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It’s the Summer Theology on Tap. Here’s a great chance to have an evening of Faith, Food, and Fellowship for young adults 18-39 in a casual setting. It all takes place at El Rancho Nuevo 9229 Floer Dr. in West Chester. Gather at 7:00 p.m. for the Social Half-Hour, Talk

Reverend Chris Coleman's Funeral at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, July 14, 2017. (CT Photo/Gail Finke)
Church Bells have rung out throughout the centuries marking the passage of time. On some occasions, they ring in joyously. On others, they’re a call to prayer. On a cloudy, humid Friday in Cincinnati, the bells tolled for the passing of a priest, a brother, a friend: Father Chris Coleman.

The archdiocese’s new online certification program for catechists, Vocare, will launch this month for Catholic parish catechists, principals and teachers. Developed over 18 months after five years of researching how to best deliver catechetical training in the archdiocese, Vocare (pronounced “voh-CAHR-ay”) will add ongoing formation to one-time training. It will

Students carry in their respective school banners during the Catholic Schools Week Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains in Cincinnati Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
The historic One Faith, One Hope, One Love capital campaign conducted in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati by the Catholic Community Foundation will disburse its first tuition grants this fall. Spokesmen for the archdiocese say the student aid program funded by the campaign will allocate more than $2 million for tuition

Michael A. Schafer, a veteran marketing executive with deep involvement in the Catholic Church, has been named Director of the newly created Department of Communications & Mission Promotion for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, effective July 17. “I am both excited and humbled by the opportunity to put my professional experience

By Colleen Kammer Marti Shoemaker’s mother came to live with her family while still in good health, so Shoemaker, a business owner, had no intention of being her caregiver. But as her mother eventually needed more care and moved to a nursing home, Shoemaker felt God calling her in a

One of six statues blessed by Pope Francis in recognition of the centennial of miracles at Fatima, Portugal, will be displayed at the annual Fatima celebration at the Spiritual Center of Maria Stein in Mercer County Aug. 11. The six statutes will be touring six countries this year and the

Rev. Michael Pucke. pastor of St. Julie Billiart Catholic Parish in Hamilton, leads a cheer to Sr. Dorothy during the blessing of “The Sr. Dorothy Stang House”, a house for homeless families, during a dedication ceremony in Hamilton Saturday, May 27, 2017. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
Members of St. Julie Billiart Parish in Hamilton and representatives from the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur gathered May 27 for the dedication and blessing of the Dorothy Stang House. Sister Dorothy, known for her outspoken efforts on behalf of the poor and the environment, was murdered in Brazil

Bishop Fenwick High School (Courtesy Photo)
Cincinnati, OH: While students are enjoying their summer vacation, Blane Collison is preparing to take up his new duties as Principal/CEO of Bishop Fenwick High School on July 10, 2017. “Fenwick has a proud tradition of forming students in faith, knowledge and service,” states incoming Principal Collison, “I look forward

Last week three Bishop Fenwick High School staff members represented the high school at the Partners in Mission Conference in Boston. Director of Communications & Marketing, Natalie Hansman, Robin Blank, Assistant Director of Development, and Andrea Wyatt, Development Specialist, attended the week-long conference that focused on developing excellence in Catholic