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Roman Catholics, Eastern Rite Catholics and Orthodox will gather together in prayer at an upcoming event organized by the One Church of Mercy Committee. The prayer service is scheduled for Saturday, March 10, at St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Catholic Church, 2530 Victory Pkwy., Cincinnati. It begins with welcoming reception

Members of Ursuline Academy's JSA chapter attend the opening ceremony for the 2018 JSA Winter Congress. (Courtesy Photo)
Cincinnati, OH – February 18, 2018: Twelve members of Ursuline Academy’s Junior State of America chapter attended the JSA Winter Congress held in Washington, D.C. February 16-18, 2018. The mission of JSA is to strengthen American democracy by educating and preparing high school students for life-long involvement and responsible leadership

The sixty seventh Annual Memorial Mass for the deceased friends of Ireland will be sung Sunday March 11 2018 in St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, Cincinnati at 11:00 a.m. Rev Jan Schmidt will celebrate Mass. Prior to the Mass, at 10:40 AM, the Friendly Sons of St Patrick Glee Club

Miamisburg, OH: Bishop Leibold School has been named by the Ohio Department of Education as an official provider of The Jon Peterson Special Needs (JPSN) Scholarship beginning July 1. This program provides scholarships to students in grades K-12 who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) from their district. Bishop Leibold is

Ad Altare Dei recipients at the 2018 Religious Emblems Ceremony (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
March 4, 2018: The Catholic Committee on Scouting held their Religious Emblems Ceremony at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. Bishop Joseph Binzer presided and during his address to the scouts told them the significance of March 4th: the day we march forth. Awards were given in the following categories: Light

Mercer County couple’s Catholic coloring books promote prayer By Walt Schaefer Tim and Mandy Hill have combined the beauty of Catholic art and a popular hobby to create an opportunity for reflection, meditation, evangelization, and enjoyment. Presently living in suburban Denver as Tim Hill completes a Masters of Arts degree

Their respective ministries have brought the immigration issue to the forefront for Sisters of Charity Tracy Kemme and Andrea Koverman, along with making it a very personal one. Sister Tracy has lived and worked at the El Paso-Juarez border volunteering at a shelter for migrants, been a member of the

On February 27, 2018. St. Ignatius Parish announced that Mr. Kevin Vance has accepted the position as the next principal of St. Ignatius School. Mr. Vance brings with him experience as a Catholic school principal and a strong background in meeting academic, spiritual, social, and emotional needs of students. Fr.

The Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) is a once-a-year outreach, when all our parishes, more than 200 strong, join together to support these ministries, doing more than one parish could alone. The goal for the 2018 CMA is $5 million, the same amount as last year. Your help is needed to

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati announced ambitious plans to build a new outreach center in Cincinnati’s West End and double the amount of financial support it provides to parish-based SVdP groups at a press conference Feb. 28. The new “Upward Spiral Comprehensive Campaign” will raise $12 million for