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In the Greater Cincinnati area, on Wednesday, September 5, severe storms caused damage throughout the area. On a warm morning on Thursday, September 6 many workers traveled into the central business district of Cincinnati. Many stopping off at local coffee shops, going to their many offices talking about the night

DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE CHURCH AND VICTIMS OF ABUSE FEAST OF THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS SCHEDULE OF PRAYER Friday, September 14, 2018 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place throughout the day except during the celebration of Mass. St. Peter in Chains Cathedral 325 West 8th

Deacon Joseph Coll A Mass of Christian Burial for Deacon Joseph Coll was celebrated July 21 at St. Columban Church in Loveland. Deacon Coll died July 9 in Jacksonville, Florida. He was ordained to the permanent diaconate in 1982. He had been at St. Columban for 42 years, 35 of

Pope Francis Intention for September Young People in Africa: That young people in Africa may have access to education and work in their own countries.

On Thursday, August 30, Archbishop Dennis Schnurr was interviewed on the morning show on Sacred Heart Radio 740 am. The Archbishop touched on many subjects that the church is dealing with. From the interview the Archbishop said, “I am continuing to hammer at this, the [McCarrick] file has to be

Men from Elder pray the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary. The Rosary was led by Fr. Anthony Brausch, Rector of Mt. St. Mary's Seminary (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
By Eileen Connelly, OSU Administrators, faculty, and students at two area high schools are moving forward and using the racial slurs shouted during a February basketball game as a teachable moment. The incident involved students from Elder High School’s cheering section taunting St. Xavier athletes.       In addition to

Couples marking their golden wedding anniversaries in 2018 celebrated in August with Masses in Cincinnati and Dayton. Cincinnati’s couples renewed their vows at Mass at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains.

By Steve Trosley David Kissell always has a smile on his face, but none so big as the one he displayed recently when the “One Faith, One Hope, One Love” effort registered $100 million in pledge payments having been paid to the campaign.    Kissell, director of the archdiocesan Stewardship

By Gail Finke While our summer Mary Garden photo contest showed you scores of home gardens dedicated to the Blessed Mother, one reader’s more ambitious project deserves special notice. Matthew Smeal, a member of Evendale Boy Scout Troop 598, created a Rosary Garden for St. Nicholas Academy and Our Lady

Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion role explained; more By Gail Finke The need to reprint a decades-old handbook for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHCs) gave the archdiocese’s Office of Divine Worship and Sacraments the chance to clarify a few issues that have arisen in the 30 years since its