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Fans who donate to annual food drive on June 22 and 23 receive a free Reds ticket St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Reds, WLWT, and 700WLW are partnering to “Strike Out Hunger” across Greater Cincinnati by hosting a food donation drive when the Reds play the Chicago

With Reds Opening Day now moved to Good Friday, the team’s COO has a suggestion for Catholics frustrated by a second day known for extravagant eating and drinking coinciding a fast day (remember Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday?). “We’ve got a couple of religious holidays on Friday,”

By Walt Schaefer Missionaries, the Cincinnati Reds, the Venezuelan Air Force. A number of improbable things came together in 1990 to create Davey Concepción Field in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. • Cincinnatian Mike Gable, his wife, Kathy, and their four young sons had been assigned to serve as lay Maryknoll missioners in

According to the parade lineup posted at Findlay Market Parade, there were 191 entries in the Findlay Market Cincinnati Reds Opening Day parade April 4 that kicked off the Cincinnati Reds’ season. “The Findlay Market Parade is so much a part of Cincinnati,” said Franciscan Brother Tim Sucher, “and the friars are so much

StirIntoFlame.com, an evangelization outreach site sponsored by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, frequently shares timely and engaging content. With April 4 being Opening Day for the Cincinnati Reds, they’ve shared a blog post titled “A Spiritual Reflection for the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day.” Thousands of people will come together on Opening Day

Staff Report About 40 members of the St. Maximilian Kolbe Children’s Choir took to the field at Great American Ballpark Sunday May 31, marking the second-straight year the choir has performed at a Cincinnati Reds’ game. The children’s choir, directed by Mary Ella Wielgos, sang the Star Spangled Banner before receiving

Staff Report For the second consecutive year, the Serra Club of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Reds made discount tickets available to scores of altar servers and sacristans as a way of saying thanks for their service. This year participating servers and sacristans attended the April 29 game at Great American

Staff Report DePaul Cristo Rey High School in Cincinnati has been experiencing a year of firsts. The school’s first graduating class will receive diplomas May 31 (and 100 percent of them have been accepted to college). The basketball team had its first successful season. Now the school has had its

Staff Report Enjoy these suggested family life activities for the month of April (and late March) Holy Week 2015: As a family celebrate Holy Week at your local parish as well as partake in some great traditions in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Each day have the family plan a morning

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  Bradley Barnes recalls the youth ministers who inspired him when he was a child and in his teenage years. Now he hopes to do the same for the young people at Guardian Angels Parish in Mt. Washington, where he has served as coordinator