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Cross the Bridge for LIfe
Thousands of Catholics from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the Diocese of Covington will come together for a family festival and a walk across the Purple People Bridge to celebrate the beautiful gift of human life, at all its stages, regardless of age, ability or disability. The 13th annual Cross

Sponsored by 20 pro-life organizations in Ohio and Northern Kentucky, including the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the Diocese of Covington, Cross the Bridge for Life is an annual celebration of life in all stages and at all ages. This year thousands of people (number not yet available) crossed the bridge

A man holds a Rosary during the 10th Annual Cincinnati Rosary Crusade on Fountain Square Saturday, October 8, 2016. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
By Gail Deibler Finke Whether you’re looking for an at-home event to attend in solidarity with the March for Life in Washington, D.C., or you want to become a more active witness for the dignity of life throughout the year, Greater Cincinnati offers many ongoing seasonal, and one-time pro-life events

All three 40 Days for Life Campaigns in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati began this week on Ash Wednesday, and two held kickoff rallies Sunday afternoon.

Staff Report The home of Deacon John Gerke and his wife, Colleen, was broken into by a pair of armed robbers in the early the morning Oct. 13. The Gerkes were unharmed, and the suspects are in police custody. Deacon Gerke is assigned to ministry at Holy Family church in

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Project Rachel, an outreach ministry of the archdiocesan Family and Respect Life Office, has been ministering to post-abortive women in this archdiocese for nearly 20 years. Its retreats have helped many women return to their faith by sharing with them the message of God’s

By Eileen Connelly, OSU There’s nothing like real-life experience to help young people prepare for the future and that’s exactly the opportunity students at DePaul Cristo Rey (DPCR) have through the high school’s unique Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP). Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, DPCR welcomed its