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“Temporary”position transforms to lifelong mission for Everyday Evangelist Norma Quinteros By Walt Schaefer After more than 30 years as a teacher, Norma Quinteros is dreaming of a new mission. Faced with a family member coping with mental illness, Quinteros, a native of Argentina and largely educated there, became involved with the

Dayton’s Woodland Cemetery was one of four sites in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati for the fifth annual National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children. Dayton Right to Life sponsored the interfaith prayer service at the grave of six aborted children.   “As a chaplain for Project Rachel, I have seen

By Eileen Connelly, OSU As a young wife and expectant mother Judie Mohr moved to Forest Park in 1967 with her husband, Charlie, where the couple became charter members of St. Matthias the Apostle Parish. They are still active parishioners today, and, said Mohr, the past 50 years have been

“What’s going on?” a white-haired man asked, after making his way back through a long, narrow pub in Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood. He was one of several curious patrons who made their way past the bar and the pool room and spillover space to a stage and event room crowded with young

Stephen T. Badin High School (Courtesy Photo)
Badin High School’s annual Heritage Mass will come with an important addition on Wednesday, Oct. 18. The only Catholic high school in Butler County is set to officially announce its re-affiliation with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, which previously ran Notre Dame High School in Hamilton from 1886-1966.

A variety of events for the final day of the Fatima Centennial are scheduled around the archdiocese on Friday (the 100th anniversary of the final apparition) and Saturday. Here are those we know about: FRIDAY: 8 a.m.: Worldwide Eucharistic Children’s Holy Hour Parishes and schools around the world will participate in the

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and CMG Booking, the Catholic Speakers Organization, have teamed up to revive America’s first Catholic Men’s Conference ever produced. Started in 1994, The Cincinnati Catholic Men’s Conference was the first Catholic Men’s conference every produced in the United States. Hundreds of other

Mark your calendar for Thursday Nights for Theology on Tap in Dayton. It all takes place at Oregon Express, 336 E 5th St. in Dayton. For a map, click here Fellowship begins at 7:00 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. the evening talk will begin. This Fall’s Theme: Made for More, a

Theology on Tap Clifton’s fall series will be held at a new location – down the hill in Northside. Events will be held every Wednesday on October in at the Northside Tavern on Hamilton Avenue. The series theme will be “Catholic Myth Busters,” and the four speakers will each address

Our own Greg Hartman is on pilgrimage with Bishop Binzer and 134 people from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, stopping at Marian shrines with the ultimate destination of Fatima for the 100th anniversary of the end of the apparitions there. Here is his Oct. 4 report from Fatima: Today the pilgrims