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Explore your Call An introductory Vocational Dinner and Discussion Wednesday, February 19, 2020: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Holy Cross Catholic Church, 1924 Leo St., Dayton 45404 All 18-35 year old men and women who are mildly curious or seriously discerning consecrated life are invited tinyurl.com/eycdayton Retreats at St. Cecilia

Front Row from L to R: Father Anthony Brausch, Father Mark Bredstege, Father Jeff Stegbauer, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, Father Andrew Hess, Father Alex Biryomumeisho; Back Row L to R, Father Ambrose Dobrozsi, Father Elias Mwesigye, Father Zach Cecil, Father Jedidiah Tritle, Father Christian Cone-Lombarte, and Bishop Joseph Binzer (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati joyfully celebrated the largest class of priests being ordained in 40 years. A full cathedral was on hand as the men were ordained to the priesthood for service to God and the Church. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated the Mass. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer concelebrated the

Father Bill Beuth, C.PP.S., sent this happy report from our Central American Mission: On December 3, the Feast of St. Francis Xavier, Lucas Tiul Coc, C.PP.S., was ordained a deacon in the parish of Santa Catalina Virgen y Martyr in La Tinta, Guatemala. He will now continue to minister there

Front Row: Sr. Luisa Bayate, Sr. Alma Lagberg, Sr. Anna Marie Covely Back Row: Sr. Vickie Griner, Sr. Mary Anthony Nelson, Sr. Dianne Short, Sr. Ann Bartko, Sr. Doris Gerke, Sr. Dianne Short, Sr. Rita Cheong and Sr. Mary Pia Malaboror
The Cincinnati Poor Clares have recently welcomed two of their Memphis Sisters to their community. “This has been a 14-month process with our Memphis Sisters, and we are blessed to have Sr. Alma and Sr. Anthony as part of our Cincinnati community. They are settling in and getting to know

It was the first day of classes at the Athenaeum of Ohio for the 2019-2020 Academic year. Here’s a look at our seminarians and faculty as we pray for them to have a blessed year!    

On Saturday, July 13, Sister Renée Kettering, RSM, professed perpetual vows with the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. She was born in Cincinnati and her parents Christina and Tim Kettering still reside there. Check out the pictures:

New council 2019 - Sisters Marla Gipson, Margo Young, Edna Hess, Patty Kremer and Ann Clark (Courtesy Photo)
DAYTON, Ohio — The Sisters of the Precious Blood have completed their 2019 Assembly, electing a new leadership team and setting directives for the future of the Congregation. Sister Edna Hess was elected president and Sister Patty Kremer vice president. The new Councilors are Sisters Ann Clark, Marla Gipson and

Panel members pose for a picture. From left are Sister of St. Joseph Truy Tran, Dominican Sister Mary Therese Perez, Sister of Mercy Amanda Carrier, and Sister of Charity Tracy Kemme. (Courtesy photo).
By Eileen Connelly, OSU What is God asking of us? How can we show God’s compassion, live out our charisms and continue to be a voice for others? How can our love for life shine? These were just a few of the questions brought to the table at a gathering

While The Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated Ordination on May 18, several other men graduated from The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mt St. Mary’s Seminary and are readying for their ordination. Looking forward to his May 25 ordination in Louisville, Deacon Kirby Rust is the son of Chuck and Beth Rust. He has

While The Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated Ordination on May 18, several other men graduated from The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mt St. Mary’s Seminary and are readying for their ordination. Deacon James Porter III will be ordained June 29 in Tulsa. He is the son of the late James Porter Jr. and