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Sister Lucy Beischel, RSM (formerly Sister Mary Roderic) – 70 years A life-long resident of Cincinnati, Sister Lucy Beischelspent her first five years of ministry teaching elementary school. In 1958 she became librarian at Our Lady of Cincinnati College (Edgecliff College). In 1981 she became librarian at Mother of Mercy.

National Black Catholic History month, celebrated in November, provides the opportunity to honor the holy men and women who inspire the faithful to this day. That history traces far back to the Acts of the Apostles (8:26-40), when St. Philip the Deacon converted an educated, high-level Ethiopian official in charge

There are four productions in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Each venue will have limited seating [maximum]. General Admission – Free to the Public. There are no tickets being sold for these events. For additional information contact Deacon Royce Winters, rwinters@catholiccincinnati.org or 513.421.3131 Ext. 2640. THE PRODUCTION DATES: Saturday, November 3,

When the canonization ceremony for Blessed Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, is held in Rome on Oct. 14, Catholics in the archdiocese will be among those celebrating. Archbishop Romero, an outspoken advocate for the poor, was shot and killed March 24, 1980, as he celebrated Mass in a hospital

On Saturday, Nov 3, Tolton: From Slave to Priest is a new live theater production based on the life of Fr. Augustus Tolton, the first African American Catholic priest will be performed at the Cintas Center on the Xavier University Campus at 3:00 p.m. On Sunday, November 4, the production moves

A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated for Benedictine Sister Sr. Martha Feder on July 23, 2018 at St. Walburg Monastery Chapel. Sister Martha, 95, died July 14. She was a Benedictine Sister of St. Walburg Monastery for 74 years. A native of Latonia, Kentucky, Sister Martha served as an

from our June print issue: By Eileen Connelly, OSU Early in her tenure at Mount Notre Dame (MND), Sarah Ray discovered the joy of serving others. As she graduates, she’ll be carrying that joy into the future, continuing to put her faith into action and responding to those in need.

Calligrapher and illuminator Diane von Arx will speak on her work on the renowned St. John Bible at Xavier University Thursday, March 22. “She’s probably the most famous calligrapher in the country,” said University Library Director Ken Gibson. “We would love to have many people come – calligraphers, artists, medievalists,

La Salle High School in Mt. Airy celebrated its annual Veterans Appreciation Day Feb. 22. From the school: “Yesterday we hosted our annual Veteran Appreciation Day where we honor all of those that have served our country in the armed forces. More than 200 veterans attended the event spanning from WWII

$54 million multipurpose “HUB” will be a model of collegiate health Cincinnati (Dec. 11, 2017) – Xavier University and TriHealth, two long-time, faith-based organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life for all in the Cincinnati community, broke ground today on the Health United Building (HUB) on the Xavier campus.