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By Gail Finke Elaborate Latin Masses at two historic Cincinnati churches this month topped off a sacred music retreat for 50 singers from around the country. Sponsored by the Cincinnati Oratory and its two parishes, the retreat featured Kevin Allen and Nicke Lemme, was coordinated by John Schauble, led by

VIA Catholic invites all youth ministry volunteers to a new event: a day-long formation retreat. Volunteers will have the opportunity to seek the face of Christ, while being equipped with practical tools for evangelization and discipleship. It aims to provide both spiritual and practical principles by which youth evangelization can be approached,

At Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center in Norwood. If you are interested in improving your prayer life and helping others with theirs, this retreat and training will prepares you to facilitate “Lord, Teach Me to Pray” (LTMTP) Ignatian prayer groups in a parish. If you simply want to learn more

April 7-9. Theme: Walking the Talk. What does our identity as baptized Christians mean for our images of God and self? Fee includes lodgings and meals.

Women in their high school junior year and older are invited to “Fearlessly Feminine: Living Life with Joyful Confidence,” a half-day retreat with Nashville women’s group His Own. Seating is limited, please respond by March 10 to Pam Moody at ryanpammoody@gmail.com. Day begins with Mass at 9 a.m. at St. Henry Church,

March 17-18.  “I don’t want to be a saint by halves! My God, I choose ALL!” Girls ages 10-13 from all parishes are invited to journey with Therese as she seeks and finds the God of Love. Mass, Adoration, activities, more. Bring a Bible and a sleeping bag! For more information

March 10-12 Theme: Walking the Talk. What does our identity as baptized Christians mean for our images of God and self? Fee includes lodgings and meals.

For boys 8 – 14. For information or to register, call Dog Mielke at (937) 710-2614.

March 3-5. Connect with other young adults exploring the presence of Christ in their lives at this retreat. Theme: “Who Do You Say I Am? The Jesus Retreat.” Cost includes lodging and meals. Call (859) 392-8118 for information.

For young adults ages 18 to 35, Theme: “The Flesh and the Spirit: Can Religion Really Satisfy My Heart?” The day will include intellectual formation, Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, and the opportunity for confession and spiritual direction. Retreat leader Father Nathan Cromley of Eagle Eye Ministries. For information write to Aurora Patag