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by Lindsay Braud For the first time in its 80-year history, the North American Province (NAP) of the Comboni Missionaries has elected an African as its leader. Father Ruffino Ezama, originally from Arua, Uganda, began his three-year term as provincial superior in January 2020. On a bright, cool January afternoon,

In Today’s Video we look at December, last year in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Our crew went to St. Francis Seraph’s live Nativity, Moerlein Center’s Naitvity displays,  Lessons and Carols at the Athenaeum, The Rorate Mass at Old St. Mary’s, The Christmas Gift store at St. Vincent DePaul Society, The

Guardian Angels School (GA), located in Mt. Washington on the east side of Cincinnati, was abuzz the morning of Sept. 27. Buses lined the school’s front entrance as students walked out of their classrooms, wearing white GA t-shirts. Students were bound for locations across the city and, in some cases,

Festival season is winding down in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, where only ONE festival is scheduled for the month of October – Taste of Mission at the Comboni Mission Center in Anderson Township. The Comboni Missionaries are celebration 150 years of mission, so expect extra festivities at this year’s festival, a

Fr. Andrew Bwalya was a young man living in Zambia when he first met the Comboni Missionaries. He was inspired by the dedication and work of these missionaries. They rented a house in the village to live among the people they were serving. They learned the local language. They truly

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  Bishop Macram Max Gassis, a Comboni Missionary once proposed as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize, visited the archdiocese Feb. 15-17 to discuss his work as a human rights advocate in his home country of Sudan. His time in Cincinnati included a

Thursday, June 4, 2009 By Carmen M. Hubbard ST. FRANCIS DE SALES DEANERY — The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati and the Comboni Missionaries recently co-sponsored a photo exhibit featuring people of the Congo to help break the silence of atrocities that continue in the war-torn country.