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The young news clerk at the newspaper I edited in North Carolina had a healthy, if peculiar curiosity about Catholics and our beliefs. Did we really pray to statues? Did we pray in a language (Latin) also used by Satan? Did we really drink blood at Mass? Did all Catholics

Students from Seton High School in Cincinnati worked to spruce up the grounds around the High School.

There’s a new standing feature on the home page of the Archdiocesan website, designed to make it easier to find perspectives of the local Church on important issues. In the upper right corner, visitors to the site now see the words “WHERE WE STAND.” Clicking on it will take them

By Gail Finke VIA. It’s a new name, but an ancient idea: Evangelizing to others by the witness of a life of faith, grounded in prayer. “It’s not a new program,” said Brad Bursa, Director of the Office for Youth Evangelization and Discipleship for the archdiocese. “It’s not anything the

Elias Mwesigye was in for a shock when he found his long-lost benefactors. As a student in Uganda, Mwesigye received a tuition sponsorship from a U.S. couple, “Dave and Joanne,” via a children’s fund. He and the couple exchanged letters through fund managers, so he never had their direct address

Theology on Tap is a lecture and discussion series for people in their 20’s and 30’s, single or married. It is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and local parishes. They meet in a local bar or restaurant for food, drink and lively discussion about Catholic faith. It’s a chance

By Father David Endres Q: I received the Eucharist under both forms – the host and from the chalice – for the first time recently and I felt Christ in my heart as never before. I thought it was because I was receiving the Precious Blood and not just the

Abide, a great opportunity for high school students, is coming to Cincinnati on June 14th through June 18th at Mount Saint Joseph University. Abide is unique! A typical teen conference lasts three days (at most). Abide is five days. Teens are not only taught about who Jesus is, they live

Ursuline Academy students spent spring break volunteering at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Standing, left to right, Ms. Vicki Zaya, Savannah Steinkamp ‘20, Anna Kofron ‘17, Mary Kaleta ‘18, Jessica Henn ‘18, Christine Henn ‘18, Trisha Leyda ‘19. Sitting, left to right: Ms. Kara Sheldon, Rebecca Specht ‘20, Alexis Olmsted ‘18, Carolyn Haney ‘18, Olivia Van Pee ‘19, Julianna Hudak ‘19, Sarah Kaleta ‘20, Haley Enslein ’20, another Re-member volunteer. (Courtesy Photo)
Cincinnati, OH – April 27, 2017:  Thirteen Ursuline Academy students spent their spring break in service to others at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. They were accompanied by Ursuline faculty members Ms. Kara Sheldon and Ms. Vicki Zaya, the group spent a week in April doing outreach

April 29, 2017 – On a stormy morning which brought flooding, trees and power lines down throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, four men along with a full crowd at The Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains gathered for the Ordination of Deacons. The men ordained were Craig Edward Best from