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On Wednesday, April 11, 2018, spring finally arrived in all it’s glory. Driving down Beechmont Ave, car windows were down, radios/sound systems blaring, and the sun was shining: a great evening to be outdoors. At Immaculate Heart of Mary, the NET Ministries team was busy at work on their monthly
Part three of a series on a pressing issue for our region, and on the Catholic response to it. The interstate highway system provides vital arteries for commerce. It is the circulatory system of America. Pulsing along these multilane ribbons are trucks and vans and automobiles—all serving the travel needs
A Mass was held for the anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Church of the Resurrection in Bond Hill. Bishop Joseph Binzer celebrated the Mass. For the story in pictures, click the video below:
On Wednesday, April 4, 2018 several participants in the NCEA (National Catholic Educators Association) prayed the steps in Mt. Adams, up to Holy Cross Immaculata Church. Check out their journey:
Love for God and music brought a group of Dominicans together to record an album rooted in Gospel values and American identity. The Hillbilly Thomists, comprised of friars (two priests and eight brothers) from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C, released the album, which reflects their enthusiasm for
This Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday. Divine Mercy Sunday is a very special Sunday when the Divine Floodgates from Heaven are wide-opened and Jesus offers us the total forgiveness of all sins and punishment to any soul, who goes to Confession and receives Him in Holy Communion, on that day
In today’s video a look at the catholic educators who have travelled from all over the United States for their annual convention in Cincinnati. His Eminence Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education for the Vatican, was the Principal Celebrant at the Opening Eucharistic Liturgy.
Throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on Easter Vigil, the church welcomed over 850 new members. Here’s a look at Easter Vigil at Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains.
During the first week of April 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis Tennessee, as shockwaves reverberated throughout the world. In full splendor of St. Peter’s Basilica on Palm Sunday, Pope Paul VI assailed the “cowardly and atrocious killing” of Dr. Martin Luther King and linked it to