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Guardian Angels School (GA), located in Mt. Washington on the east side of Cincinnati, was abuzz the morning of Sept. 27. Buses lined the school’s front entrance as students walked out of their classrooms, wearing white GA t-shirts. Students were bound for locations across the city and, in some cases,

The St. Anne novena was the very first novena Annie Deddens ever prayed. “I lived at a Catholic Newman Center where some of the women were praying to St. Anne to find good, Catholic men.” Hoping for a holy relationship herself, Deddens prayed the novena to St. Anne daily during

Saturday, November 16, 8:30 a.m. Catholic Black History Month Reflection Day Rev. Dr. Joseph A. Brown “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho” – Leadership for the Black Community: Characteristics and Complexities Church of the Resurrection 1619 California Avenue, Cincinnati Registration: rwinters@catholiccincinnati.org Saturday, November 16, 2 p.m. Catholic Black History Month

By Rebecca Sontag There are a lot of roads into the Church,” said Leah Libresco Sargeant, discussing her and her husband, Alexi, upcoming visit to Cincinnati. For some, the road is straight ahead and obvious from birth onward. Others traverse a hyper-intellectual path to God – like Leah did. There

Sponsored by the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, and the Knights of Columbus, the Warriors to Lourdes pilgrimage takes place each May in Lourdes, France during the International Military Pilgrimage. Non-wounded, wounded, ill or injured military personnel who are selected to attend will travel from the United States and

Perhaps the last untold story of the American Civil War is the heroic work of Catholic chaplains and religious sisters who served on both sides of the conflict. While the story has been untold for well over a century, it wasn’t unwritten. Irish journalist David Power Conyngham wrote a manuscript

By Susie Bergman Father Eugene “Gene” Schnipke had only been ordained for a few short years, but it seemed everyone knew he was destined for a different kind of vocational service – everyone, that is, except him. After committing his life to the Missionaries of the Precious Blood in 1980,

By Christine Rousselle Columbus, Ohio, Nov 7, 2019 / 02:00 pm (CNA).- Ohio lawmakers have passed two pieces of new pro-life legislation while court battles challenging earlier pro-life laws continue. On Wednesday, the Ohio Senate passed Senate Bill 155 by a vote of 22-10. The bill would require doctors to

Story & photo by M.D. Pitman Before every game sanctioned by the Girls Western Athletic Conference (GWAC), members of both teams stand hand-in-hand on the playing field to pray. The Catholic girls league began requiring prayer before games a few years ago, and it’s one of the more important rules