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An April 21 news release from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops reported that 548 men are slated to be ordained to the priesthood in the U.S. this year. That number is slightly down from 595 in 2015, but up from 477 in 2014. The same report that notes the total number

Dr. Scott Hahn, a former Protestant minister-turned Catholic apologist, author and speaker addressed seminarians and priests in a talk at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary April 15. “The most effective strategy to evangelize is to share the Gospel with joy. Enjoy being Catholic,” Hahn said enthusiastically to the crowd, which included Archbishop of

Sponsored Content The Franciscans of St. John the Baptist Province follow Jesus Christ, by following the example and life of St. Francis of Assisi, to proclaim the Gospel by Words and Actions. The Friars Minor and many Franciscan Brothers and Sisters, have all kept the spirit of St. Francis of

The world continues to be “hostile to the Gospel,” just as it was four centuries ago when St. John Ogilvie was martyred for his faith in Scotland, but continuing to witness to Christ will change the world, Pope Francis said on Thursday. This was the message of the Holy Father

run for the call
Once again this year, young adult groups from all around Cincinnati are coming together to put on a Square Dance in the City to support Run for the Call on Saturday, April 9th. This year, the dance will be held in Clifton from 6-11pm (Free Square dance lessons from 6-7pm) at Annunciation school and will feature

Young men (ages 13 through 18) and their fathers are invited to “Real Men, Real Faith: Father and Son Day of Service” at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Mount Washington on April 9. The Day of Service provides a unique opportunity for young men and their fathers to spend a fun,

This week friends and family of Sister of Charity Annina Morgan celebrated a century of blessings. A Sister of Charity of Cincinnati for 82 years, Sister Annina turned 100 years old on March 9. A couple of days before her 100th birthday, Sister Annina reflected on the past 82 years.

A friendly visit and conversation over tea between members of different faiths can help break down barriers. That’s what brought Bushra Shahid and Ashley Yaqoob to Salem Heights, the Dayton central house of the Sisters of the Precious Blood, on Feb. 25. Shahid and Yaqoob are members of the Fazle

Eight candidates took a step toward holy orders as they were installed to the Institution of Reader by the Most Reverend Joseph R. Binzer, Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati, during Mass in the Chapel of St. Gregory the Great February 20. A large crowd of parents and guests was present for

The Athenaeum of Ohio is shown in a 2013 file photo. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
A post to the institution’s website on Monday announced that Father David Endres will succeed Father Earl Fernandes as dean of the Athenaeum of Ohio and Mount St. Mary’s Seminary. “I am happy to announce that I am appointing Father David Endres as dean of the Athenaeum of Ohio and Mount