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LaSalle High School was featured on the pre-game show for Thursday Night Football on NBC. For Friday Night Lights in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati click here.

Chris Winiarski, Director of Campus Ministry, Mission and Formation for La Salle High School, was one of 48 pilgrims on a summer trip to the Holy Land coordinated by School of Faith. A ministry that connects teachers and principals from Catholic schools with the literal roots of the faith, School

Deglazing a rich tomato sauce with vodka and burning off the alcohol, Father Leo Patalinghug told the crowd when Jesus sent the apostles to evangelize the world, he told them to eat whatever they were offered wherever they stayed. “Christians can eat and drink whatever they like,” he said, “in moderation.” (CT Photo/Steve Trosley)
Father Leo Patalinghug invoked Scripture while performing a cooking demonstration for hundreds of fans at the Mercer County Fair in Celina Aug. 13. Among his many observations while cooking, Father Leo told the group that parents can teach children about religion during a family meal because, “It’s hard to interrupt

Pope Francis’s prayer intentions for September: Parishes That our parishes, animated by a missionary spirit, may be places where faith is communicated and charity is seen.

This home video by Toby Tripp shows his son, Bradley, making a goal. By Gail Finke   “Oh Cincy is! So wonderful!” One of the cheers popular in “the Bailey,” the famous, raucous cheering section for Cincinnati’s two-year-old professional soccer team, Football Club Cincinnati or FCC, starts with those words.

American Catholics evangelize while sipping suds Note: When I write of drinking, I mean the simple act of drinking an alcoholic beverage while over the age of 21. Many equate the word ‘drinking’ with the act of drinking excessively. That is not the focus of this article. “In Catholicism, the

Cyclists preparing to leave the University of Notre Dame for the four-day, 240-mile trip to the University of Dayton. (Courtesy Photo)
Twenty-three riders made the four-day bicycle trip between the University of Notre Dame and Dayton University for Dayton Right to Life’s fifth annual Ride for Life in late July. Previously held in the opposite direction — from “UD2ND,” as the ride was called – this year the ride began at

Archdiocese of Cincinnati  Students are heading back to the classroom for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. From the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops, a prayer for students: Lord our God, in your wisdom and love you surround us with the mysteries of the universe. Send your Spirit upon these students

On July 21st  12 members of Boy Scout Troop 530 chartered by Incarnation Church in Centerville completed a 321 mile bicycle trip from Pittsburgh, PA to Washington DC. The scouts camped along the way traversing the Great Allegany Passage Trail and the C&O canal tow path. Incarnation Parochial Vicar and

Pope Francis holds dove before his weekly audience at the Vatican
Pope Francis’s prayer intentions for August: Artists That artists of our time, through their ingenuity, may help everyone discover the beauty of creation.