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  Men of the Archdiocese: Have you ever wondered if you might be called to be a Permanent Deacon in the Catholic Church? Wonder what a deacon does and what it takes to become a deacon? If so, please attend an informational meeting, along with your wife. The dates are:

Discerning vocation can be a daunting task, but the University of Dayton’s senior Chaminade Scholar Honor students met this challenge head-on in by hosting The Art of Being: What Does Vocation Really Mean? Through a vast array of interactive experiences within the conference, senior Chaminade Scholars demonstrated how faith, reason

For the past three years, the Children of Mary have spread love and reverence for the Eucharistic Lord through their ministry and presence in the archdiocese. In November, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr erected the semi-contemplative religious community as a Public Association of the Faithful. On Nov. 21, the archbishop offered

The Athenauem of Ohio is involved with the Cincinnati Gives Challenge, a friendly fundraising competition raising money for local nonprofit organizations. Right now they are in the Number 3 Spot. As of 9:15 a.m. on December 5 the gap is widening between second and third place and The Athenauem is

Marianist Sean Richard Downing, a native of Xenia, was ordained a priest on Oct. 8 at the Unviersity of Dayton’s Chapel of the Immaculate Conception. Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, M.Sp.S, of San Antonio presided. Marianist Provincial Father Martin Solma concelebrated the Mass at the chapel, which was overflowing with family, friends

Athenauem of Ohio – On Sunday, November 20 Bishop Joseph Binzer celebrated Mass in the seminary’s St. Gregory the Great Chapel and admitted 25 men as Candidates for the Order of Deacon: 21 for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and 4 for the Diocese of Covington. The Rite of Candidacy is

In the synoptic Gospels, Andrew is a Galilean fisherman grouped with his brother, Peter, and with James and John in the inner circle of Apostles; in John’s Gospel, he is the disciple of John the Baptist who is the first to follow Jesus and who brings his brother to the

From Left to Right: Father Benedict O’Cinnsealaigh, Christopher Komoroski, Jeremy Stubbs, David Carvajal Casal, Ryan Furlong, Bishop Emeritus Edward J. Slattery, Benson Lokidiriyo, Robert Healey, Andrew Reckers, Kirby Rust and Father Anthony Brausch. (Photo by E L Hubbard)
ATHENAUEM – “It is always a wonderful experience to see young men willing to embrace the vocation to the priesthood. They are the latest in a long line of faithful witnesses,” said Father Benedict O’Cinnsealaigh, president and rector. The installation to the Ministry of Acolyte took place in the Chapel of

Franciscan Postulants Tricia and Megan (Courtesy Photo)
One of the Franciscan Sisters’ of Christian Charity newest postulants is Tricia Oswald from Ohio. Recently, along with postulant, Megan Kugel, she answered questions from discerning women about her Franciscan calling, and the charism of her new congregation. What was it about the Franciscan Sisters that drew you? “What drew

Sister of Mercy Phuong Mai Dong smiles during her first profession ceremony. (Courtesy Photo)
Sister Phuong Mai Dong made her first profession of vows as a Sister of Mercy on Aug. 6 at Loyola University’s Ignatius Chapel in New Orleans with about 100 sisters, family members and friends attending. The ceremony took place in both English and Vietnamese, including a song presented by Sisters