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The measure of a man often hinges on how he treats others. For 16-year-old Nathan Stelter, that measure is exactly 73 feet. As his Eagle Scout project, Stelter decided to construct 73 feet of shelving devoted to storing supplies for the most needy in our society – drug addicted newborns.

By Gail Finke While our summer Mary Garden photo contest showed you scores of home gardens dedicated to the Blessed Mother, one reader’s more ambitious project deserves special notice. Matthew Smeal, a member of Evendale Boy Scout Troop 598, created a Rosary Garden for St. Nicholas Academy and Our Lady

By Gail Finke After amassing everything needed for Mass or Eucharistic adoration but an altar, the archdiocese’s Office of Youth Evangelization staff members needed a place to put it all. Plastic tubs and bins just didn’t seem right for the chalices and bowls, thurible (incense holder), candelabras, monstrance, and other