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Story & photo by Rebecca Sontag The victor will thus be dressed in white, and I will never erase his name from the book of life but will acknowledge his name in the presence of my Father and of his angels.” (Revelation 3:5) Caregiving is hard. It is heavy lifting

Regardless of the political position one advocates, immigration and refugee policy is primarily a moral theological issue. Of course, policy deliberations necessarily involve a number of considerations, including economic, financial and political factors. But, like any moral issue, the primary source for our deliberation should be Catholic moral theology, not

It was the weekend following a difficult week – a chance to be with my family, to soak in the joy and innocence of life through the eyes of my children. On Sunday, as I got out of bed and began to ready myself for the morning routine, I saw

Story by John Stegeman • photos by Jeff Unroe Early on Aug. 4, a gunman killed nine people and wounded 30 other. Responding immediately, police shot and killed the shooter in Dayton’s Oregon Historic District. In the days before the shooting, however, it was a very different scene. Music drifted

By Deacon Mark Machuga In 1964, the Second Vatican Council document Lumen Gentium restored the order of deacon as a permanent rank of the hierarchy of the Church. For, strengthened by sacramental grace [deacons] are dedicated to the People of God, in conjunction with the bishop and his body of

In August, it was the Celtic Festival in Cincinnati. Check out the photos!

It was the first day of classes at the Athenaeum of Ohio for the 2019-2020 Academic year. Here’s a look at our seminarians and faculty as we pray for them to have a blessed year!    

On the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Mother August 15, parishioners in the Petersburg Region processed through the streets of Botkins celebrating the Blessed Mother.  

In Today’s Video, Father Mike points out five things the Church can learn from one of the latest fitness crazes, Crossfit: 1. In Crossfit gyms, you’re seen, you’re known, and you’re missed when you’re not there. How often does someone stop coming to church without us even noticing? 2. Crossfit