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Brother Joseph Haley OFM is remembered by many for his service at Roger Bacon High School, died Feb. 26, 2019 at St. Margaret Hall. Br. Joe, who spent most of his ministry in business and accounting work, was 75 years old and preparing to celebrate his 50th anniversary as a

In Today’s Video we look at December, a time of Beauty, Grace, and Joy. Take a look at some of the wonder that our parishes, schools, staff, and volunteers make this a true season of Faith, Hope, and Love. 200 years ago the song Stille Nacht (Silent Night) was first

Franciscan Brother Casey Cole will lead a two-night parish mission about where God is calling you. He will preach all weekend Masses, then present two talks on Monday and Tuesday evening.: Monday, 7pm: “We Are All Called” Tuesday, 7pm: “What Happens After Saying Yes to God” Click here for a

                            Franciscan friars have been “connected to the community” for more almost 175 years — and once again marched in the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade.

An indefatigable teacher and mentor, Father Donald Miller, OFM, died Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, at St. Margaret Hall in Cincinnati, Ohio. His work as Vocation Director for St. John the Baptist Province was widely respected throughout the Order of Friars Minor. Born on Jan. 29, 1945, Fr. Don was one

As a way to acknowledge the gift that religious brothers day are to the church, a new annual celebration was held for the first time on May 1, the feast of St. Joseph Worker. Titled Religious Brothers Day, it was organized by the Brothers Think Tank, a group of religious

By Gail Finke Friars were out in force for the crowded launch of Urban Artifact’s St. Anthony Quad Beer on Fat Tuesday. The brewery and pub in what was once the undercroft of St. Patrick Church in Northside hummed with the sounds of band Jazz Renaissance and talk from the

At Urban Artifacts in Northside, the old St. Patrick Church, the Franciscan’s celebrated with a brand new St. Anthony Quad Beer. For the original story, click here

Northside brewers brew wild yeast beer in former church, now pub By Gail Finke The long history of monks, friars, and beer will have a new incarnation this Lent. Urban Artifact, a Northside microbrewery that specializes in sour beers and beers brewed from wild yeast, debuts its new St. Anthony

Franciscan Father Jim Bok poses with a Jamaican child. (Courtesy Photo)
As a child, Franciscan Father Jim Bok said he “never” considered become a missionary. “Like many little boys back then, I used to ‘play priest’ with Necco Wafers. We had mission carnivals at school to raise money, but being a missionary was never in my hopes and dreams. I thought