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The Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ is a devotion near and dear to the Comboni Missionaries. Devotion to the Sacred Heart was one of the pillars of St. Daniel Comboni’s spirituality and ministry. The Heart of Jesus is the living symbol of His love for us. It

A few weeks ago, Luke Carey, the Director of the Office for Young Adult Evangelization & Discipleship, gave a Theology on Tap talk called, ‘Dating: It Doesn’t Have to Suck (But It Probably Will).’ Luke recorded a podcast with author and speaker Arleen Spenceley to explore the remaining questions from

This month’s bucket list takes you to the more of the archdiocese’s oldest places, and one of the church’s most storied public celebrations: The 500-acre Precious Blood motherhouse in Celina/Carthagena The churches honored with an Ohio Scenic Byway An Old World, Saturday evening Corpus Christi procession Go: Visit St. Charles

On May 22, St. Rita School for the Deaf held a Mass for the Feast of St. Rita. The school received a beautiful gold altar frontal from St. Cecilia Parish in Oakley as a gift and they used it for the first time during the special mass.    

More than seven days needed for mural at St. Christopher school By Walt Schaefer Kindergarten through fifth grade students at St. Christopher School in Vandalia have been busy following in the footsteps of God. Under the tutelage of Chris Rowlands, the school’s artist in residence, the students created a mural

Gate of Heaven Cemetery Field Mass 11000 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati OH 45249 (513) 489-0300. Mass will be celebrated on Monday, May 28 beginning at 11:00 a.m.. Please bring lawn chairs. In case of rain, the Mass will be celebrated at Good Shepherd Church, same day and time at 8815 East

With the motorcycle season upon us, hundreds of motorcycle enthusiast gathered at Kil-Kare Speedway in Xenia for the annual Blessing of the Bikes. Check out the scene:

A few weeks ago, Luke Carey, the Director of the Office for Young Adult Evangelization & Discipleship, gave a Theology on Tap talk called, ‘Dating: It Doesn’t Have to Suck (But It Probably Will).’ Luke recorded a podcast with author and speaker Arleen Spenceley to explore the remaining questions from

Ordination Day is always a wonderful moment each year in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Here’s a pictorial video of Ordination Day 2012 – 2016.  

It’s May, and for many of us it is a very eventful month: First Communions, May Crownings, Graduations, Mother’s Day Celebrations, Memorial Day Cookouts, plus every day stress of work, home issues, etc. Don’t fret! We often consider all stress to be bad for us, but in this video Fr.