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Although we are still focused on the season of Lent, Easter will be here soon. You know what that means: it’s “open season” on the Resurrection. The History Channel will reveal a “secret Gospel” that contradicts Jesus’ rising from the dead. Atheists on Facebook will start posting memes about “Zombie

We’re halfway through Lent this Sunday, which is known as Laetare Sunday or Rejoice! The THREE things about this Sunday is in this video

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr’s letter for March: “Repent and believe in the Gospel.” You may have heard this directive of Jesus pronounced as blessed ashes were placed on your forehead on Ash Wednesday. These few words, which were also part of the Gospel for the Second Week of Lent (Mark 1:15),

Mercer County couple’s Catholic coloring books promote prayer By Walt Schaefer Tim and Mandy Hill have combined the beauty of Catholic art and a popular hobby to create an opportunity for reflection, meditation, evangelization, and enjoyment. Presently living in suburban Denver as Tim Hill completes a Masters of Arts degree

No need to head for the shore, delicious fish hot off the grill at Our Lord Christ the King Fish Fry (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Q: My understanding is that Catholics are to observe some form of penance every Friday during the year, even during Ordinary Time. So even though we’re allowed to eat meat on Fridays outside of Lent, there is an obligation for Catholics to do (or not do) something on these Fridays.

FPG! F = Fasting, P= Praying, G = Giving. So each morning when you wake up these next 40 days of lent think F P G and carry that throughout the day! Check out today’s video on Lent!  

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, along with Catholics around the world, will celebrate Ash Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent in the Catholic Church in preparation for Easter (that will fall on April 1 this year). This is the first time Ash Wednesday has coincided with

Staff Report Ash Wednesday is February 14, 2018. Below are some of the rules and regulations binding on Roman Catholics on Ash Wednesday and throughout the penitential season of Lent.

Q: My husband has not practiced the Catholic faith for 30 years. What does he need to do to return to the sacraments? A: Once baptized, a person is always a Christian. But as you note, it is possible to leave the practice of the faith for a time (or