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A group of Archbishop McNicholas High School seniors returned from the spring Appalachia trip to Grainger County, Tennessee, site of the Glenmary Home Missioners Group Volunteer Program (http://www.glenmary.org/volunteer/), after a week of service and community-building.

On Tuesday February 28th, students from St. Ignatius School in Cincinnati took part in a “challenge by choice” activity called “Mix It Up at Lunch” which is part of a National Campaign started by Teaching Tolerance in 2002. Students were encouraged to eat lunch with peers they may not typically

The first Mass of Fr. Lucio Boccacci was held on January 21st at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center.

By Gail Finke Friars were out in force for the crowded launch of Urban Artifact’s St. Anthony Quad Beer on Fat Tuesday. The brewery and pub in what was once the undercroft of St. Patrick Church in Northside hummed with the sounds of band Jazz Renaissance and talk from the

Frisch’s Tartar Sauce (Courtesy Photo)
By Gail Finke Today is the first-ever National Tartar Sauce Day, a celebration cooked up (see what I did there?) by none other than the new owners of Frisch’s Restaurants, home of a fanatically beloved tartar sauce made from a secret recipe. “People have tried to match it, but they

Mother of Mercy High School is sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy, a religious community founded in 1831 in Dublin, Ireland. The Sisters from their earliest days were dedicated to the education of young women and to the needs of the sick and the poor. At this time, Mother

All three 40 Days for Life Campaigns in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati began this week on Ash Wednesday, and two held kickoff rallies Sunday afternoon.

Pope Francis’s prayer intentions for March: Support for Persecuted Christians. That persecuted Christians may be supported by the prayers and material help of the whole Church.

At Urban Artifacts in Northside, the old St. Patrick Church, the Franciscan’s celebrated with a brand new St. Anthony Quad Beer. For the original story, click here

Immaculate Heart of Mary 3rd Grade students completed a biography bottle project about famous African Americans to celebrate Black History Month. They turned out amazing!