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Carroll High School began a new era in November as dozens of alumni, faculty and staff members, students, and friends of the school gathered for the rededication of St. John the Evangelist Chapel. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer led the congregation through the chapel doors in a solemn procession to begin

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By Eileen Connelly, OSU Just after the start of the new year, Luke Carey found himself deep in prayer as he discerned the direction his ministry will take. Carey, the former associate director of the archdiocesan Office for the New evangelization, has been named director of the Office for Young

"I'm still a big sports fan" said Rod Dunlap, pictured in Bengals gear with his children. Dunlap is the head of Sports Ministry, a new focus for the Archdiocese. (Courtesy Photo)
By Gail Finke When he looked for young people to work with, Rod Dunlap found that a lot of them didn’t spend much time in church. The former youth and young adult minister for St. John the Baptist Church, Dry Ridge, found them playing sports. “The numbers increase every year,”

By Gail Finke Cincinnati sports icon and philanthropist Anthony Munoz will headline the 2nd annual E6 Catholic Men’s Conference in St. Leon , Ind., on March 4. Less than an hour west of Cincinnati, the event will also feature author and radio host Patrick Madrid and author, speaker, media host,

The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains in downtown Cincinnati will be the site of the 10th annual "White Mass" Nov. 9. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Christians have been traveling to Holy places since the beginning of the Church and have been actively encouraged to go on Pilgrimages since the Middle Ages. The Pilgrimage participants (pilgrims) are on a spiritual journey as well as a physical journey. The Pilgrimage is a time of leaving our daily lives behind, turning to the Lord, repenting of our

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Students develop skills working for archdiocese Visitors to the ninth floor of the archdiocese’s Central Offices are likely to be greeted by the cheerful and professional presence of Rosemary Morena. A 2015 graduate of DePaul Cristo Rey High School (DPCR), Morena began working at the archdiocese during her junior year

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By Patricia McGeever Starting kindergarten is a big step for any child. It’s no small event in a parent’s life either. But if you have a child with special needs and you want him or her to receive a Catholic education, your options are limited. That’s what Christina Sillies found

Students in the STEM room at Bishop Leibold School in Dayton. (Courtesy Photo)
Dayton elementary school recognized for STEM education For the sixth year in a row, Bishop Leibold School in Dayton has been awarded the Governor’s Thomas Edison Award for Excellence in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) Education. It is one of four schools in Dayton and Kettering that received the

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CINCINNATI, January 31, 2017 – Father Daniel Groody, CSC, the award-winning filmmaker of “Dying to Live: A Migrant’s Journey” will speak at a free presentation at 7:30 pm on April 5 at Bellarmine Chapel at Xavier University. His presentation is entitled: A God of Life and a Civilization of Love:

McNicholas students chat with Archbishop Schnurr before the start of the teleconference. Pictured from left are Cam Massa, Atticus Block, Vanessa Bayliss, Noah Kohl, and Anna Kellerman, all seniors. (Courtesy Photo)
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr spent more than an hour Monday answering questions from high school students from throughout the archdiocese to kick off Catholic Schools Week 2017. Students from 15 Catholic high schools had the opportunity to participate in the teleconference, which was broadcast from McNicholas High School in Cincinnati.