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7 Resources to Help Bring Faith Home Download the PDF:  7 Resources to Bring the Faith Home Missing religious education and Catholic school? Here are 7 fun resources to help you and your family keep the faith-learning going at home! With kids out of school, Masses canceled and religious education

Father Mike gives us some advice about how we should respond to the coronavirus pandemic. He begins with the story of the recent pilgrimage he took to Israel amid the coronavirus outbreak.

I arise today Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity, Through belief in the Threeness, Through confession of the Oneness of the Creator of creation. I arise today Through the strength of Christ’s birth with His baptism, Through the strength of His crucifixion with His burial, Through the

Highlights of what’s on this weeks Driving Home the Faith Monday, March 16: Mike Aquilina will continue his series on how early Christians understood the Eucharist, The Catholic Telegraph’s Dominick Albano will discuss the Telegraph’s downloadable Lenten guide Tuesday, March 17:  Pregnancy Center East staff will explain the Center’s approach to

Many of us worry about a lot. We live in fear and so hide from danger. Jesus tells us that we must let go of our worries and follow him. Check out Today’s Video from Father Casey Cole:

by Rebecca Sontag There is no Easter without Lent. Prayer, penance and fasting can be tough for anyone. And meditating on the Last Four Things (death, judgment, heaven and hell) is a heavy task at any age. While it is tempting to ignore the tough spiritual preparation that results in

Here is a  translation of the prayer Pope Francis recited by video March 11 for a special Mass and act of prayer asking Mary to protect Italy and the world during of the coronavirus pandemic. O Mary, you always shine on our path as a sign of salvation and of

Click on location for Map! ***Due to the COV-19 situation, please contact the parish directly for updated information on the event*** Throughout Lent: Forty Days/Forty Items St. Vincent De Paul Society has created a new initiative to declutter 40 items from your home – from your life. Each day during

by M.D. Pitman For nearly 140 years, the Knights of Columbus (KC) have been an important part of the Catholic community. They have evolved from offering a version of term life insurance for individual communities in the 1880s, to an international organization with a dual focus. “It’s really two organizations

by Susie Bergman For nearly a century, a large group of Dayton-area Catholic women have been united under one mission: to find a need within their community and fill it. The Dayton Catholic Women’s Club is a diverse, philanthropic organization with nearly 400 members who enthusiastically respond to a variety