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“What’s going on?” a white-haired man asked, after making his way back through a long, narrow pub in Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood. He was one of several curious patrons who made their way past the bar and the pool room and spillover space to a stage and event room crowded with young

On the eve of the 100th Anniversary of the "Miracle of the Sun", the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary in Fatima (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Fatima- 100 Years ago in this small village in Portugal, The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared six times to three young children; when in the same continent World War I was consuming life and land; Portugal was in political chaos, refugees were pouring into Europe.  A week ago 134 pilgrims from

A variety of events for the final day of the Fatima Centennial are scheduled around the archdiocese on Friday (the 100th anniversary of the final apparition) and Saturday. Here are those we know about: FRIDAY: 8 a.m.: Worldwide Eucharistic Children’s Holy Hour Parishes and schools around the world will participate in the

A Statewide Day of Adoration for Vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life is set for Wednesday, November 8th. More than 30 local sites and parishes from across the state are joining in to pray for vocations all day. This will be a great opportunity to not only pray for vocations to

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and CMG Booking, the Catholic Speakers Organization, have teamed up to revive America’s first Catholic Men’s Conference ever produced. Started in 1994, The Cincinnati Catholic Men’s Conference was the first Catholic Men’s conference every produced in the United States. Hundreds of other

Mark your calendar for Thursday Nights for Theology on Tap in Dayton. It all takes place at Oregon Express, 336 E 5th St. in Dayton. For a map, click here Fellowship begins at 7:00 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. the evening talk will begin. This Fall’s Theme: Made for More, a

St. Gertrude parish and priory will present “Who Reads the Bible?” the second in its series of talks on the Reformation, Tuesday at 7 pm. “Martin Luther’s approach to reading the Bible is what is supposed to have touched off the Reformation 500 years ago,” said Dominican Father Clement Dickie,

  By Gail Finke The statues can’t be repaired, but Christ’s love can’t be harmed, said Father Satish Joseph, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Dayton. Long before dawn on Wednesday, two people visited the parish’s Shrine of Our Lady of Belmont – twice. They didn’t come to pray, but

“This is seeing the body of Christ in a completely different fashion” By Walt Schaefer In 1999, Divine Providence Sister Francis Maag, visited Madagascar as a representative of her religious community. She returned with a dream. A long-time school principal, Sister Francis was then director of religious education at St.

Franciscan Friar Roger Lopez raised the fifth highest amount for the Aubrey Rose Foundation (Courtesy Photo)
After raising nearly $3,000, Franciscan friar and theology teacher Father Roger Lopez and admissions staffer Alyssa Flading rappelled down a 26-story Cincinnati building as part of the “Rappel for a Reason” event sponsored by the Aubrey Rose Foundation. A new charity event for the organization that raises money for medically