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FALL THEOLOGY ON TAP CLIFTON You are invited to the 2018 Clifton Theology on Tap at Mecklenburg Gardens in the upstairs room. This year’s series will focus on the scriptures. Each week a different speaker will offer their personal experience and perspective, which we will then discuss while enjoying the

A religious community devoted to caring for the most needy elderly has much reason to celebrate.This Saturday October 20th, the Little Sisters of the Poor will mark the 150th anniversary of the community’s arrival in the United States. St. Paul’s Home for Aged in Clifton is the second home founded

Curious about what was on the minds of Cincinnati Catholics June 8, 1831? You can read an ode to spring by Barry Cornwall. And if you are curious about what a man named O’Quinn was doing running for Mayor of Pau, France, in 1861, just turn to page 6 of

St. Mary Hyde Park will host a 4-part series on Cincinnati’s Catholic History. Fr. David Endres, Dean of the Athenaeum and Professor of Church History and columnist for The Catholic Telegraph, will explore the history of our archdiocese as we approach the bicentennial. Fr. Endres’ multimedia presentations will explain how

Organization Kicks Off Annual Coat Drive on Monday, October 15, Aims to Provide 3,000 Coats This Year to Those in the Region in Need CINCINNATI – October 11, 2018 – The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is kicking off its 17th annual coat drive on Monday, Oct. 15, at

When the canonization ceremony for Blessed Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, is held in Rome on Oct. 14, Catholics in the archdiocese will be among those celebrating. Archbishop Romero, an outspoken advocate for the poor, was shot and killed March 24, 1980, as he celebrated Mass in a hospital

By Sharon Semanie If it takes a village to raise a child, 15 parishes within the Greater Miami Valley are paying it forward and making a difference in the lives of the young. They represent membership in the Christ Child Society (CCS) of Dayton, a vibrant organization dedicated to serving

Students in the Lourdes Classroom begin the morning with prayer. (Courtesy Photo)
The 20th anniversary of Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori will mark the success of developing a highly successful Catholic elementary school in the Montessori tradition. An Oct. 20 event will celebrate construction of a new building and renovation of the former Cure of Ars parish rectory into classroom space — testament

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati is joining several dioceses across the country to host an #iGiveCatholic Giving Day on Nov. 27. Participating parishes, schools,and Catholic non-profit organizations will have the opportunity to raise funds online for their own local needs. There is no cost to organizations to participate. This fundraising initiative

  The Mission of Religious That consecrated religious men and women may bestir themselves, and be present among the poor, the marginalized, and those who have no voice.