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Story & photo by M.D. Pitman Before every volleyball home game, Seton’s team goes to the school’s chapel to pray. They don’t pray for a win. They pray to become closer as teammates and to God and to be better versions of themselves. “That’s where we hold a lot of

Pictured are the Class of 2018 seniors who took on the "Got Veggies?" topic for their Capstone project. Their work won the Sister Dorothy Stang Award from the archdiocese.
By Susie Bergman Small groups are making a big difference at Chaminade Julienne High School (CJHS) in Dayton. The Catholic high school, founded on the Marianists and Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur orders, has cultivated an atmosphere of faith in action (with a hint of good-natured competitiveness) through the

By Susie Bergman Imagine boarding a plane to leave the comfort and security of your homeland to begin a mission solely focused on relationship-building with people you’ve never met. It’s a mission that will take you to places you have never experienced before, with an unfamiliar culture and a significant

By Patricia McGeever An artist, a craftsman, a generous donor and staff skilled in construction have created a beautiful space in Moeller High School’s updated chapel, a space intent on inspiring students to grow deeper in their faith. “The existing space wasn’t respected the way a chapel should be,” said

IHM Parishioners Kelsey and Mark Overley visiting CCBN English class.
By John Stegeman For almost 20 years Cincinnati’s Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish (IHM) has partnered with the Cultural Center Batahola Norte in Managua, Nicaragua, but that support took on new importance in April of 2018. Police and paramilitary groups violently suppressed a series of political protests, and the resulting

Story and photos by M.D. Pitman Elder is not just a high school for Adam Duwel and Jack Langen. For them – and the current student body and thousands of graduates of the near-century-old Cincinnati Westside institution – it’s a way of life. Elder is a place with which both

The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West is expanding its campus in Mount Washington. On Sunday, October 13, 2019, at 2 p.m., Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis M. Schnurr will dedicate and bless Fenwick Hall. This $12 million building project has been under construction for two years, it’s

Participants in Theology on Tap in Dayton. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
  FALL THEOLOGY ON TAP CLIFTON You’re invited to this Fall’s Theology on Tap. We are in some troubled times — the Church abuse crisis, the separation of families at the border and raids on immigrants, mass shootings, and a host of other things. With all of this going on,

I can do a great deal of thinking on the top rung of a ladder. Chief among my thoughts is “Dear God, don’t let me fall,” but I’m also thinking other things too: “Go slow,” “Be careful,” and “You got this.” And then, on my most recent ascent, a new

Welcome Blink Visitors This weekend the spectacular BLINK ® illuminated by ArtsWave is the largest light, art and culture event of its kind in the nation. The event spans 30-city blocks from Northern Kentucky’s Covington neighborhood, across the river, through Downtown Cincinnati and into Over-the-Rhine and the Findlay Market neighborhood