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What is Abide? Simply put Abide, through personal accompaniment, forms and commissions high school youth to root their lives in Christ through His Church, and to share this Christian joy with others as missionary disciples. Abide’s pinnacle experience presents a unique opportunity: to go into the world as a missionary

Liberty Township students embrace service for all grades, all year By Eileen Connelly, OSU Students at Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES) in Liberty Township have an incredible model of faith, compassion and service to those in need in their patron saint.  In November, Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio recognized

As St. Mary Parish in Piqua celebrates 175 years serving the Miami County community, younger parishioners are optimistic about a bright future. “More young families are moving back. A lot more are coming back to town,” said Melissa Galbreath, who with her husband, Patrick, returned from Louisville to their hometown

DAYTON, Ohio — Step aside, Alexander Hamilton. The University of Dayton will premiere a new musical about one of its own “founding fathers,” Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, who survived persecution during the French Revolution and started the Society of Mary in 1817. The University of Dayton will present the world

By Gail Finke  A Christian life for women is best centered on the sacraments and the example of Mary, four speakers told the sold-out crowd attending the Greater Cincinnati Catholic Women’s Conference (GCCWC) March 3.      The topics were as different as the speakers’ personalities. Theresa Tomeo’s pithy observations

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Archdiocese of Cincinnati will be taking up The Catholic Relief Services Collection on April 14 and 15. Your support of this collection serves Jesus in disguise in some of the most marginalized communities in our world. This national collection funds six Catholic agencies

Pope Francis released  third apostolic letter, “Rejoice and be Glad: On the Call to Holiness in the Contemporary World” (“Gaudete et exsultate“) Monday, April 9. The document urges Catholics to seek holiness and to avoid what the pope sees as two special temptations to error popular in modern thought. “My modest goal is to repropose the call to

  ADDED 4/6: ST. MARGARET OF YORK Our April print issue features the annual Divine Mercy Sunday celebration at St. Bartholomew Parish in Finneytown (Springfield Twp.) It has grown steadily for 15 years, but is not the only local celebration of this feast, which started in Poland but became a

Thirteen incarcerated women and men experienced the sense of hope and promise of new life that accompanies this season when they were welcomed into the Catholic Church during Easter Masses at three area prisons. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer presided at the joyous liturgies held at Lebanon Correctional Institution (LeCI), Warren

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Mass of Remembrance in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s Assassination will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 7:00 p.m. at the Church of the Resurrection – Bond Hill, 1619 California Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45237. The Most Rev. Joseph Binzer,