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Eleven men publically declared their commitment to a program of formation for service to God and to the Catholic Church as priests on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Catholic Church, through Archbishop Dennis Schnurr, publically accepted the aspirants into the ranks of the candidates for Holy Orders.
Over 200 young adults from the greater Cincinnati area gathered for adoration, confession, praise, and worship on November 17 at St. Mary’s Church in Hyde Park. The Behold event was hosted by the Mount St. Mary’s seminarians and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Office of Young Adult Evangelization and Discipleship. Reflection
The director of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Tribunal Office, Sisters of Mercy Victoria Vondenberger, received the highest honor in the nation for people who work in the field of canon law when the Canon Law Society of America (CLSA) presented her with the 2017 Role of Law Award at its
National Vocation Awareness Week was held from November 5th through 12th this year. Here’s a video where clergy and religious reflect on how their love of God is lived out each day.
Canonical Name of order: Home Mission Sisters of America Province or division: United States Official abbreviation: GHMS What is the story of your order’s founding? The Glenmary Sisters were founded by Fr. William Howard Bishop in 1941. Their charism is to reach out and establish a Catholic presence in areas
After this the Lord appointed seventy-two others whom he sent ahead of him in pairs to every town and place he intended to visit. He said to them, “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his
The skies may have been leaden, but the light of what Archbishop Dennis Schnurr called an “historic event” shined bright on those gathered under a tent on in the Marian Courtyard of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West Nov. 2 as ground was broken for a new residence building.
A Statewide Day of Adoration for Vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life is set for Wednesday, November 8th. More than 30 local sites and parishes from across the state are joining in to pray for vocations all day. This will be a great opportunity to not only pray for vocations to
For a long time, Sister Mary Echo Perry had a sense that God was calling her to a life that consecrated her solely to God, but she resisted. After all, she was a convert to Catholicism who had been married and had an adult daughter. Being a Sister seemed impossible.