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Prayer Intentions of Pope Francis for January: Christian Unity. That all Christians may be faithful to the Lord’s teaching by striving with prayer and fraternal charity to restore ecclesial communion and by collaborating to meet the challenges facing humanity.
In the song Little Drummer Boy, the boy has no gifts to bring. He’s a poor boy. However, he has the greatest gift, himself and his God given talents. As we end 2016, many participate in New Year’s Resolutions. Number one every year is losing weight and there’s a barrage
By Gail Finke Fans of EWTN’s The Journey Home program saw a familiar face Monday: Father Tom Wray, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Director of Evangelization and Discipleship. Once an Episcopal pastor, Father Wray converted to Catholicism and, after several years of work as a layman, was ordained a Catholic priest
Our Lady of Lourdes K-2 Students had a surprise visit from Santa! Santa talked to the students about safety and then had a Christmas sing-along with the students! The CIncinnati Police provided the visit from Santa and gave special treat bags for all of the students!
As Christmas approaches and time with family begins. Think about others who may be able to help us to serve our future priests, deacons, and lay pastoral ministers. You can share this opportunity with all of your friends, family and parishioners. The Athenauem of Ohio is just outside of third
2016 ADVENT CALENDAR Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Annunciation, 3547 Clifton Ave., 45220 Cincinnati Eucharistic Holy Hour at 7 p.m. Benediction at 8 p.m. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/rtLFXz3Bytn Tuesday, January 3, 2017 St. Columban, 894 Oakland Rd., 45140 Loveland Nativity Tour 12:30 p.m. Map: https://goo.gl/maps/pDmsX1xLbPq
Bishop Fenwick sophomore musical standout, Andrew Adam will be marching with the Bands of America National Honor Band in the Tournament of Roses Parade on January 2, 2017 in Pasadena, California. This special opportunity was earned last spring when Andrew, as just a freshman, auditioned against thousands of other musicians
La Salle Senior Jake Kroger has been selected to participate in the Touornament of Roses Honor Band. He is one of 300 high school students from across the country who will be participating in the Honor Band. Jake will be traveling out to Pasadena, CA in late December to spend
BETTER TO GIVE Few customs have suffered more than the custom of giving gifts at Christmas. Commercialism and exploitation are two of the chief malefactors; sentimentality is another But for all the super merchandising, the phony glitter and the abuse of carols and even the scriptures, giving gifts continues to