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On the weekend of October 12th through October 15th, the inaugural Blink Festival took place throughout downtown Cincinnati. An extension of the popular Luminocity Festival that combined sophisticated light projections and symphonic music, Blink took the projections to sites around the city. St. Louis Church was one of many projections

St. X Fans at the Pit (Courtesy Photo)
Week # 8 Archbishop Alter Knights (7-1) 35 at Stephen T. Badin Rams (5-2) 0 Bishop Fenwick Falcons (4-4) 36 at Purcell Marian Cavaliers (1-7) 6 Carroll Patriots (1-7) 28 at Roger Bacon Spartans (3-5) 41 Catholic Central Irish (3-5) 16 vs. Southeastern Local of South Charleston (3-5) 33 Chaminade

On the eve of the 100th Anniversary of the "Miracle of the Sun", the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary in Fatima (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Fatima- 100 Years ago in this small village in Portugal, The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared six times to three young children; when in the same continent World War I was consuming life and land; Portugal was in political chaos, refugees were pouring into Europe.  A week ago 134 pilgrims from

By Erin Schurenburg It began in Aachen, Germany, on Pentecost Sunday, 1845. Sister Gertrude Frank approached the soon-to-be foundress of the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis, Blessed Frances Schervier, about a new congregation. In 1858, it spread to the United States. What was referred to then as the

Pope Francis’s prayer intentions for October: Workers and the Unemployed That all workers may receive respect and protection of their rights, and that the unemployed may receive the opportunity to contribute to the common good.

The pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati have finished their time in Spain and are on to Andorra — next stop, Lourdes, France. “The Catholic Telegraph’s” Greg Hartman reported that the second day of the Barcelona leg of the pilgrimage in Barcelona ended on Tibiabo Hill, at the Church of

St. Andrew – St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School’s principal, Mr. Mark Wilburn, greeted sixth grade students, Sydnie Reith of Goshen, Avery May of Goshen, Grace Evans of Milford and Marin Warman of Goshen each with a pair of cool shades on their first day of the new school year. (Courtesy Photo)
The students at St. Andrew – St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School were greeted with a bright welcome as they began a new school year several days after The Great American Solar Eclipse. Each student was handed a cool pair of shades by their principal, Mr. Mark Wilburn and greeted by

National Pilgrim Virgin Statue – 2017 List of Locations The National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima (NPVS) is a beautiful hand-carved image of Our Lady of Fatima given to the United States by the bishop of Fatima after being blessed by Pope Paul VI in 1967. The

It was a warm day at the old ballyard as Cincinnati Reds color commentator Joe Nuxhall would recite. On this day though, members of Mother of Mercy students sang the National Anthem before the Cincinnati Reds vs. Pittsburgh Pirates game.  

It was a creative and fun week at Roger Bacon with their annual Spirit Week.