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A first look at Our Lady of Peace Chapel By Gail Finke A tiny new chapel on Xavier University’s campus opened only days ago, but that’s in its present life. Before being moved to a spot at the end of XU’s academic mall, it was the site of decades of

Cincinnati, OH: August 2018 – After 6 months of national and local searching and after interviewing several candidates, the search committee and the Board of St. Rita School for the Deaf, made their recommendation to Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr. The Archbishop interviewed and has appointed Angela Frith as the President

On Tuesday of this week, a Pennsylvania Grand Jury released a report detailing the names of 301 priests who sexually abused over 1,000 minors over a 70-year period in that state. This report, coupled with the recent revelations regarding the former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, shocks, saddens, and angers Catholics everywhere,

CINCINNATI – The Board of Directors for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul approved the addition of three new members, effective Oct. 1, 2018, the start of the organization’s fiscal year. Joining the Board are: • Elaine Suess, President of Beyondbeing Executive Coaching. Elaine founded Beyondbeing in 2006 after

Deadline for fall classes at The Athenaeum of Ohio is August 21. Whether you are interested in earning a master’s degree or taking classes for spiritual enrichment, the Athenaeum is here to help you. We offer degree and non-degree programs, and day, evening, and weekend classes. Classes for the fall

Reverend Deepak Oswald D’Souza of the Diocese of Allahabad in India, appointed Parochial Vicar of St. Peter Parish, Huber Heights, and Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Holy Cross Parish, and St. Adalbert Parish, Dayton, effective June 30, 2018. Reverend Matthew Keller, C.PP.S., appointed Parochial Vicar of Emmanuel Parish, St.

By Gail Finke As a scorching summer burns to a close, thoughts turn from camps and concerts to school, fall sports, and programs organized around the academic year.      Summer youth programs at parishes, schools, and organizations – many that have long histories, others new and fast-growing – have

Niche.com released their rankings for Best Catholic High Schools in Ohio. Here’s how they have ranked our Archdiocese of Cincinnati High Schools. 1. Summit Country Day, Cincinnati 2. St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati 4. Ursuline Academy, Cincinnati 14. St. Ursula Academy, Cincinnati 16. Archbishop Alter High School, Kettering 21. Archbishop

By Walt Schaefer An oil painting on the wall of Ahmad Darouich’s Bond Hill home depicts a police officer, arm outstretched, one hand up, telling the viewer to stop.      It has a deeper meaning to Darouich, who came to the United States from Aleppo, Syria, 11 months ago.

UD's Immaculate Conception Chapel at sunset for Christmas at UD. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
DAYTON, Ohio — The Marianist Province of the United States is making a $1.5 million gift to elevate the present Father William J. Ferree Professor of Social Justice to an endowed chair and place an enduring stamp of Catholic Social Thought and Marianist character on the academic life of the