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For those who have responsibility in economic matters. That economists may have the courage to reject any economy of exclusion and know how to open new paths.

By Gail Finke Young men in St. Remy Church, Russia, benefit from a tangible brotherhood. The parish group for high school boys, the Brotherhood of Virtue, meets monthly for activities such as kayaking and paintball, as well as for traditional youth group activities including prayer and service. Once a year,

With Reds Opening Day now moved to Good Friday, the team’s COO has a suggestion for Catholics frustrated by a second day known for extravagant eating and drinking coinciding a fast day (remember Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday?). “We’ve got a couple of religious holidays on Friday,”

Tenebrae (“shadows” or “darkness”) is a Holy Week service that is at least 1,000 years old. Originally held in after midnight but later held at a variety of times, Tenebrae would be sung each day of the Triduum in a church lit only by 15 candles. These were extinguished one

MASON, OH – Cincinnati’s Mason thrift store has been ranked number 3 among all thrift stores in Ohio by Best Things Ohio. Highlighting St. Vincent de Paul’s commitment to the community, Best Things Ohio says, St. Vincent de Paul “provides needed goods for the less fortunate in many Ohio communities

The Priests’ Personnel Office announces the following new assignments: BEGINNING APRIL 2, 2018 Reverend David Kobak, OFM, as Parochial Vicar of St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Monfort Heights (Cincinnati) BEGINNING JULY 1, 2018 Reverend Brian Phelps as Pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Centerville Reverend Edward Burns as Pastor of

On Tuesday, March 27, the Chrism Mass will take place at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral at 7 p.m., with Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr as celebrant. At the Chrism Mass, the archbishop is joined by the priests of the diocese. This Mass manifests the unity of the priests with their

By Gail Finke An OSU basketball standout who is now a religious sister spoke to Russia, Ohio, students and their families Sunday afternoon – and shot some hoops with them in the Russia High School gym. The former Sarah Schulze, now Sister Mary Xavier (of the Sisters of St. Francis

There will be a third member of the Badin High School guidance department starting this week … and she will belong to the whole school. Rudy, a black multigenerational Australian labradoodle therapy dog, will be a welcome presence at Badin as she becomes a valuable member of the Badin Family.

Editor, CEO, area civic leader receives lifetime achievement award  By Walt Schaefer William R. Burleigh, one of Cincinnati’s most esteemed journalists, was honored in February with the Salesian Guild’s Lifetime Achievement Award during the Catholic  organization’s annual meeting.       Burleigh served a chief executive officer, president and chairman of