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Highlights of what’s on this weeks Driving Home the Faith Monday, September 16th : Steve Bittner from the Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society explains why spreading cremated ashes is not a dignified way to deal with the remains of a loved one, and apologist Jimmy Akin begins a series on his intiriguing
After reading a book on will power, Fr. Mike discovered an important lesson when it comes to how we handle spiritual setbacks. So let’s not give up when we fall into sin, but keep our eyes on heaven and God’s grace and live accordingly.
Friday Night Football in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Week III Archbishop Alter Knights 14 vs. Belfry (KY) Pirates 0 Stephen T. Badin Rams 27 vs. Edgewood Cougars 0 Carroll Patriots 37 at Indianapolis Washington Continentals, (1-2) 12 Catholic Central Irish 0 at Mechanicsburg Indians 47 Chaminade Julienne Eagles 37 at Greenville Green
In Today’s Video, Father Casey looks at how social media can be a useful tool for evangelization. It can also spread hate and division. As Christians, we must be careful how we portray ourselves online. “Truth without charity is not truth.”
Story & photos by M.D. Pitman Becky and Gary Rogers are indelible parts of St. Lawrence in Price Hill, and stalwart in their dedication, not only to the parish, but to the children they’ve guided for two decades in the arts. The Rogers enter their 21st season directing the St.
The Catholic Spelunker. noun. 1. a column specializing in curious exploration of fun stuff and Catholic geekery 2. a source of helpful tools and resources for living a great life 3. a bunch of stuff Dominick Albano thinks is cool Ever clicked through to a YouTube video and suddenly found
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 – 7:30 pm CHANTICLEER The Grammy® award-winning male vocal ensemble, CHANTICLEER, will appear in concert on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at 7:30 PM. in Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral, 8th and Plums Streets, downtown Cincinnati. The Concert is presented as part of the Cathedral’s “Great Music
On Friday, August 24, 2018, the McNicholas Rockets hosted their first night game.
By Erin Schurenberg St. Xavier High School Aquabombers took home first place at the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) for the fifth consecutive year. This top ranking is the 11th overall for the St. Xavier swimming and diving team. Additionally, in February, the team captured a record 40th Ohio