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Group photo of all recipients of the Covenant of Love with our Mother Thrice Admirable Queen and Victress of Schoenstatt (CT Photo/Jeff Unroe)
In April, Catholics from the northern parts of the archdiocese entered the Covenant of Love with Our Mother, Thrice Admirable Queen and Victress of Schoenstatt at a special Mass held at Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish McCartyville.  

A century ago in the village of Fatima, Portugal, three children were divinely chosen to experience a miracle. That miracle at Fatima was celebrated locally by a large crowd on its May 13 anniversary at the Holy Spirit Center in Norwood. The local remembrance, highlighted by Mass, three guest speakers,

As a way to acknowledge the gift that religious brothers day are to the church, a new annual celebration was held for the first time on May 1, the feast of St. Joseph Worker. Titled Religious Brothers Day, it was organized by the Brothers Think Tank, a group of religious

Parents, teachers, and underclassmen applauded the Lehman Catholic High School graduating class of 2017 when the school held its annual Senior Awards Assembly to recognize academic achievement. The top award winners were those students selected for the Lehman Academic Hall of Fame. To qualify, students must be named valedictorian or

Missionary program encompasses whole parishes, changes lives By Gail Finke A “totally” Catholic summer program for first grade through high school is coming to a dozen area parishes this year. Totus Tuus (Latin for “totally yours,” the papal motto of Pope St. John Paul II) celebrates its 30th anniversary in

Today the Archdiocese of Cincinnati marked Memorial Day 2017 with a Mass at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr was the Celebrant. Hundreds of the faithful gathered around the Bishops Memorial to remember those that have gone before us, especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our

Badin High School’s Class of 2017, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the school’s opening in 1966-67, has amassed nearly $19 million in college academic scholarship offers. “It’s a measure of the opportunity a Badin High School education provides,” said Principal Brian Pendergest as Badin hosted its 11th annual Academic Signing

Deacon Dave Shea (Immaculate Heart of Mary) threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Reds this week to mark his retirement from The Athenaeum of Ohio, where he taught for 15 years. His grandson Aiden McCracken was the ceremonial catcher and his grandson Liam McCracken got to say “Play

Beautiful Lengths 2017 -Beth Hobbs (7th grade) and mother Julie Hobbs (Courtesy Photo)
St. John XXIII Catholic School, Middletown, hosted a Pantene Beautiful Lengths event May 5 to provide natural hair wigs for those suffering from the side effects of cancer treatment The school day began with their faculty, staff and students supporting an indoor walk-a-thon due to bad weather. While it was

Pictured (l to r): Very Rev. Benedict O’Cinnsealaigh, Most Rev. Joseph R. Binzer, Rev. David Doseck, Most Rev. Dennis M. Schnurr, Rev. Alexander Witt, Rev. Peter Langenkamp and Rev. Anthony Brausch.
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s newest Priest received their assignments. Beginning July 1, 2017, Reverend David Doseck will be at St. John Fisher and St. Veronica Parish; Reverend Peter Langenkamp will be at Holy Angels and teaching at Lehman High School; and Reverend Alexander Witt will be at the Coldwater Cluster