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If you feel like you’re up life’s creek without a clear vocation, it’s important to remember that there’s only one goal worth pursuing, and that is to become a saint. But how do we do that? Fr. Mike lays out some straightforward guidelines on how to get there.
At the end of July, men and women in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati were on the road. On July 28, 19 cyclist began their journey for the Dayton Right to Life annual Hausfeld ND2UD Ride for Life, a 240-mile cycling ride from the University of Dayton to Notre Dame. Across
On Thursday, July 19, 2018, many of the faithful gathered at Doug & Sarah Franck’s Farm in Saint Henry Oh for the annual Rural Urban Farm Mass. Check out the video of that wonderful evening:
Our 2018 reader Mary Garden contest concludes this month. Veronica Crusham took first place with a photo of the 60-year-old Sayler Park garden owned by her mother, Mary Cipriani. Second place goes to Jane Maurer of Botkins, whose husband, Rick, made the grotto next to their pond. Michael English took
This month’s Bucket List takes you to three places created for prayer: a memorial, a former seminary filled with art and treasures, and a rural shrine: an outdoor memorial for martyred Jesuits Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center a shrine on the site of an amusement park Go: See
The CT crew visited Kolping Center near Winton Woods Park for a combined parish picnic for Old St. Mary’s and Sacred Heart (Camp Washington), the two parishes staffed by the Oratory of St. Philip Neri in Cincinnati. Click on any photo to see it full size.
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.