Are you missing your biggest, best opportunity to share Christ’s love? This story first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition By Gail Finke Festival season is in full swing in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, where church festivals raise much-needed funds and provide fun for Catholics and non-Catholics alike. But
On Wednesday, April 11, 2018, spring finally arrived in all it’s glory. Driving down Beechmont Ave, car windows were down, radios/sound systems blaring, and the sun was shining: a great evening to be outdoors. At Immaculate Heart of Mary, the NET Ministries team was busy at work on their monthly
What is National Evangelization Teams (NET) Ministries? Each year, NET Ministries sends 175 Catholic young adults across the country divided into 16 teams to proclaim the Gospel to Catholic youth through retreat ministry. NET team members (a.k.a. NET missionaries) are powerful Catholic witnesses to Christ. Having conducted more than 32,000
Change is coming to NET Ministries in Cincinnati — the first NET Ministries hub in the United States. Ryan Lopez, who with wife Catherine, coordinated the local NET office, is departing to take a leadership position with the Minnesota-based Laboure Society, a ministry designed to assist people who want to discern
Staff Report NET Ministries, which has put on more than 300 retreats in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is continuing its mission of proclaiming the Gospel. On March 26, the NET team hosted a retreat for sixth through eighth grade students of St. John’s Catholic School in Colerain Township.
Staff Report Roughly 450 youth, 100 chaperones, 65 parents and 35 volunteers took part in “CHOSEN: Called to be More” at Good Shepherd Nov. 8. The four-and-a-half-hour youth rally included Mass, exposition, music and talks led by NET Ministries. Parents present attended a separate session designed just for them.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph NET Ministries, a popular youth evangelization outreach, has hosted retreats in this region before, but a new office located at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati headquarters has strengthened its presence. This year youth from the archdiocese are serving as NET missionaries around the country, while
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph NET Ministries opened the organization’s first regional office in Cincinnati July 1. The youth evangelization organization, which announced it would be opening a regional office here late last year, has been working in this archdiocese for years, hosting more than 50 retreats in 2013.