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The Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated four men being ordained to the priesthood for service to God and the Church on Saturday May 19th. The ordination Mass was open to the public, and the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains was packed to capacity. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated the Mass. Bishop Joseph
Meet five from Toledo, Louisville, and Fathers of Mercy Five men from outside the archdiocese who have been preparing for the priesthood at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary will be ordained in their dioceses or religious orders this spring. With Cincinnati’s four graduates, they make up the ordination class of 2018.
Ordination Day is always a wonderful moment each year in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Here’s a pictorial video of Ordination Day 2012 – 2016.
The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary graduated 30 students during ceremonies May 13 in the Chapel of St. Gregory the Great on the Athenaeum campus. The degrees were conferred by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, chancellor and chairman of the board of the Athenaeum. After the invocation by Archbishop Schnurr,
This article originally appeared in the May 21, 2010 edition of The Catholic Telegraph ARCHDIOCESE — God calls men to the priesthood at different times in their lives. Some begin discerning the call while still in their teens. Others embark on different careers before they begin priestly formation. This year
“I thank them every other Thursday when I sign their paychecks,” my boss said, deflating an enthusiastic employee relations seminar leader, who was making the case for management demonstrating more appreciation for workers. He took a more humane approach than his comment signaled, but as a manager, he could have
More than 500 students and faculty from Roger Bacon High School fanned out all over the cities of Cincinnati and St. Bernard May to beautify their neighborhoods and serve the poor and vulnerable. They kicked off their day with prayer and reflection from Father Roger Lopez. As the Spartans do
Many people reject religion and even leave the church today because they believe that religious faith is at odds with reasonable, scientific inquiry. You may have heard it before: “I’ll believe in God if you can give me empirical proof that God exists.” “How can I
A ‘common thread’ between sewing and service By Patricia McGeever Students who are learning to master a new skill have become the common thread between sewing and service. “Common Thread” is the name of the sewing group at St. Catharine of Siena Parish in Westwood. Every other Sunday after the
Did you get your mother a card and some flowers for Mother’s Day? Well, that’s a great start, but loving and caring for your mom really needs more attention than a Sunday in May. Moms are remarkable women. They have given us more than we can think or imagine. So,