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Story & photo by M.D. Pitman Before every volleyball home game, Seton’s team goes to the school’s chapel to pray. They don’t pray for a win. They pray to become closer as teammates and to God and to be better versions of themselves. “That’s where we hold a lot of

St. Francis told his brothers to go to where the people gathered. In today’s world, that means sporting events. What a great place to evangelize! Father Casey takes you to GameDay when The Notre Dame Fighting Irish traveled to the University of Georgia to meet the Bulldogs.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU Why travel halfway around the world when there is plenty to worry about in our own backyard? Because experiencing the diversity of our Catholic faith and the mutual impact made through building relationships with our brothers and sisters in other cultures can be spiritually enriching and

Wow, what an adventure. I just got back from Michigan, where I spent a week with an apostolate called St. Paul Street Evangelization (“SPSE”), bringing the Gospel to absolute strangers. Me. I did that. Nicholas Hardesty, the most introverted guy you will ever meet, walked up to random people in

Each year, youth from across the Archdiocese of Cincinnati gather for a week retreat named Abide. This “full immersion” experience conference gives our young women and men an opportunity to learn what it means to be a missionary disciple of Jesus Christ. At the end of the gathering they journey

Lent is sort of like a reset button for our faith. We take this time to remove anything and everything that gets in our way of being disciples of Jesus Christ. As Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk reminded us at a 12:10 Mass at St. Louis several years ago that it’s a