Posts In Category

News

A Mass of Christian Burial For Sister of Mercy Clara Blankemeyer was celebrated Jan. 15 at McAuley Convent in College Hill. Sister Clara, 81, died Jan. 12.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Anne Elizabeth Feth was celebrated Jan. 17 in the St. Julie Chapel at the Mount Notre Dame Convent in Cincinnati.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Robert Wolfer was celebrated Jan. 17 at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Westwood. Auxiliary Bishop Joseph R. Binzer presided. Father Wolfer, 90, died Jan. 15.

Jesuit Father Louis Lipps, 91, who served as a spiritual and retreat director for 74 years, died Jan. 11 in Pontiac, Mich.

By John Stegeman (PHOTO GALLERY BELOW) MONTGOMERY — A crowd of roughly 600 people, led by Cincinnati auxiliary Bishop Joseph R. Binzer, turned out at Good Shepherd parish in Montgomery Thursday evening for a prayer service to send off the busloads of people from around the archdiocese headed to the

The National Prayer Vigil for Life is an all-night pro-life prayer vigil held on the eve of the March for Life each January. Over 20,000 pilgrims from across the nation pray through the night for an end to abortion and a greater respect for all human life. It is held

By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service  VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican launched a new “Pope App” on the eve of the release of the pope’s World Communications Day message, which is dedicated to social networks as important spaces for evangelization. The new app provides live streaming of papal events

La Salle High School confirmed that head coach Tom Grippa has resigned as head football coach. La Salle further announced it will begin a search for a new coach. The school’s video statement can be seen below. Cincinnati.com‘s Mike Dyer broke the news Tuesday afternoon that Grippa had stepped down

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — While applauding the European Court of Human Rights’ recognition of the right of a British airline employee to wear a cross on her uniform, the Vatican lamented the court’s denial of the full right of conscientious objection in other cases claiming religious discrimination in the United

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — As the Archdiocese of Los Angeles released church records on clergy sexual abuse, Cardinal Roger M. Mahony again apologized to abuse victims, saying he was naive about its impact on their lives. The cardinal, who retired as archbishop of Los Angeles in 2011, also said in