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Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr speaks at a rally for the 40 Days for Life campaign in Kettering, Ohio. (Courtesy Photo/Tom Dalrymple)
The spring 40 Days for Life campaign runs officially from Ash Wednesday (Feb. 10) to Palm Sunday (March 20), but it kicked off with a special events the preceding weekend in both Cincinnati and Dayton. During the 40 Days for Life vigil a prayerful presence is maintained from 7 a.m.

This Saturday, Feb. 6, the 40 Days for Life spring campaign will kick off in Cincinnati. The campaign runs officially from Ash Wednesday (Feb. 10) to Palm Sunday (March 20). Speakers at Saturday’s kickoff event will include Henry Flowers IV, the new director of the Life Issues Institute’s Protecting Black

Cold weather and threat of snow couldn’t deter more than 100 area residents from showing their support for the unborn on a snowy Friday afternoon. Pro-life supporters gathered Jan. 22 in front of the Planned Parenthood on Auburn Avenue in Cincinnati to mark the 44th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s

A major snow storm is expected to dump more than a foot of snow in the Washington D.C. area and in several places along the route many busses would take while returning to the region from the nation’s capital. As a result, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and Dioceses of Covington have

The following information, released by Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati, are known area events commemorating the Jan. 22 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Decision, which legalized abortion on-demand–the 43rd year of this tragic memorial. (Any later additional events will be posted on the Cincinnati Right to Life Area Events page). “Since 1973, over

On a recent Wednesday morning, a distraught woman arrived at the office of Birthright of Greater Cincinnati. After a rough start to the day that included a broken down car and missing credit card, the mother of five-month old twin boys found support and advice in the calming presence of

ARLINGTON, Va. (CNS) — When Kara Palladino lost a child through miscarriage about a year ago, she knew she wanted to bury the baby in a way that honored her Catholic faith. But after calling a long list of funeral homes and cemeteries, she couldn’t find any with a plan

The Office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has found new disturbing allegations against Planned Parenthood in the state. In concluding an investigation into whether or not Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in the state sold aborted baby parts, the AG office  said in a press release it found no evidence

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A priest who celebrates Mass every Friday morning on a sidewalk near the Planned Parenthood clinic targeted by a lone gunman Nov. 27 said the shooter’s actions were the antithesis of the pro-life cause. “We want the conversion of Planned Parenthood, not their destruction,” said Father Bill Carmody,

Father Frank Pavone of the organization Priests for Life joined students from Royalmont Academy in prayer Thursday afternoon, the feast of Pope St. John Paul II, near the Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Auburn Avenue in Cincinnati. Father Pavone, in Cincinnati as a guest of Royalmont Academy, prayed the rosary in English