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A Mother’s Love There are times when only a mother’s love Can understand our tears, Can soothe our disappoints And calm all of our fears. There are times when only a mother’s love Can share the joy we feel When something we’ve dreamed about Quite suddenly is real. There are

From EWTN News Nightly, May 6, 2020 Carson Kissell is a remarkable young man. Despite the fact he suffers from a very painful skin condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa, he always has a smile on his face and has great faith. Carson also broadcasts live on Facebook every day, praying the

McNicholas High School. (Courtesy Photo)
Archbishop McNicholas High School Archbishop McNicholas High School in Mt. Washington has a public memorial honoring military veterans between its two parking lots. The memorial is used by the American Legion for observances, and the school hosts an annual Veterans Day breakfast for area vets. 5 McNicholas alumni honored by

As Roger Bacon High School students adjust to the new reality of online learning and time away from their classmates, teachers and extracurricular activities, many Spartans are finding new ways to reach out to others and serve the community. When she discovered that many nursing homes were beginning to limit

Olivia Lucia Senior at Lehman High School
by Olivia Lucia Senior at Lehman High School Being a high school senior during the COVID-19 quarantine is frustrating, and not a lot of fun. As a senior, I was looking forward to spending my last few months of high school with my classmates whom I’ve grown with over the

by M.D. Pitman La Salle senior Michael Wergers knows what he wants to be when he grows up, but at 6-foot-3, he doesn’t have much actual growing to do. As graduating Lancers prepare to go off to college next year, he was waiting on acceptance letters in early April from

by Rebecca Sontag For nearly 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been at the forefront of battling pandemics and caring for its victims. COVID-19 is no different. The modern hospital as we know it is a direct result of Jesus’ imperative to the disciples to “heal the sick.” Even the

Father Mike Schmitz discusses there are four elements in the soil: 1. Teachings of the Apostles: Magisterial teaching of the Church, Sacred Scripture, and Tradition. 2. Communal Life (Fellowship): It’s not just me praying to Jesus. We need to share life somehow. 3. Breaking of the Bread: This refers to

by Mark Danis COVID-19 is waging war on humanity. Our individual responsibility to respond might cause some to recall a question from a young girl to her father in 1915, ironically, just before the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic. “Daddy, what did YOU do in the Great War?” Twenty years from

St. Joseph Orphanage’s Behavior Support Specialist, Willie Wright, packs bags of food alongside other education team members to be delivered to the homes of students.
by Eileen Connelly, OSU Teachers, therapists and staff members at St. Joseph Orphanage (SJO) have been responding to the COVID-19 crisis with above and beyond dedication and compassion. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati in 1829, SJO is one of the oldest child and family service agencies in