40 Days for Life
Although barred from performing surgical abortions after its license was not renewed, the Sharonville Women’s Med Center has remained open for many months and pro-life groups posited that the staff was seeing women for pre-abortion visits before surgical abortions at the Women’s Med Center in Kettering, and possibly for the initial
By Gail Finke On a chilly morning in November, more than 100 people assembled for a Eucharistic procession with Father Stephen Imbarrato, the first ever held at a 40 Days for Life Dayton prayer vigil. Most attendees were Catholic, but several of Dayton’s famously interfaith pro-life leaders came in solidarity.
by Gail Finke When the streetlight went dark before the end of the one-hour rally marking the opening of 40 Days for Life Cincinnati fall campaign, organizers passed out a few candles and continued in the darkness. 40 Days for Life co-founder and national president Shawn Carney joined more than
40 Days for Life Campaigns Begin today – founder Shawn Carney will speak at Cincinnati Kickoff Rally
The national 40 Days for Life fall prayer campaign begins today, with a special event at the Cincinnati location – 40 Days for Life president and co-founder Shawn Carney will speak at the kickoff rally in front of the Planned Parenthood abortion center in Mt. Auburn. The rally
By Gail Finke 40 Days for Life Spring prayer vigils in Cincinnati, Sharonville, and Dayton ended on Palm Sunday. This year the prayer vigil, which coincides with Lent, was held in 50 cities in Europe as well as in more than dozens of cities throughout North America. While the campaign
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
Seminarian Chris Geiger takes a shot against tough competition at Cardinal Pacelli. (Courtesy Photo/Susan Declercq) Staff Report Ordinarily, it wouldn’t be seen as positive news for a group of college-aged men to beat junior high students in a game of basketball, but when the Minor Prophets play, it is always
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph As thousands, including many from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, prepared to participate in the 2015 March for Life, roughly 100 residents of the area gathered to pray outside the Planned Parenthood location on Auburn Avenue in Cincinnati. Cincinnati Young Adults for Life had promoted
Enquirer columnist pens book about prominent nun Sister Rose Ann Fleming, SNDden, is a well known member of the Xavier University basketball community. Since she started XU’s academic advising program, every player that reached his final year of eligibility has graduated.