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Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in Chains, Sunday, April 25, 11:00 a.m. The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C.,, Sunday, April 25, 11:45 a.m. Cuarto Domingo de Pascua, The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C, Sunday April 25,

Mothers Club leaders, Cindy Sizemore and Kate Feldman, have done an outstanding job of adjusting traditions during COVID-19. The club has offered new social and spiritual opportunities to its members, while continuing to serve the St. Xavier High School (St. X) community. Mothers Club members created packets for each Freshman

The Archdiocese welcomed Seven newly ordained Deacons today. Deacon Chibueze Astegbulem Deacon Robert Hale Deacon Ethan Hoying Deacon Stephen Jones Deacon Jacob Lundle Deacon Uriel Santos Deacon Michael Willig Transitional deacons are seminary students in the process of becoming ordained priests. They serve as deacons for one year and are

Rooted in Twin Towers; Dayton’s Mission of Mary Cooperative by Kary Ellen Berger In the Twin Towers neighborhood of east Dayton lies a well-kept secret: the Mission of Mary Cooperative. Founded more than 10 years ago, the organization was created by recent University of Dayton (UD) graduates who wanted to

Open houses, shadow days and “a very positive buzz” surrounding McNicholas High School in Cincinnati are drawing students to the school in record numbers, according to Anne Jones, director of communications and marketing at McNicholas. The school’s current enrollment of 487 has seen a steady increase over the past year

Every day, Jennifer Hagood’s 5-year-old son, Ricole, says a prayer. “He doesn’t pray for toys. He prays for the people he loves,” she explained. “He sends everybody’s name up to God.” Hagood attributes her son’s concern for others to the solid foundation in both his education and faith-based values he

There are so many things to look forward to in May! The end of the school year, graduations, sports, Mother’s Day and – for second graders across the archdiocese – the reception of their First Holy Eucharist! Though our oldest is 15, we still remember the day Justin received his

by Gail Finke, illustrated by Emma Cassini Built of brick when most churches were wood frame, St. Mary was the first Catholic church in Piqua. St. Boniface, built for German immigrants, followed. Only blocks apart, the two are now part of the Piqua Pastoral Region and share a pastor, many

Karol Cardinal Wojtyla (future Pope John Paul II) • In late summer 1976, Karol Cardinal Wojtyla visited the U.S. for a Eucharistic Congress and lectured at several universities. He stopped in Cincinnati to meet with Archbishop Joseph Bernardin, who at that time was the president of the National Conference of