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Cincinnati OH- Good Friday dawned with temperatures in the low 60’s as hundreds of people lined up for the annual pilgrimage of the Blessed Steps at Holy Immaculata Church in Mount Adams. When it was morning, all the chief priests and the elders of the people took counsel against Jesus

On the grounds of St. Anthony Shrine Holy Thursday Morning. (Greg Hartman/CT Photo)
Morning Prayer As Morning Breaks I look to you; I look to you O Lord, to be my strength this day, as morning breaks, as morning breaks. O God you are my God, for you I long; for you my soul is thirsting. My body pines for you like a

St. Boniface Flowers around the grounds of the Church. (Greg Hartman/CT Photo)
Editor’s Note: The deacons of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are offering daily reflections and prayer guidance for Lenten observance. These will appear each day during Lent until Holy Week. April 16th Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Thought for the Day: But Mary Magdalene and the other Mary remained sitting there, facing

On Sunday April 9th, Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains in Cincinnati. On Tuesday April 11th the Chrism Mass was held at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral.   (Photos by E.L. Hubbard)

Ursuline students Nadia Alam ‘18 of Montgomery, Noor El-Ansary ‘18 of Mason, and Kendall Hodgen ‘18 of West Chester, and Ursuline Social Studies faculty member Ms. Kelsey Bladh Randall ’04 attended the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City from March 13 to 17. (Courtesy Photo)
  CINCINNATI, OH – April 6, 2017: Ursuline students Nadia Alam ‘18 of Montgomery, Noor El-Ansary ‘18 of Mason, and Kendall Hodgen ‘18 of West Chester, and Ursuline Social Studies faculty member Ms. Kelsey Bladh Randall ’04 attended the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women at

There are many Masses and Services during Holy Week. On Tuesday April 11th, The Chrism Mass will take place at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral at 7:00 p.m. with Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr as Celebrant. The Chrism Mass is where the Archbishop, joined by the priests of the diocese, gathers

Lorraine Motel in Memphis Tn, Room 306 where Dr. Martin Luther King died. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
During the first week of April 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis Tennessee, as shockwaves reverberated throughout the world. In full splendor of St. Peter’s Basilica on Palm Sunday, Pope Paul VI assailed the “cowardly and atrocious killing” of Dr. Martin Luther King and linked it to

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

Deacon ordination
Lent is a time for renewal and a time for discernment: What is God calling me to do? The Diaconate is the foundation of the ministry of the Order of Deacon: a divine vocational call. A call to vocation is a grace from God. There are many ways in which

Collecting over 29,000 Pounds for 10 Community Partners CINCINNATI, OH – Ursuline Academy proudly announced the results of the 2017 annual Canned Food Drive: over the course of three days, Ursuline students brought in 29,450 pounds of canned goods, personal care, and household items for 10 agencies in the community.