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In the last few months, national news stories have outlined new allegations of abuse and misconduct involving bishops, priests, and even seminarians from various dioceses. It’s hard to read about. Very hard. It can test the faith of even the strongest of Catholics. Yet, you’re still Catholic. Why?
By Gail Finke Elaborate Latin Masses at two historic Cincinnati churches this month topped off a sacred music retreat for 50 singers from around the country. Sponsored by the Cincinnati Oratory and its two parishes, the retreat featured Kevin Allen and Nicke Lemme, was coordinated by John Schauble, led by
On Friday, August 24, 2018 for the first time the lights were on at Penn Station Stadium at McNicholas High School. The Rockets hosted the Goshen Warriors. It was a tough loss for McNick as they fell 21-7: however, it was a night of history! Throughout the Football Season, check
An ancient calling meets modern marriages; taking Fridays off By Walt Schaefer Deacon Mike and Kathy Hinger The plan is for Deacon Mike Hinger to take Fridays off with his wife. Hinger, a deacon at St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish in Liberty Township, finds his vocation to God and
Father Rob Jack, host of the new afternoon drive-time show on Cincinnati’s Sacred Heart Radio, lists the following “media Catholics” as his models: Ven. Fulton Sheen Bishop of Rochester, New York, and titular Archbishop of Newport, Wales, Sheen hosted one of the most popular television shows ever to air, “Life
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated Mass at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral for more than 80 permanent deacons and their families Aug. 11. The Mass marked the beginning of the 50th anniversary of the restoration of the permanent diaconate in the United States. For more information about the anniversary, area
St. Augustine of Hippo is the patron of brewers because of his conversion from a former life of loose living, which included parties, entertainment, and worldly ambitions. His complete turnaround and conversion has been an inspiration to many who struggle with a particular vice or habit they long to break.
By Hannah Brockhaus Dublin, Ireland, Aug 25, 2018 / 05:19 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In Ireland on Saturday, Pope Francis said the anger of Catholics at bishops’ failure in response to the sexual abuse crisis is appropriate and that he shares those feelings. “With regard to the most vulnerable, I cannot
Today begins a 9-day Novena to the Blessed Mother, Queen of Heaven and Earth Novena to the Blessed Mother, Queen of Heaven and Earth I greet you, ever-blessed Virgin, Mother of God, refuge of sinners, and Queen of the Universe. Most loving Mother, attracted by your beauty, sweetness, and tender
Cincinnati, OH: August 2018 – After 6 months of national and local searching and after interviewing several candidates, the search committee and the Board of St. Rita School for the Deaf, made their recommendation to Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr. The Archbishop interviewed and has appointed Angela Frith as the President