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Part four of a series on a pressing issue for our region, and on the Catholic response to it. By Walt Schaefer One weekday evening a week, at about 9 p.m. when the strip clubs In Harrison Township north of Dayton get busy, representatives of Oasis House drop in. The
This month’s Bucket List will take you to the cathedral for one of the most joyous events of the year that isn’t a feast, on a pilgrimage, and to Clermont County for a special outdoor Mass: One of the biggest non-feast days of the church year A set of walking
St. Joseph Parish in North Bend celebrated one of its own being ordained a transitional deacon Saturday morning with a three-Mass celebration this weekend. Deacon Mark Bredestege proclaimed the Gospel and delivered a homily at all three weekend Masses. Receptions featured deacon-shaped cookies from a local bakery. Bishop Joseph R.
Pope Francis asked people to pray for the success of the inter-Korean summit and, especially, for peace and reconciliation between North Korea and South Korea
The annual Cincinnati Square Dance sponsored by local Catholic young adult groups and Eagle Eye Ministry alumni happened this past Saturday, April 21st of this year at St. Bartholomew parish in Winton Woods (Cincinnati). Zeke Regula, the beloved centerpiece of the original Cincinnati Square Dance, was the square dance caller!
On Wednesday, April 18, it was Grandparents Day at St. Aloysius on-the-Ohio School in Sayler Park. Check out the video below:
We’re already approaching the Fourth Sunday of Easter. We’ve experienced to 40 days of Lent, the wonderful joy of Easter, yet have we changed? In today’s video from Fr. Mike, he discusses why confessing the same sins over and over isn’t entirely a bad thing. He also offers some ways
St. Bernadette was born in Lourdes, France on January 7, 1844. Her parents were very poor and she was the first of nine children. She was baptized at St. Pierre’s, the local parish church, on January 9. As a toddler, Bernadette contracted cholera and suffered extreme asthma. Unfortunately, she lived
By Gail Finke (An earlier version of this story was previously posted in error.) A real estate venture by Catholics who both wanted to make their fortunes and establish a village far from the anti-Catholic sentiment of urban Cincinnati, rural St. Bernard was home to one of the country’s original
By Gail Finke (An older version of this story was posted in error.) Franciscans in Europe didn’t pastor churches. Even when sent on foreign missions, they established friaries, where they lived together in community and worked with the poor. But in America, things were different. Father David Endres, dean of