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by Mark Danis Philippians 3:13; “But one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead. I press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” St. Paul’s challenge to “press toward the goal,” …

Simeon was a man blessed by God with a special promise. We do not know his age when God made this promise, nor do we know how long Simeon waited for its fulfillment. We don’t even know much about him, whether he was a priest, a lifelong laborer or a …

by Kary Ellen Berger Imagine staying in your home for 50 years. Certain smells and the feel of walking the halls would never be the same if you moved elsewhere. Pam Vissing graduated from McAuley High School, returned to complete her student teaching at her alma mater then taught for …

When sitting in chemistry class, many high school students lament, “When am I ever going to use this information?” To be fair, not everyone ends up using Bunsen burners regularly. However, everyone has to eat. A new program at McNicholas High School, first offered last year, blends science and sustenance. …

What does it mean to say the pope is infallible? Can any human truly be infallible? The doctrine of papal infallibility is rooted in the belief that the pope, as the Bishop of Rome and the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church, has been given a unique role by Jesus …

In the midst of rapidly changing social norms, the challenges of Catholic discipleship in the U.S. have become increasingly difficult and frustrating. Making matters worse, Catholics can be found on both sides of polarizing cultural and political issues, each thinking theirs is the only reasonable position for a Catholic to …

1) All Souls Day Mass in Fort Recovery A n All Souls Day Mass was held at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Fort Recovery before the sun rose on Nov. 2. Attendees were cold, but saw it as a beautiful sacrifice to make for the poor souls. 2) Creature Comforts …

The Serenelli Project, a prison re-entry apostolate based in Sedamsville, was awarded a $10,000 prize for winning the inaugural To the Heights Award, presented by American holding company MDKeller and the University of Notre Dame’s Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate. The award’s judges sought organizations that have a bold vision, …

Note: This article is part of an ongoing series on Pope St. John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body” (TOB). In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus taught, “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that every one who looks …

By Diego Lopez Marina ACI Prensa Staff, Jan 17, 2024 / 07:00 am In the constant search for spiritual growth and connection to the sacred in everyday life, discovering new ways to strengthen your Catholic faith can be transformative. Here are five ways that could renew your life of faith in …