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Royalmont Academy students pray outside the Women's Med Center on Lebanon Road in Sharonville, Ohio. The Women's Med Center must shut down by Feb. 4 unless it appeals and Ohio Department of Health ruling and is granted a stay. (Courtesy Photo/Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati)
April 25, 2018 (Cincinnati, OH): God has answered prayers! Many have come and prayed in front of the abortion mill since its opening in November, 2010. Over the past years, several 40 Days for Life Campaigns were held, the rosary has been prayed every Saturday morning since the beginning of

Seven African-American High School students have been awarded a four-year grant of $1000.00 per year from the Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship Grant program for 2018-2019. Deacon Royce Winters of the Archdiocesan Office for African-American Pastoral Ministries announced this week that the following students would receive the grants: Garvin Billings,

E. WALNUT HILLS – Purcell Marian High School announced the appointment of Mr. Brian Meyer as the new Athletic Director. Meyer joins Purcell Marian following five years as an athletic director with Cincinnati Public Schools, including two years at Clark Montessori High School, and three years at Western Hills. Meyer is

Students at Archbishop McNicholas High School in Cincinnati made these crosses as part of the school's "Day of Reflection for Peace" April 20. Many students across the country were participating that day in the National School Walkout to protest gun violence and mark the 19th anniversary of the school shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado. (CNS photo/Archbishop McNicholas High School) See WALKOUT-SCHOOLS-GUN-VIOLENCE April 20, 2018.
By Carol Zimmermann WASHINGTON (CNS) — Some Catholic schools across the country treated the National School Walkout April 20 — commemorating the 19th anniversary of the school shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado — much like how they responded to the March 14 walkout marking one month since the

Roberto with Bishop Joseph Binzer (Courtesy Photo)
St. Rita School for the Deaf celebrated the confirmation of one of its students April 13 with a unique Mass. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer presided at the liturgy during, which a young man named Roberto received the sacrament. Two years ago, the school enrolled the 15-year-old, profoundly deaf boy who

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr announced today that Father Anthony Brausch will be installed as the thirty-sixth President of the Athenaeum and Rector of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary on May 13, 2018. Archbishop Schnurr thanked Father Benedict O’Cinnsealaigh for his seven years of leadership as President and Rector and for his

The purpose of the World Day of Prayer for Vocations is to publically fulfill the Lord’s instruction to, “Pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into his harvest” (Mt 9:38; Lk 10:2). As a climax to a prayer that is continually offered throughout the Church, it affirms the

Taxpayers Must Finance Grants to Abortionists April 18, 2018 (Cincinnati, OH): On August 3, 2017 the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (Judges Eugene Siler, Eric Clay, and Helene White) heard Case 1:16-cv-00539 Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio v. Lance Himes, at Potter Stewart Courthouse in Cincinnati,. Planned Parenthood of Ohio

Totus Tuus group at St. Margaret-St. John (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Totus Tuus (Totally Yours) is a summer Catholic youth program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic Faith through evangelization, catechesis, Christian witness and Eucharistic worship. Our week-long Parish Summer Catechetical Program assists parents and parishes in the evangelizing and catechizing of their youth by supplementing the work they

Public encouraged to ‘make a good day’ through personal acts of service PRICE HILL, CINCINNATI, OH – On Tuesday, April 17, Elder High School’s entire student body, faculty and staff will hold a Day of Service in honor of former teacher Mark Klusman who died in December after being struck