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Every year, some 1,200 young people from the archdiocese attend one of Franciscan University of Steubenville’s famous youth conferences. This year the Office of Youth Evangelization and Discipleship worked to get as many youth groups there as possible for the conference the weekend of July 14, when Archbishop Dennis M.
On Thursday, July 19, members of football teams in the area participated in the annual SportsLeader Rosary Rally before two-a-days begin. Normally held at The Athenaeum of Ohio, this year the rally was held at St. Gertrude Church in Madeira as construction continues at the seminary.
Franciscan Brother Casey Cole OFM led a two-night parish mission at St. Monica-St. George about where God is calling you. On Tuesday, July 10, the CT crew went to Brother Casey’s talk on “What Happens After Saying Yes to God.” Brother Casey talked about the” in-between time” – the time
Congratulations to the winners of this month’s reader Mary Garden contest — and to our first ever honorable mention photographer. The contest runs for one more month and entries are being accepted now. A gift card for $50 will be sent to the first place winner; second and third place
It was a busy first half of 2018 in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Check out the half year in pictures:
A shorter version of this story appeared in our July, 2018 print edition. The eighth Ohio Historical Marker in Auglaize County debuted on May 8 when Father Patrick Sloneker and church historian Mike Gerlich unveiled the sign marking the site of Sts. Peter and Paul Church. The mother church of
While elaborating on the church’s teaching on immigration, in this video Fr. Mike also points out that a nation has a right and responsibility to protect its borders. While it’s impossible to avoid politics completely on this issue, Fr. Mike addresses primarily the Christian principles inherent in the immigration debate.