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McNicholas High School. (Courtesy Photo)
Archbishop McNicholas High School Archbishop McNicholas High School in Mt. Washington has a public memorial honoring military veterans between its two parking lots. The memorial is used by the American Legion for observances, and the school hosts an annual Veterans Day breakfast for area vets. 5 McNicholas alumni honored by

by Gail Finke Mother Frances: Sainthood to come? 1868 Mother Frances visits Cincinnati + Covington 1934 Mother Frances declared Venerable 1972 Healing of Covington,KY, resident William Anness ruled not miraculous 1974 Venerable Frances is beatified 1989 Inexplicable healing of Cincinnati resident Thomas Siemers 2008 The cause for Ven. Frances’s canonization

St. Monica Is the mother of convert St. Augustine. She is the patron saint of alcoholics, conversion, wives and mothers. St. George Is the patron of farmers, soldiers, archers, equestrians, chivalry, skin diseases and shepherds. A triptych of the saint from the church fits exactly on the building’s only remaining undecorated

The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West forms laypeople and priests for ministry. The third oldest seminary in the U.S. and the oldest west of the Appalachian Mountains, it’s built of granite in the Lombard Romanesque style. I looked forward to every day I went to the

“I’ve been coming down here since the 1960s, and they’ve always had this rathskeller. It’s an old tradition in Germany. They needed someone new to run it, so I’ve done it for probably 20 years now. In Germany, the farmers would come to town and have beer after Mass and