CINCINNATI – July 22, 2020 –Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio, Su Casa Hispanic Center and the Freestore Foodbank are teaming up with USDA Farms to Families to distribute 1,400 boxes of free food via drive-thru pick-up on Monday, July 27. The event will take place from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (or

Whenever I think about the 4th of July, I get a very specific movie scene stuck in my head: The night game scene from the 1993 classic, The Sandlot. Something about the families out in the street sharing a big cookout, the flash and crackle of sparklers, the game of

Friday, May 1, at 3 p.m. EDT, Archbishop Jose Gomez, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), will reconsecrate the United States to Mary under the title “Mother of the Church.” Here is everything you need to know about this upcoming celebration! What is a consecration to

The Catholic Spelunker by Dominick Albano The most important party you can go to this month CISE is throwing a party on Saturday, March 7, at Rhinegeist Brewery! It’s food, drinks and prizes for a good cause. CISE’s mission, which the party supports, is to provide a Catholic education to

The Catholic Spelunker. noun. 1. a column specializing in curious exploration of fun stuff and Catholic geekery 2. a source of helpful tools and resources for living a great life 3. a bunch of stuff Dominick Albano thinks is cool Ever clicked through to a YouTube video and suddenly found

My name is Dominick and I couldn’t be more excited to introduce you to our new regular column: The Catholic Spelunker. First off, a quick definition: The Catholic Spelunker. noun. 1. a column specializing in curious exploration of fun stuff and Catholic geekery 2. a source of helpful tools and

So, Easter is over. Now what? I mean it kind of feels like a letdown, right? You have all these great celebrations of the liturgical year in Advent and Christmas and Lent and Easter, and then it’s just plain old Ordinary Time.’ Blah. But wait a second. That’s not right.