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The three Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are the only angels named in Sacred Scripture and all three have important roles in the history of salvation. Saint Michael is the “Prince of the Heavenly Host,” the leader of all the angels. His name is Hebrew for “Who is like God?”

Sunday, September 27, 2020 6:00 a.m. Angelus with Pope Francis 8:00 a.m. Sunday Mass Noon Live from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The Most Rev. Wilton D. Gregory, Archbishop of Washington and Chairman of the National Shrine’s Board of Trustees, will be the principal celebrant

Father Casey: There are many people in the world that believe in “God.” And yet, there are more than a few definitions. As Christians, what do we mean when we say this?

Saints Cosmas and Damian were twins born to Christian parents in Arabia, in the third century. They lived in the region around the border between modern day Turkey and Syria. They were physicians who were renowned for their skill as well as their refusal to charge for their services. Their

By Eileen Connelly, OSU As the sun rose on Philadelphia Sept. 27, dozens of pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati arrived on several buses that departed from the Pilarczyk Center in Dayton the night before for the trip of a lifetime — to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis and

Thursday, September 24, 2020: Dominick Albano and Jennifer Schack interview Father Ethan Moore, Campus Ministry Director Thursday, September 17, 2020: Dominick Albano and Jennifer Schack interview David Kissell, Chief Development Officer, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Thursday, September 10, 2020: Dominick Albano and Jennifer Schack interview Wayne and Marianne Topp of Making

On Sept. 23, the Catholic Church remembers the Italian Franciscan priest St. Pio of Petrelcina, better known as “Padre Pio” and known for his suffering, humility and miracles. The man later known by these names was originally named Francesco Forgione, born to his parents Grazio and Maria in 1887. His

by Bonny Van When it comes to politics, Catholic leaders are encouraging the faithful to “Civilize It!” The initiative, developed in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati four years ago, is now taking on a national audience, thanks to a plug by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Tony Stieritz,

Saint Matthew, the first-century tax collector turned apostle who chronicled the life and ministry of Christ in his Gospel, is celebrated by the Church today, September 21. Although relatively little is known about the life of St. Matthew, the account he wrote of Christ’s ministry – traditionally considered to be