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Today’s brief video looks at the Feast of the Epiphany: a quick primer of why we celebrate this most sacred day.

By Gail Finke The Canada Summer Jobs Program (CSJ) helping small businesses and charities pay salaries for summer workers got an extra $113 million this year, but pro-life organizations and traditional Christians suspect they need not apply. New restrictions on grants require that both the jobs and the “core mandates”

Although Debbie Staresinic worked with a professional designer from Faith and Family Productions for her new book of rosary meditations, she has a background in design and photography. That training helped her do her part to market the book with daily Instagram posts that feature artful photos of the book

McNicholas Students participate in March for Life in Washington DC (Courtesy Photo)
By Gail Finke The bishops of Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Va., announced that participants in the annual March for Life can obtain a plenary indulgence this year. In a letter sent to the bishops of the United States, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, and Arlington Bishop Michael Burbidge said

From the rosary to Theology of the Body, and back By Gail Finke The connection between the rosary and St. Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body (TOB) seemed so clear to Debbie Staresinic that every few months, she searched for a book of TOB rosary meditations. When the

The Catholic Education Foundation is currently accepting applications for 2018-2019 elementary school tuition assistance scholarships. All scholarships are needs-based and can be used at any Catholic elementary school within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Awards range from $250 to $1,000 per student. TO APPLY CLICK HERE. Tuition Assistance Scholarship Details Level

David Kissell Director of the Office of Stewardship, Archdiocese of Cincinnati (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
David Kissell, an experienced development executive and dedicated Catholic, has been named Director of the Department of Stewardship and Chief Development Officer for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, effective immediately. Kissell had been serving as interim director of the department since December 1. “I feel extremely blessed to have the opportunity

ENLC, Healthy Beginnings team up in area at high risk for abortions By Gail Finke A new partnership between two area pro-life powerhouses will bring affordable medical care to pregnant women in one of Greater Cincinnati’s neighborhoods where abortions are most common. Beginning this month, Dayton-based crisis pregnancy center group

From the University of Dayton’s Marian Library: The University of Dayton Marian Library, which holds the world’s largest collection of books and artifacts on Virgin Mary, will celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2018. The library is recognized as an international destination for the study and appreciation of Mary. It holds more

By Gail Finke Shortly before Christmas, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed a law prohibiting doctors from aborting babies that are likely to have Down Syndrome. Prenatal tests used to identify likelihood of Down Syndrome often result in their mothers seeking abortions, even though false positives are not rare. North Dakota