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At the regular Sunday evening Mass at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Father Satish Joseph said Mass for the victims of the Dayton shooting. (CT Photos/Jeff Unroe)

Shaheed Baba Deep Singh GAtka Academy of New York students perform during the first Festival of Faiths at the Cintas Center in Cincinnati Sunday, June 24, 2018. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
13 World Religions, 90+ Exhibitors, Free Activities for All Ages on Sunday, September 8 CINCINNATI –July 10, 2019 – Greater Cincinnati’s second annual Festival of Faiths on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at Xavier University’s Cintas Center will bring together neighbors, families, and spiritual leaders to celebrate the area’s religious diversity.

As a student at St. Rita School for the Deaf was receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation at his local parish. The parish invited a St. Rita employee who knew minimal American Sign Language (ASL) to attend so they could interpret the basics of the moment of the Sacrament, but there

By John Stegeman One of the benefits of Jesuit education, said Spencer Liechty, is campus ministry. Liechty was a track and cross country runner at Xavier University who grew in faith and his commitment to social justice thanks in part to campus ministry efforts. Now the 2014 grad is back

My name is Dominick and I couldn’t be more excited to introduce you to our new regular column: The Catholic Spelunker. First off, a quick definition: The Catholic Spelunker. noun. 1. a column specializing in curious exploration of fun stuff and Catholic geekery 2. a source of helpful tools and

By Eileen Connelly, OSU You’re never too old to go back to school. Just ask Elizabeth Burnside. At 54, the mother of two and grandmother of four began classes at Chatfield College, working toward an associate degree in liberal arts. Burnside admittedly overcame many obstacles in order to continue her

by Rebecca Sontag The days are long but the years are short,” is a well-worn truism. We’ve heard it. We’ve said it. But we haven’t truly understood it until those marathon days of parenting (in the “primary-caregiver” sense) come to an abrupt halt. Right under the noses of attentive and

By Rebecca Sontag Abide, a five-day conference for archdiocesan teens, is no typical retreat. Abide is immersive and intense. It is a “going deeper” experience seeking to form teens into missionary disciples whose whole lives are solidly rooted in Christ. It cultivates authentic Christian community and fellowship, docility to the

According to ancient local tradition, soon after the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, Saint James was preaching the Gospel in Spain, but was disheartened because of the failure of his mission. Tradition holds that on 2 January 40 AD, while he was deep in prayer by the banks of the

The Most Reverend Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr awaits Ordination 2017. (Ct Photo/Greg Hartman)
On July 20, 1974 Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr was ordained. Here is a reprint of the article announcing his appointment to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. WASHINGTON — Pope Benedict XVI has named Bishop Dennis M. Schnurr of Duluth, Minn., who is treasurer of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, as