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  Each year the St. Patrick statue at Holy Cross Immaculata is stolen by the Order of Ancient Hibernians, and will reappear during the St. Patrick Day’s Parade. Don’t worry, St. Patrick will return to his rightful place at Holy Cross after the parade.

The Catholic Telegraph Bucket List has three places to visit. So when you’re planning day trips, a great way to learn about the many great places and events to attend in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is to refer to The Catholic Telegraph Bucket List. Go: “Steal” St. Patrick in Mount

The Feast of the Epiphany was celebrated on January 8, 2017. Here are some pictures around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

Holy Cross – Immaculata Church in Mt. Adams, famous for the annual tradition of “praying the steps” on Good Friday, is a launching a new tradition for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Monday, Dec. 12. Parishioners have been invited to take luminaria, decorate each in honor of

Each year countless people come from all across the region to “pray the steps” at Holy Cross-Immaculata church in Mount Adams. The parish put out the following press release this week to assist those interested in participating in the experience. For Immediate Release March 23, 2016 On Good Friday, March

This story is from 2015. For this year’s information concerning praying the steps in 2016, click HERE or visit the Mass Times calendar.  On Friday, April 3, thousands of Cincinnati area residents will visit Holy Cross-Immaculata parish in Mt. Adams for the annual Good Friday Praying of the Steps. For

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Sometime in the 1870s, the traditional of “Praying the Steps” at Holy Cross-Immaculata Church began. It’s history is well known. In 1859 Archbishop John J. Purcell had the steps constructed to ease pilgrims ways as they came to pray for the completion of the

Thursday, September 16, 2010 CATHEDRAL DEANERY — As Holy Cross-Immaculata Church in Mt. Adams nears the end of its sesquicentennial jubilee as a parish, the parish celebrated a special Mass Sept. 12 to honor the 99 years that the Sisters of Charity devoted to the Catholic community of Mt. Adams.