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Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia, Nashville Tennessee Vocation Retreat Friday, November 8th through Sunday, November 10th For single, Catholic women, ages 17-30 Sister Peter Marie, O.P. . 615.256.0147; vocation@op-tn.org . 801 Dominican Drive . www.nashvilledominican.org ; www.facebook.com/dominicansistersofsaintcecilia Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist Vocation Discernment Retreat Saturday, November 9th

By Susie Bergman In North Star, OH, nestled on the border of Mercer and Darke Counties, a strong lineage of brotherly vocations continues to emerge. This one-church, one-stoplight town is home to only 229 residents, but many could argue that the Barga (pronounced Bar-gee) family makes up most of them.

By John Stegeman When 21-year-old math and secondary education major Aaron Wessman would clean the halls of the theology department at St. John’s University, a certain priest would often be in the way. Time after time, young man and the priest met in the hallways, and eventually, the seed of

By Rebecca Sontag The Lord in his teachings says, ‘Beg the harvest master. The harvest is great but the laborers are few.’ The people of this archdiocese have been begging the harvest master for approximately the last 10 years, and the Lord answers our prayers.”– Archbishop Dennis Schnurr For the

All God-given vocations are important. That is why God gives them! Our archdiocesan Prayer for Vocations specifically mentions the vocational call to a chaste single life “and faithful husbands and wives, who are a sign of Christ’s love for His Church.” The Vocations page on our archdiocesan website (catholiccincinnati.org/ministries-offices/vocations/) also

In the many years I’ve been an editor for Catholic publications, the way all the stories and columns in a given issue line up to support one another still never ceases to amaze me. Yes, some of that is planning and assigning particular stories, but often the stories find us

Father Earl Fernandes has been named Pastor of St. Ignatius Loyola in Monfort Heights. He has been a member of the Staff of the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, D.C. for the past three and a half years. Prior to that, from 2008-2016, he was the Dean of the Athenaeum of

By John Stegeman Becoming a diocesan priest is a calling that must be discerned by both the individual and a diocese If a student is accepted into seminary, he will have five to nine years of formation before priestly ordination. Even before that, however, an intensive process takes place designed

On Saturday, July 13, Sister Renée Kettering, RSM, professed perpetual vows with the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. She was born in Cincinnati and her parents Christina and Tim Kettering still reside there. Check out the pictures:

The newly elected Leadership Council of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati includes (from left) Sister Marge Kloos, SC, councilor; Sister Joanne Burrows, SC, councilor; Sister Monica Gundler, SC, councilor; Sister Teresa Dutcher, SC, councilor; and Sister Patricia Hayden, SC, president. (Courtesy Photo)
Delhi Township, Ohio – The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati celebrated the installation of their newly elected Leadership Team during liturgy Saturday, June 29, 2019, in the Immaculate Conception Chapel at the Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse. The team was elected during the 2019 Sisters of Charity Chapter, held March 31–April