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Sister of Mercy Victoria Vondenberger, director of the archdiocesan Tribunal Office was the recipient of the 2017 Role of Law Award at the annual convention of the Canon Law Society of America (CLSA), held Oct. 16-19 in Indianapolis. Each year the CLSA presents the award to a member in the

This January during his annual address to the Roman Rota, Pope Francis called on the Church to adopt a catechumenate model for marriage preparation, “I must repeat the need for a ‘new catechumenate’ in preparation for marriage … it is urgent to implement practically what was proposed in Familiaris Consortio,”

It was 11 o’clock at night in Las Vegas and Dr. Stephanie Streit was ready to go to bed. She was checking her twitter feed, and noticed a couple of tweets about shootings on the Strip. The U.S. Air Force major told her husband she thought she should probably head

Greetings Fellow Evangelizers/Missioners, On the occasion of the annual World Mission Day, Pope Francis reminds us that this day “gathers us around the person of Jesus, ‘The very first and greatest evangelizer’ who continually sends us forth to proclaim the Gospel of the love of God the Father in the

Dayton, OH- Elizabeth’s New Life Center announces a fund raising banquet with Senator Rick Santorum on Thursday, October 19th. Lunch is at 11:30 a.m., and dinner at 6:15 p.m. Registration is at 11:00 a.m., and 5:30 p.m.. The banquet will be hosted at A Learning Place in Piqua, OH. Prior

A parishioner kneels in prayer during the Feast of St. Bernard Mass and the closing of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary Year at St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church in Cincinnati Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
Growing parish celebrates in stone church built by parishioners Some 150 years ago, when St. Bernard Parish at Harrison Pike and Springdale Road was founded, the new parishioners looked across the pike to Taylor Creek where water cascaded over a stone creek bed. It took a lot of sweat and

“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