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Q: What are common fears about going to Confession?  A: People fear revealing things about themselves that may look them look bad or appear less than “nice.” They want to keep the mask on without ever having to reveal the dark things in their heart. They also fear the stigma that

Most parishes in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will be open for confession on Feb. 27 from 7-9 p.m., when “The Light is on for You” returns for the fifth year. If you have been away from the Church, or if you have been reluctant or unable to see a priest

St. Boniface Flowers around the grounds of the Church. (Greg Hartman/CT Photo)
Editor’s Note: The deacons of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are offering daily reflections and prayer guidance for Lenten observance. These will appear each day during Lent until Holy Week. April 16th Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Thought for the Day: But Mary Magdalene and the other Mary remained sitting there, facing

IHM’s Lenten speaker series will feature Jacob Popcak, cohost of the Son Rise Morning Show on Sacred Heart Radio. An award-winning artist and licensed counselor, he has given presentations for high school and college students all over North America and abroad, blending humor with sound theology. Come early for the parish Fish Fry

Annual Lenten meal served at the Fenmont. Carry-outs available. Call 290-4181 for more information. Features: Jim’s “Famous” Baked Fish—Mark’s “Fabulous” Fried Fish and Scrumptious Shrimp—John’s Tasty Cheese and Veggie Pizzas —Bill’s Marvelous Macaroni and Cheese—Gordon’s Fantastic French Fries—Special Sweet Potato Fries—Creamy Cole Slaw —Homemade desserts (Please let us know ahead

4 weeks ago, 28 days we began our Lenten Journey on Ash Wednesday March 1st.   Scripture Connection: Brothers and sisters: We are ambassadors for Christ, as if God were appealing through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake he made him

Talk three of four on “Lent & Life: A Journey of Conversion.” Talk theme: “Conversion: Be Holy as God is Holy” by PSusan Jenkins. Event includes Exposition, Adoration, more.

IHM’s Lenten speaker series will feature popular speaker Father Ethan Moore, parochial vicar of St. Peter Church in Huber Heights and the parishes of Old North Dayton. Come early for the parish Fish Fry (4:30 – 7 in the cafeteria), Rosary (6:25 in the church), Stations of the Cross (7 pm);

Fr. Tim Scheher, long-time professor at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West, will present a three-part series on readings from the Gospel of John used in the RCIA program. Final talk of three. March 22: “Lazarus Raised from the Dead”

“The Spcial Experience of the Eucharist: Living as the Beloved, Transformed and Sent” by Elizabeth Groppe, XU theology department.