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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

Signs are often tricky and fuzzy. They’re not always such a good tool for helping you make a decision. Let’s be honest: we want shortcuts. We want God to do the hard work and make big decisions for us. Doing God’s will is the purpose of life, but that does

Sunday, September 20, 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

With a pandemic and societal unrest outside our windows, the anxiety surrounding an unplanned pregnancy is high. The abortion industry has made abortion more accessible from home. But local pro-life organizations are giving hope, support, and confidence to parents who didn’t feel ready to be parents when they first walked

by Gail Finke It all started at Old St. Mary’s, the archdiocese’s oldest church, located in what is now one of Cincinnati’s hottest urban neighborhoods. Albert Bloomfield was starting a choir to sing the Tridentine Latin Mass, which had been celebrated there for years without music. He wanted the choir

by Rebecca Sontag “We knew we wanted our part of the celebration to be a day of service,” said Sister Rita Sturwold, SNDdeN. And nothing could be a more fitting contribution from these women and men religious to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s bicentennial celebrations. When the first orders of sisters