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St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish

Updated August 29, 2019: During the weekend of July 27-28 it was announced at Masses that Father Geoff Drew, pastor of St. Ignatius Parish in Cincinnati, is on administrative leave. No further details were provided, which left many feeling frustrated. On Monday, July 29, parishioners attended a meeting at St.

August 19, 2019; Cincinnati, Ohio Today, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati learned that a Hamilton County Grand Jury returned a nine-count indictment against Fr. Geoff Drew stemming from alleged crimes during his time at St. Jude Parish, where he served as music director 1984-1999. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati was made aware

Today the Archdiocese of Cincinnati held a press conference to address Father Geoff Drew being placed on leave. The following relates the series of events that led to this course of action: • In 2013 and again in 2015, the central office of the archdiocese received concerns from St. Maximilian

On Saturday, June 15th, 2019, Father’s Day Weekend, from 8:15am to 2:15pm The Cincinnati Catholic Men’s Conference will be held at St. Maximillian Kolbe Parish. This year’s conference theme is “Being a Family Man.” Doors open at 8:15am. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit CincinnatiMensConference.com The featured speakers

The Cincinnati Men’s Conference will be held at St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish on June 15, 2019: A perfect half-day bonding experience for fathers and sons on Father’s Day weekend. This year’s theme is Being A Family Man. Early Bird ticket specials available now, which make the perfect Christmas gift for

Walt Schaefer poses for a photo with Teresa Nichols, a member of the Caring Like Karen Committee. (Courtesy Photo)
By Erin Schurenberg Inspired by caregiver Karen Mason, Patti Alderson founded the “Caring Like Karen” awards in 2012, with six categories of honor, each recognizing an outstanding caregiver who emulates the love and patience Mason showed in her lifetime. Mason came to care for Alderson’s elderly mother after losing her

By Walt Schaefer Cincinnati’s West End neighborhood is not known for its beauty, but the short life of Victoria Stoltz lives on at a two-family home on Dayton Street. And that’s beautiful.      A colorful mural with mosaic elements includes 16-year-old Victoria’s likeness, along with images of birds and

Booth Row at the festival (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
On June 9th through June 11th there were 10 Festivals throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The CT Crew was out and about at 6 of them. Today our final 2 stops, St. Maximilian Kolbe in Liberty Township and Assumption in Mount Healthy.

On Saturday, March 4th, 14 students from St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish in Liberty Township, Children’s Choir participated in the Southwest Ohio Chapter of Chorister’s Guild’s 31st Annual ChoralFest, at Sycamore Presbyterian.

As Paul Stanbery was composing “I Maximilian…”a piece in honor of the 75th anniversary of the martyrdom of St. Maximilian Kolbe, he felt an eerie sensation that he was being led to the various elements he used in the tribute. The composition made its debut Oct. 29 on the anniversary