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Story by John Stegeman • photos by Jeff Unroe Early on Aug. 4, a gunman killed nine people and wounded 30 other. Responding immediately, police shot and killed the shooter in Dayton’s Oregon Historic District. In the days before the shooting, however, it was a very different scene. Music drifted

At the regular Sunday evening Mass at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Father Satish Joseph said Mass for the victims of the Dayton shooting. (CT Photos/Jeff Unroe)

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, center, stands with members of the Ordination Class of 1979, during the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's annual Ordination Anniversasry Dinner at the Bergamo Center in Beavercreek, Ohio on Monday, May 6. Members of the class include: Front L-R Fathers Terry Schneider, Jerry Gardner, Jeff Kemper. Marc Sherlock, Jim Schutte, and Dave Lemkuhl. Back L-R Fathers Larry Tensi and Len Wenke. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
Celebrating the Class of 1959: 60 years Most Reverend Daniel E. Pilarczyk Reverend Eugene F. Vonderhaar Reverend John E. Wessling Celebrating the Class of 1969: 50 years Reverend George R. Schmitz Reverend James J. Walsh Celebrating the Class of 1979: 40 years Reverend Timothy S. Bunch Reverend Jerome J. Gardner

Press Release Father Thomas Wray, Parochial Vicar and Director of Religious Education at St. Margaret of York Parish in Loveland, has been named the Director of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis (OEC) for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, effective July 1, after a national search. He will succeed Ken Gleason,

Thursday, April 29, 2010 By Father Satish Joseph Here are three scenarios I present to you. First scenario: Sex-starved celibate clergy on the prowl, greedily eying children — or anyone — whom they can sexually exploit. Second scenario: Emotionally unaffected celibate men, holy priests in every sense of the word,

Thursday, March 19, 2009 By Mary Caffrey Knapke DAYTON DEANERY — Last fall, militant Hindu nationalists committed a rash of violent attacks on Christians within a remote and impoverished area of India, leaving an estimated 60 people dead and 50,000 displaced. More than 150 Christian churches were destroyed. Now, Father