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On June 9th through June 11th there were 10 Festivals throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The CT Crew was out and about at 6 of them. Today our final 2 stops, St. Maximilian Kolbe in Liberty Township and Assumption in Mount Healthy.
The CT Crew was out and about over the June 9th – 11th weekend checking out the festivals on Big Ten Festival Weekend. The 4th stop was St. Helen’s Festival in Riverside, Southeast of Dayton.
The CT Crew were out and about at 6 out of 10 festivals last weekend. The third stop was St. Christopher’s Festival north of Dayton.
Confession: I never learned to change my car’s oil. Before we get all, “typical millennial,” some recommended perspective. I grew up in a culture filled with convenience. Since the age of sixteen, I can pay a small amount to have someone else change my oil and not worry about any
Retired priest: “I’m just being present”: Father David Brinkmoeller travels, volunteers, but at a slower pace
Like many a recent retiree, Father David Brinkmoeller’s agenda includes a Caribbean trip. In his case, it’s not a getaway. Father Brinkmoeller, 71, left Cincinnati for Trinidad so he could spend a few weeks this spring assisting the Living Water Community, a Catholic charismatic missionary group. Living Water’s ministries include
In the first weekend of June it was Big Ten Festival Weekend. The CT headed out to grab some photos at Cincitalia sponsored by St. Catharine of Siena in Westwood, and St. Anthony of Padua Lebanese Festival Mahrajan! Check out The Catholic Telegraph’s comprehensive Festival Guide by clicking here St.
By Patricia McGeever You don’t have to visit a museum to see a fine work of art depicting the Risen Christ. A reproduction of Carl Bloch’s “The Resurrection of Christ” is painted on a window of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Central Offices at 100 E. 8th Street in downtown Cincinnati.