Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr
Thousands visit for Catholic education conference; Pope Francis sends envoy Attendees at the 112th National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) convention in Cincinnati in early April honored two area educators for their contributions and ministry. At the dinner opening the week-long convention, Mayra Alza Wilson, coordinator of Latino outreach for Catholic
Throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on Easter Vigil, the church welcomed over 850 new members. Here’s a look at Easter Vigil at Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains.
In the beautiful words of the Exultet, jubilantly sung at the Easter Vigil: “This is the night when Christ broke the prison-bars of death and rose victorious from the underworld.” Easter, the feast of feasts, celebrates Christ’s saving victory over sin and death. This is too important to be confined
A gallery of photos from the March 2 Greater Cincinnati Catholic Women’s Conference. For our story, search “GCCWC.”
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr’s letter for March: “Repent and believe in the Gospel.” You may have heard this directive of Jesus pronounced as blessed ashes were placed on your forehead on Ash Wednesday. These few words, which were also part of the Gospel for the Second Week of Lent (Mark 1:15),
SEEK THE LORD by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr Christians from the earliest days have always defended the defenseless, bringing God’s love to the poor, the marginalized, and the vulnerable. No one is more vulnerable than a child in the womb. In America today, about one in five pregnancies end in
By Mark Pattison BALTIMORE (CNS) — The U.S. bishops approved the budget for their restricted and unrestricted funds for 2018 in a 125-4 vote, with three abstentions. Passage required a majority of members present. They also narrowly approved a 3 percent increase in the diocesan assessment for 2019 by a
Archbishop Schnurr: World Day of the Poor highlights need for Catholic Campaign for Human Development
My Dear Friends in Christ, On November 19, the Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time, Pope Francis is instituting a new tradition for our Church: a World Day of the Poor. In his inaugural message for this occasion, the Holy Father announced, “This new World Day should become a powerful appeal
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr spent more than an hour Monday answering questions from high school students from throughout the archdiocese to kick off Catholic Schools Week 2017. Students from 15 Catholic high schools had the opportunity to participate in the teleconference, which was broadcast from McNicholas High School in Cincinnati.