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Applications now being taken for all-expenses paid pilgrimage May 15-22 WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Military personnel, including the wounded, ill, and injured, are now invited to apply for an all-expenses-paid, round-trip journey to the Marian grotto and spring baths at Lourdes, France, during the 60th annual Pèlerinage Militaire International (PMI)—or “International Military

Pope Francis’s prayer intentions for January: Evangelization: Religious Minorities in Asia That Christians, and other religious minorities in Asian countries, may be able to practice their faith in full freedom.

Letters were delivered to Senator Rob Portman's Office (CT Photo/ E L Hubbard)
  The nine Catholic dioceses in the State of Ohio, in collaboration with other faith-based and advocacy groups, executed an advocacy effort in support of young immigrants on Monday, December 18, 2017, International Migrants Day. The effort was coordinated by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Catholic Social Action Office. Over 15,000

Archbishop Schnurr appointed Fr. Alexander McCullough as Pastor of Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Greenhills, St. Matthias Parish, Forest Park, and St. James of the Valley Parish, Wyoming, effective February 1, 2018 for a period of six years.         Archbishop Schnurr appointed Fr. Adam Puntel as

EWTN Christmas Schedule Saturday December 23, 2017 12:00 a.m. Father Spitzer’s Universe: Gospel and the Historicity of the Nativity 2:00 a.m. Christmas in Harvard Square: The Boys of St. Paul’s Choir 4:00 a.m. Savoring our Faith Christmas Special 5:30 a.m. Keep Christ in Christmas: A Catholics come home special presentation

The altar bathed in candlelight (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
While many in the Ohio Valley on an early Saturday morning were just awakening, a faith filled Old Saint Mary Parish awaited the Rorate Mass. I found it a moment in this Advent where darkness was interrupted by light. The Sunday readings have reflected that theme, along with being in the

The St. Xavier Board of Trustees, announced the appointment of Tim Reilly Class of ’76 as the next president of St. Xavier High School. He will join the school from St. Ignatius Loyola School, Cincinnati, where he currently serves as principal; he will officially assume his new duties beginning in

By Walt Schaefer Since 2003, St. John the Baptist Church in Harrison has had its own field of dreams. That’s when Father Edward Shine purchased 26 acres of former farmland near the intersection of New Haven and Carolina Trace Roads, preparing for parish growth in a part of far western

$54 million multipurpose “HUB” will be a model of collegiate health Cincinnati (Dec. 11, 2017) – Xavier University and TriHealth, two long-time, faith-based organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life for all in the Cincinnati community, broke ground today on the Health United Building (HUB) on the Xavier campus.

Eleven men publically declared their commitment to a program of formation for service to God and to the Catholic Church as priests on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Catholic Church, through Archbishop Dennis Schnurr, publically accepted the aspirants into the ranks of the candidates for Holy Orders.