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October 30, 2018 Dear Parishioners: The U.S. bishops are joining together in a commitment of prayer and reparation leading up to the bishops’ general assembly, where we will be making critical decisions in response to the clergy sexual abuse crisis. With our brother bishops across the nation, we will be

In the darkest hour when our Saviour was crucified, pilgrims pierce the darkness with votive candles. (Greg Hartman CT/Photo)
Today’s Video: How to pray during Holy Week. The unique prayer commitment Fr. Mike suggests in this video follows Jesus through all of his experiences—from suffering to celebration—in this the holiest week of the year.

St. Teresa Avila Bell Tower on Good Friday Morning. (Greg Hartman/CT Photo)
Do you take things back from God?  You know what I mean: you are praying your heart out for your son who struggles in school, you turn your troubled marriage over to God again and again, you lift up the chaos on the streets…only to grab it all right back

By Gail Finke In an increasingly secular age, people are increasingly suspicious of prayers. In some circles, saying “I’ll pray for you” is received as an insult or, at best, a meaningless wish of goodwill. Many secular politicians and celebrities openly mock others who say “our prayers are with” the

When you hear these words, Brent Spence Bridge, you immediately tense up. We’ve arrived at summer and the orange barrels have blossomed throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. They make ones live miserable. Seen on Interstate 75 Saturday: I-71 at Ohio River 85 minutes. (16 miles away). There’s a way to

March 24 and 25. Mark Danis, a secular Carmelite, will present “Listening to the Voice of God,” a two-day event about contemplative prayer in today’s busy world. Ticket includes Saturday lunch. Friday 7-8:30 pm, Saturday 10 am – 2 pm.

Bring your family for Evening Prayer, followed by pizza and a salad! All ages welcome — add this event to your family Lenten observances. Sisters Margie Niemer and Patti Zurich will lead. Please RSVP with number attending by March 17 to 812-933-6437. There is no fee but  freewill offering will

A contemplative prayer service developed by a unique community of monks in France, Taize prayer uses chants and other simple melodies. This candlelit prayer event will last approximately 45 minutes.

God of all nations, Father of the human family, we give you thanks for the freedom we exercise and the many blessings of democracy we enjoy in these United States of America. We ask for your protection and guidance for all who devote themselves to the common good, working for